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In SDNY 2 Charged With 1989 Murder In Brooklyn Cold Case With Death Penalty On Table

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 20 –  A murder thirty years ago in Brooklyn was the subject of a presentment on November 20 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court. William Skinner faces the possibility of the federal death penalty; his co-defendant Luis Merced does not because he was 17 on the date of the murder, February 10, 1989.    Despite Skinner's lawyer arguing he should be released on bail because the government in the first 1990 trial has only one witness, SDNY Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn ordered both held over. The government has already sought a protective order to protect new witnesses. The case is US v. Merced, et al, 19-cr-832 (Ramos).


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