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Clifton DeQuan Elliott was 16 when he was arrested for his role in the fatal shooting of Eric Forrester, a Southwest High School honor student during home burglary in April 2010.
Elliott (left) and an accomplice blamed eachother for the death of Forrester (below).
But now, nearly three years later, Elliott is 19 and facing 30 years in prison for the crime.
That's the penalty that came down Monday following Elliott's guilty plea.
Mitch Mitchell covered the sentencing and his this report.
Posted at 10:53 PM in Murder | Permalink
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