October 19, 2006
Defendant Receives Life Sentence For Movie Theater Shooting
Larue Graves, arrested for last year's shooting of Sheldon Flowers in the lobby of a West Homestead, Pa., theater that was showing rapper 50 Cent's film "Get Rich or Die Tryin'", has been convicted of the crime, and sentenced to life in prison. The theater's management initially thought that the film, which had been criticized for its depiction of violence, had some link to the incident. Graves' attorney intends to appeal.
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