The South Capitol Street Massacre: A Look Back on the Road to Conviction

Over eight days in spring 2010, five people under the age of 20 were shot and killed. This spring, the five men accused in those shootings were found guilty, four of them of first-degree murder and one of second-degree murder. A sixth pleaded guilty to five counts of murder and two counts of conspiracy, becoming a key witness for the prosecution.

In this feature curration, Homicide Watch looks back on the road to conviction in the South Capitol Street Massacre.


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