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Vernon Forrest Murder Trial Finally Begins Jury Selection

By Edward Chaykovsky

According to Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta, jury selection began for the trial of DeMario Ware, one of three men charged in the killing of former two division champion Vernon Forrest. On July 26, 2009, Forrest, 38-years-old, had stopped to put air in his car’s tires at a Whitehall Street convenience store in Atlanta. He was confronted by an armed robber, but the boxer produced his own gun and chased the man for a short distance. 

While Forrest was walking back to his car, another man in the group walked up and shot the boxer in the back and took the Forrest’s gold and diamond "4X World Champion" ring and a Rolex watch.

Fulton County prosecutors are seeking a sentence of life in prison without parole for Ware. Also charged in the case were Ware’s alleged accomplices, Jquante Crews and Charman Sinkfield. Authorities have said Sinkfield was the triggerman in Forrest’s death.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 08-09-2011

[QUOTE=edgarg;10963885]I think you're right, that ALL present and involved in a crime are adjudges as being guilty.But with the slimy kind of lawyers we have, whose only aim is to subvert real justice (never mind that they say that all…

Comment by fastblack on 08-09-2011

why even have a trial just eliminate the trash and do society a favor. save some money and get rid of the scum quickly. Just a sad day.

Comment by STRUGG on 08-09-2011

Damn it took this long......................smh

Comment by Ring Leader on 08-09-2011

[QUOTE=LegendOfLink;10964250]You watch too many movies National, I know people behind bars and its not like how you portray it.[/QUOTE] you are thinking of JAILS, they different than prisons, prison is for the big time criminals doing hard time, of course…

Comment by uoykcuf on 08-09-2011

You watch too many movies National, I've known people who were behind bars and its not like how you portray it.

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