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Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Francisco Demoscoso, an alleged high-ranking member of the Latin Kings


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Two Plainfield men are convicted of stabbing man outside nightclub | NJ.com: "Francisco Demoscoso, an alleged high-ranking member of the Latin Kings, and Jorge Acosta, a reported member, were found guilty, after four hours of deliberations Friday, of attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapons offenses, said Union County Prosecutor Theodore Romankow.The stabbing of a 22-year-old Plainfield man occurred outside the Chez Marie nightclub on Jan. 26, 2008, after the victim had an altercation with his assailants, said Assistant Union County Prosecutor Joshua McMahon. When the victim, who was not identified, ran from the club, Demoscoso and Acosta chased him, McMahon said. While Acosta attacked him, Demoscoso repeatedly stabbed him, the assistant prosecutor said. He said they left the man in the street for dead, but a good Samaritan flagged down a passing police car as the victim pleaded 'don't let me die.'
The victim was airlifted to a local hospital and survived the attack after extensive surgery, McMahon said."


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