Chinese student’s father demands fair punishment for his daughter murdering

Date: 14:33, 11-06-2018.

Beijing. June 11. Silkroadnews - The father of a 19-year-old Chinese student who was killed in the US demanded the killer to be served right, China Plus reports.
Jiang Yong, who arrived in the United States from China several days ago, told reporters that he was shocked and outraged by the plea agreement the local attorney’s office has offered the American woman charged with first degree murder in the death of his daughter, Jiang Yue, in the state of Arizona in January 2016, the report reads.
According to the new agreement, 30-year-old Holly Davis faces imprisonment for 25 years and a payment of up to $250,000 in exchange for pleading guilty for second-degree murder and lifting all other charges.
Initially Davis was charged with 14 criminal counts, including first-degree murder, aggravated assault, violation of public order and threats. Davis did not plead guilty to all counts at the initial hearing in February 2016 and in February this year entered into a plea agreement.
The plea agreement has not yet been approved by the judge, and the hearing is scheduled for next week. Murder of the first degree would mean for Davis a life sentence or even a death sentence.
Jiang Yong demanded to restore justice and serve Davis right. Daniel Deng, founder of the Deng Law Center, who provides legal assistance to the Jiang family, said the killing was clearly an intentional act and the charge of second-degree murder is not a punitive punishment for Davis. Jiang Yue, who came to study in the United States on an exchange program and was a second-year student at the University of Arizona in the state capital of Phoenix, died in hospital cause of gunshot wounds being shot by Davis.
The tragedy occurred when Jiang traveled to the nearby city of Tempe. Davis crashed into Jiang’s car, then walked over and opened fire. Jiang tried to leave, but crashed into another car, which at that time was carrying a family of five. Davis left the crime scene, but was later arrested. Reportedly, earlier she wrote a note to her boyfriend saying she would soon be told about in the news releases.

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