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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Orange County jury has convicted an Asian street gang member of murdering a woman and attempting to murder six others

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Orange County jury has convicted an Asian street gang member of murdering a woman and attempting to murder six others during a shooting in a crowded cafe.

Stephenson Choi Kim of San Gabriel was found guilty on Monday of one count of murder, six counts of attempted murder and one count of street terrorism. Kim was also found guilty of a number of other multiple sentencing enhancements.

The penalty phase of the trial is expected to begin on Wednesday.

Prosecutors said Kim and several members of his gang went to Cypress café in March 2004 with the intent to fight with a rival gang.

Six co-defendants who face the same charges as him are due in court March 25. They face potential life sentences if convicted.

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