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Charges have finally been filed in the brutal murder of Donald Giusti last year in Lewiston, Maine, a once quiet town which has since become a hotbed for gang violence after nearly two decades of refugee resettlement.
Somalis began migrating to Maine in the early 2000's due to the "low crime rates and good educational opportunities."
From Sun Journal, "Police: Teen charged with manslaughter says he threw rock during fatal fight":
A local teen who told police he threw a rock into a crowd during a fight last summer that struck the head of a man who later died denied a manslaughter charge Thursday.
In addition to Knurunziza, a 13-year-old boy and a 23-year-old man, both of Lewiston, were arrested early Thursday in downtown Lewiston in the June 2018 beating death of Donald G. Giusti near Kennedy Park. The two were charged with misdemeanor assault. The teens were taken to Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland.Read the actual police report if you want the real scoop:
A witness said they smashed his head with a brick, "which caused him to fall to the ground," then the "the Somali and Congolese group 'stomped' him for about 10 seconds."
Taxpayers, who paid to resettle all these migrants, are now also on track to pay for these accused killers' legal defenses:
In the courtroom Thursday, Knurunziza sat next to his father, his hair braided and pulled back. He wore a blue-and-black windbreaker and faded jeans. An interpreter translated English to Lingala, a Bantu language. Three other members of his family were also seated in the courtroom.Lewiston Democratic Mayor Kristen Cloutier released this pathetic statement:
"I would like to extend my thanks to the Lewiston Police Department, the Maine State Police, and the State Attorney General's Office for conducting a thorough investigation into the events that resulted in the death of Donald Giusti. This has been a long and complicated investigation, and it is my sincere hope that its conclusion will help bring closure to the members of the Giusti family and allow our Lewiston community to begin the process of healing and reconciliation.Hopefully she can find someone to translate that to Lingala.
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