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An alleged gang leader suspected of aiding the man convicted of the 2008 murders of a father and his two sons on a San Francisco street was arrested Monday in North Carolina, authorities said. Wilfredo "Flaco" Reyesruano , 31, tried to climb out of a
An informant told the FBI in 2006 that Edwin Ramos had killed a gang rival in the Mission District, records show, raising questions about why Ramos wasn't taken off the streets before his infamous slaying of a man and his two sons in San Francisco in
Edwin Ramos didn't take responsibility Monday for the 2008 murders of a San Francisco man and his two sons. But as he heard that he would spend the rest of his life in prison, the gang member said he longed for a chance to change the past. Ramos, 25,
The woman whose husband and two sons were shot to death in their car on a San Francisco street in 2008 spoke directly Monday to the gang member convicted of their murders, telling him of the "unimaginable" pain her family has been forced to endure. "
The lone survivor of a 2008 traffic shooting that killed his father and two brothers tearfully testified that the alleged gang member on trial for the triple murders committed the crimes alone. Andrew Bologna broke down several times on the witness
San Francisco, CA (AP) -- Jury selection is scheduled to start in a long-awaited triple murder trial of an illegal immigrant accused of fatally shooting a man and his two sons in traffic nearly four years ago. Edwin Ramos is suspected of opening fire
May 2011 by The Guardsman Online Administrator The Guardsman As the 2012 election season begins to roar, battle lines are appearing around one of this nation's most misleading and entrenched third rails: immigration, and the dangerous rhetoric from
Examiner Staff Writer Tony Bologna, along with his sons Michael and Matthew, were shot to death in their car in the Excelsior district in June 2008. (Courtesy photo) One of San Francisco's most notorious murder cases in recent years the 2008 slaying
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report Thursday, which has some dramatic information that might surprise you. According to the San Francisco Examiner, the GAO Report shows that California's illegal alien prison population has
A deep and abiding sense of loss has a Bay Area woman wondering when the man accused of killing three of her loved ones will finally be brought to trial. Tony Bologna and two of his sons were shot and killed in San Francisco two years ago Tuesday.