Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Killer of 3 Pinoys in LA gets death penalty

The convicted killer of four people including three Filipinos in a boarding home in Northridge, Los Angeles, in 2012 was sentenced to death on Friday, a report on the Daily News said.
Ka Pasasouk, 34, was convicted in November for killing Teofilo Navales, Robert Calabia, Amanda Ghossein and Jennifer Kim on December 2, 2012.
separate report on Northridge-Chatsworth Patch, citing Deputy District Attorney Dan Akemon, said the killings amounted to "a robbery gone wrong." The victims were all shot to death.
The Daily News report said Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler ordered that Pasasouk be "put to death within the walls of San Quentin State Prison."
Pasasouk, who the defense said was a victim of abuse as a child growing up in a refugee camp in Thailand, showed no visible reaction during the hearing, the report said.
The defense had requested mercy for Pasasouk, who they said has an intelligence level that is "near retardation." —KBK, GMA News

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