A new set of charges have been announced in the murder of a US Marine that took place earlier this year.
38-year-old Alvaro Larrama, a former security guard charged with fatally stabbing 23-year-old Marine Daniel Martinez in March, pleaded not guilty to his alleged crimes.
It was revealed that after the stabbing, Larrama’s co-workers took him into the bar’s restroom, where the guard then changed closed and washed his hands before making his escape.
Now, one of the employees -a woman- will be charged with being an accessory to the killing.
“We intend to learn everything Sons of Boston did in hiring the man who stabbed Daniel,” said Thomas Flaws, the Martinez family’s attorney. “Did they look into his background? Did they train him? Did they, as the city of Boston says, allow him to work the door with a weapon?”
Prior to his death, Martinez had planned to enroll at Columbia College.
According to FOX32, the bar where the stabbing took place -known as the Sons of Boston bar- has had its liquor license revoked.
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