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CrimeSentencing Day For Bronx Teen Convicted Of Stabbing Classmate To Death, Wounding Another

15:30  10 september  2019
15:30  10 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A Bronx teen convicted of stabbing one classmate to death and wounding another faces sentencing today.

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Abel Cedeno was found guilty in July of first-degree manslaughter, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

Prosecutors said he stabbed 15-year-old Matthew McCree to death in September 2017 when a fight broke out during history class at the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation in the West Farms section.

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He also stabbed 16-year-old Ariane Laboy, who survived.

“I’m grateful. I’m just so happy that I got justice for my son,” McCree’s mother, Louna Dennis, said after Cedeno was convicted.

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Throughout the trial, Cedeno adamantly maintained that he was protecting himself after being systematically bullied, saying, “it was psychological abuse for being gay” and he feared for his life.

“The Department of Education has blood on its hands and needs now to look at the schools and safety of students,” said his lawyer, Sanford Rubinstein.

The case prompted increased pressure for schools to use metal detectors and more rigorous reporting of bullying.

Both victims’ families have filed civil lawsuits against the Department of Education and spoke out after Cedeno was found guilty.

“We are going to continue to fight for justice and fight to correct the wrongs,” attorney Matthew Blit said.

“God is good, and justice has prevailed,” said Laboy’s mother.

Cedeno faces up to 50 years in prison during his sentencing today.

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Tyler Flach is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 16-year-old Khaseen Morris. Police said Morris was stabbed in the chest Monday during a prearranged fight outside a strip mall in Oceanside. A 17-year-old was also injured. Investigators believe the brawl was over a girl. “He didn’t deserve to go out like this,’” Morris’ sister, Keyanna Morris, told CBS2. Morris’ family said he was new to Oceanside and excited to start his senior year, where he quickly made friends. “Everyone loved him, and he loved everyone,” she said. “He was amazing.

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