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In Drug Robbery In The Bronx One Defendant Stabbed As Second Watched Himself Detained in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 14 –  Two defendants charged with Hobbs Act robbery were presented late on November 14 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York's Magistrate Court.

    Ronald Soriano's Federal Defender told Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker that Soriano had been stabbed in the hand and therefore could not sign his financial affidavit.

   Jose Recio-Rondon retained his own lawyer, Rudy Velez of 930 Grand Concourse in The Bronx, with his own money. He is the subject of Paragraph 11a of the Complaint, which ends" SORIANO hit SOI-1 with a pistol and CC-1 stabbed SOI-1 with a knife, while RECIO-RONDON watch RECIO-RONDON. Fn: SOI-1 had audio recording equipment on her person during this incident. Due to a technical malfunction, the recording device did not capture any audio during the attack."

  So it's a comedy of errors, or not a comedy: Recio-Rondon watching himself, while the attempted audio recording failed.

  Both defendants were detained on consent.  The case is US v. Soriana and Recio-Rondon, 19-mj-10753 (Parker).


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