Tuesday, April 10, 2007

update on the baker's dozen attack

nothing new really. those 'accused' pleaded NOT GUILTY. of course there are tons of witnesses and many scars. we'll see how this all turns out

Two charged in Yale singers attack plead not guilty

(San Franciso-AP) _ The two men charged with a New Year's Day assault on a group of a Yale University a cappella singers have pleaded not guilty.
Richard Aicardi and Brian Dwyer appeared in San Francisco Superior Court Monday, where Dwyer entered his plea. Aicardi pleaded not guilty last month. Aicardi and Dwyer face assault and battery charges stemming from what police said was an attack on an all-male a cappella group called the Baker's Dozen after a New Year's Eve party.
Witnesses at the time said the trouble started after the 16 Ivy League vocalists sang "The Star Spangled Banner." Authorities say one of the singers, Evan Gogel, suffered a concussion after being repeatedly kicked by Aicardi, Dwyer and others while he was on the ground. Aicardi was also charged with punching Yale student William Bailey as he tried to get away. ...........

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