|Published:||Apr 27, 2010 11:05 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Apr 27, 2010 11:05 PM EDT|
LEE COUNTY, Fla. - A judge is considering whether to toss out a plea agreement in the case of Paul Nunes. Nunes is one of the ten people accused of involvement in the murder of two Cape Coral teens, who were apparently killed by members of the so-called "Cash Feenz" gang.
Nunes had initially agreed to a plea deal, under which he'd serve forty years in prison in exchange for his testimony against other defendants in the case. Nunes now wants to go to trial.
This has been the topic of a two-day hearing. The matter is now under review by Judge Thomas Reese.
Fourteen-year-old Jeffrey and his 18-year-old cousin Alexis Sosa were murdered in October 2006. Members of the "Cash Feenz gang" allegedly tortured and shot the boys, before lighting their remains in fire inside their car.
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