Suspected Northridge killer to stand trial

By Steve Angeles, ABS-CBN North America Bureau

August 1, 2013

SAN FERNANDO, California–Preliminary hearings for the Laotian man accused of killing 4, including 3 Filipinos has wrapped up. A superior court judge has ordered 31-year-old Ka Pasasouk to stand trial in the December 2012 shooting deaths of Amanda Ghossein, Robert Calabia, Jojo Navales and Jennifer Kim, after ruling there was sufficient evidence to prosecute him.

He has been charged with multiple criminal counts including murder, assault and felony firearm possession.

Pasasouk, who had been convicted of multiple felonies since 2004 is believed to have shot the four people at a boarding house in Northridge California on December 2nd of last year, before being arrested in Las Vegas the day after. Prosecutors will decide later if they will seek the death penalty. He is due back in court later this month.

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  • jorge buesa
    2 August 2013 at 3:13 pm - Reply

    They should give 31 year-old Ka Pasasouk the death penalty, if he did the killing of the 4 people, a animal should be put to death !