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Prosecution continues case in Lopez-Orozco trial

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Six men and six women are currently hearing testimony in Fourth District Court at the Elmore County courthouse (above) in the triple-murder case against Jorge Lopez-Orazco, who is alleged to have killed his girlfriend and two of her children in 2002.
Witnesses tried to recall details of events that occurred more than a decade before as Elmore County Prosecutor Kristina Schindele and deputy prosecutor Lee Fisher continued to present their case last week against Jorge Alberto Lopez-Orozco.

He is charged with the 2002 murders of Rebecca 'Becky'Rameriz, 4-year-old Ricardo Rameriz and 2-year-old Miguel Rameriz.

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Why do we waste good money on trials like this? Oh Ya to keep public defenders in business. How much has this man cost the county the last ten years. Put him back on the street and let her family take care of business.

-- Posted by gmoney on Mon, Nov 5, 2012, at 4:45 PM

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