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New Witness Comes Forward In Murder Case

Tags: Michael Kuhlman, Michael Kuhlman, murder, poker, shooting.
Posted on 13 February 2013 by "T".

Michael Kuhlman, 36, was shot and killed in his home in Saginaw Township, USA in May 2012 while hosting a poker party. One man was charged in the case, 24-year-old Quintel West, but on Monday the trial was delayed after the defence attorney claimed to have found a witness that could help her client.

West (picture) is accused of have killed Michael Kuhlman at his home in early morning hours of May 30. Kuhlman and 8 friends were playing poker in his home when witnesses say that more than 1 person entered the home. Kuhlman was killed and another person was injured. According to a witness, Kuhlman had purchased cocaine from West before the home invasion.

Now, almost 9 months after the shooting, a new witness has come forward - claiming that he/she could provide an alibi for West.

ABC 12 ? WJRT ? Flint, MI

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3 comments on "New Witness Comes Forward In Murder Case"

 Fakiry13/02/2013 11:35:58 GMT
Looks like that, if he isn't accused of one thing (murder), he will be from another (drug traffic). It won't be easy for him to get away from this... the truth is someone died. The friends may have been called to testify on this too. How will it be about that, isn't it illegal to play poker at the garage in USA?
 hoodi42013/02/2013 16:53:06 GMT
Poker is not illegal in the US, only taking a rake. I actually hosted a family poker game this past friday. No one was shot or injured. Big Smile
 Fakiry14/02/2013 11:58:05 GMT
hoodi420, are you sure the dead man’s friends won’t have to clarify how were they playing? Being at a garage with friends playing poker and smelling coke and court will believe they were playing for fun, not involving real money?

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