The second of two California brothers convicted of the Thanksgiving killings of three Oakland family members has been sentenced to life in prison.
An Oakland man was sentenced Monday to three consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole for fatally shooting three in-laws at an apartment complex on Thanksgiving Day 2006.
Two Oakland brothers were convicted Tuesday of three counts of first-degree murder and other charges for killing their brother’s wife and two of her family members on Thanksgiving Day 2006 in what a prosecutor said was a misguided act of revenge.
A judge on Thursday barred a man accused of fatally shooting three in-laws at their Oakland apartment on Thanksgiving Day 2006 from his own trial unless he agrees not to disrupt court proceedings anymore.
A man accused of fatally shooting three in-laws at their Oakland apartment on Thanksgiving Day 2006 can no longer represent himself because he has repeatedly engaged in misconduct in front of jurors, a judge ruled Wednesday.
A witness in a triple-murder trial testified Monday that an in-law interrupted his family’s Thanksgiving Day dinner at their home in Oakland in 2006 by firing a hail of bullets that struck his brother and mother.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the trial of two brothers accused in the Thanksgiving Day massacre of three in-laws at the family’s Oakland apartment in 2006.