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Thursday, 24 June 2010

3 gang members admit guilt in Asbury Park deaths | | Asbury Park Press

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3 gang members admit guilt in Asbury Park deaths | | Asbury Park Press: "member of the Bloods street gang man admitted he fatally shot a 66-year-old Asbury Park man inside his home, while two of the defendant's fellow gang members pleaded guilty to charges connected to the death of a Vietnam War veteran who was killed by a stray bullet.

Shamar Johnson, 21, Benjamin Fortune, 24, and Kysheem Redding, 25, all of Asbury Park, entered their guilty pleas Tuesday before state Superior Court Judge Ira E. Kreizman.
'This office is committed to continuing its strong efforts to stop violent criminal enterprises from operating within Monmouth County,' Monmouth County Prosecutor Luis Valentin said.
The three men were indicted with three others last year on racketeering and other charges after authorities said they uncovered a scheme by members of the Double ii set of the Bloods to dominate rival gang members and instill a sense of fear in the community."

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