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Guyanese firebomber faces possible life sentence in NY
2012-01-08 17:59:46 | (0 Comments)
United States (US) prosecutors say that a Guyanese-born man who went on a New Year’s Day firebombing spree faces a maximum sentence of life in prison on charges that include committing arson as a hate crime.
Ray Lazier Lengend, 40, was arraigned at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, where he is undergoing psychiatric evaluation, via a video feed into Queens Criminal Court.
Prosecutors said Lengend tossed flaming bottles at four buildings in the Jamaica section of Queens, New York, including two houses of worship. A fifth bottle was tossed at his brother-in-law’s Long Island home.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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