Tam Voong was not supposed to survive the night he was beaten, bound, stripped, stabbed in the neck and kicked into the Schuylkill River. Yet the year-old took the witness stand Tuesday in Philadelphia and described the night his two friends lost their lives. He said he used a submerged rock to cut his wrist ties and crawled up the riverbank on Kelly Drive to get help.
In November, Jiverly A. Wong walked into an employment center in downtown Binghamton. He had been laid off from his job at a vacuum cleaner plant, and he needed help applying for unemployment benefits.
After the San Bernardino shootings on Dec. Gabrielle Giffords, a survivor of the Jan. Among the others on the list, Asian Americans were on both sides of the barrel, as shooters or victims, in at least nine of the noteworthy shootings since How soon we forget April 16,when Seung-hui Cho, a year-old Virginia Tech senior, went on a rampage killing 32 and injuring
A gun-obsessed Vietnamese immigrant named Jiverly Voong has been ID'd as the shooter in the media and local news reports, although late Friday there was some confusion and clarification about his name, which may be Jiverly Wong :. Updated p. The New York Times has now identified the alleged shooter as Jiverly Wong, who used the alias Jiverly Voong, according to law-enforcement officials.
The first time he feared for his son's sanity was in the fall of Sprinkled into their father-son conversation was terror from the mouth of a year-old man. Wong told his father someone was trying to kill him.
Voong, whose age has been given as 23 and 19, testified at a preliminary hearing as the victim of an Aug. He pointed to Henry M. Phan tried to break the windshield of his car with the same hammer he used to beat his head and face, while Le punched and kicked him and announced that they were going to abduct him, Voong said.
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