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Hartford Jury Takes Two Hours To Convict Man In 2013 Murder

Hartford Jury Takes Two Hours To Convict Man In 2013 Murder

HARTFORD — A Superior Court jury took about two hours Monday to convict a Hartford man of aiding his brother in the murder of a man who was shot and killed in the parking lot of Jumoke Academy at Milner at 104 Vine St. two summers ago. Quan Soyini, 39, was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder and being an accessory to murder. He faces up to 80 years in prison when Judge Hunchu Kwak sentences him Sept. 11. Kunta Soyini, 36, Quan Soyini's brother, is serving a 35-year prison term for shooting and killing Chimar Gordon, 25, on July 10, 2013. Quan Soyini, who sold marijuana on Enfield Street, had been robbed by Chimar Gordon about a month before the murder, prosecutor John...

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