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    Thursday, 28 September 2017

    New York teen who choked his mother’s ex-boyfriend to death after seeing him beat her, has manslaughter charges dropped

    Update: New York teen who choked his mother?s ex-boyfriend to death after seeing him beat her, has manslaughter charges dropped
    The charges leveled against the New York teenager who choked his mother’s abusive ex-boyfriend to death after seeing him beat her, has been dropped.
    Luis Moux, 18, a football player at Grand Street Campus High School was charged with manslaughter for strangling 43-year-old Stanley Washington to death after he saw him beating his mother at their University Avenue apartment in August. (Read the previous post here)
    NY Daily News report that Moux told the authorities that he held his mother's ex-boyfriend in a chokehold for two minutes before he “fell asleep.”
    At a courtroom on Monday, a Bronx grand jury declined to indict Luis for choking his mum's abusive ex-boyfriend to death.
    Moux’s attorney, Walter Fields in his decision said: “It was clear that Luis didn’t do anything wrong. He testified before the grand jury and his story didn’t change a bit.'
    'He’s going to move on with his life. When you are an innocent man, you just want to move on with your life,” Fields added.
    When Luis arrest was made last month, more than 20 people including friends, relatives, teammates carrying jerseys, his principal and coach came out in support for him
    An online change.org petition calling for the dismissal of charges also garnered more than 23,000 signatures.

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