Thursday, February 25, 2010

Putting the nails in his coffin

This does not bode well for the young Mr. Estrada.

Estrada bragged of wealth before Barrios killing, witness says
By Craig Kapitan - Express-News 
VICTORIA — A month after turning 18, Joe Estrada Jr. walked up to the front office at Clark High School and signed the papers required to quit.

“What are you going to do with yourself now that you're a dropout?” Sgt. Monica Adams, a campus officer, recalled an administrator asking Estrada as he left the school a final time.

“He said he dropped out because his grandparents were rich,” Adams told jurors Wednesday as prosecutors continued to call witnesses in the punishment phase of his capital murder trial. “(He said) they owned a bunch of hotels and they were going to buy him a Ferrari or a Mercedes.”

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