Tessa Majors Death Video – The dad of Tessa Majors, the Barnard College understudy who was cut to death, separated in tears before the young person who conceded in his little girl’s homicide Thursday.
Luchiano Lewis, one of the teenagers charged in the 2019 homicide of Barnard understudy Tessa Majors, was condemned Thursday to 9 years to life in jail, CBS New York reports. Lewis, who was charged as a grown-up, conceded in September to second-degree murder and first-degree theft.
Majors was 18 when she was lethally wounded during an endeavored theft in New York City’s Morningside Park. Three teens, including the then-14-year-old Lewis, were blamed for partaking in the theft that prompted her passing.
He likewise let the court know that he didn’t realize Majors had been wounded until he saw feathers emerge from her coat — and said he didn’t know she kicked the bucket until he saw the news the following day.
Weaver has argued not liable. The other young person present was condemned last year in the wake of confessing to theft in the primary degree.
During the condemning hearing, a lawyer for Majors’ family conveyed an assertion on the injury brought about by her passing and by the continuous legal actions.