Original title: Chinese students killed in the United States prosecutors concealed their families reached a "crime reduction agreement"
In January 16, 2016, Jiang Yue, who was studying in the United States, and his boyfriend were driving a red light while driving. Holly Davis, 32, fired several shots across the glass toward Jiang Yue, who was driving. The 19 year old Jiang Yue was sent to hospital and died. At that time, police said that Davies would be charged with first-degree murder, but in February this year, the prosecutor did not tell the victim's family, with the gunman to reach a two - level murder agreement. This means that the penalty will be reduced from life imprisonment or even death penalty to 10-25 years' imprisonment. Recently, Jiang Yue's family went to the United States to protest against judicial injustice, but the judge refused to withdraw the "plea agreement" at the hearing in June 12th. Prosecutors may even be convicted of "racial discrimination" by jury and do not convict Davies as a pretext for reducing crime.
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