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Men who shot USC Chinese students plead not guilty

07-19-2012 07:34 BJT

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The two men charged with shooting two Chinese graduate students near the University of Southern California have pleaded not guilty.

The long-delayed arraignment of 20-year-old Bryan Barnes and 19-year-old Javier Bolden has cleared the way for further proceedings in the murder case.

The men are charged with the April 11th shooting of engineering students Qu Ming and Wu Ying in a car a mile from campus. Barnes and Bolden are also charged with attempted murder in unrelated attacks. Prosecutors believe the killings took place during a robbery.

This combination photo made from undated file photos released by the Los Angeles Police
Department on April 13 shows shooting victims Ming Qu, left, and Ying Wu. The USC Chinese
graduate students were shot to death near the campus.

USC students stand in silence April 18 outside the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles after a
memorial service for Ming Qu and Yung Wu, engineering students from China who were shot to
death while sitting in their parked car near the campus April 11.




Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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