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Oct 20, 2010

Jury finds Ted Armstrong guilty of Manslaughter

Ted Armstrong

Ted Armstrong’s second trial for the murder of Jerome Longsworth did not produce a conviction for murder but for manslaughter. On July fourteenth, 2006, Longsworth was stabbed with a scissors after he was attacked by Armstrong in Hattieville Village.  The attack was as a result of the deceased intervening in a fight between Armstrong and his sister, Rosita. The first trial was held in December of 2009, but was aborted after a police witness made a prejudicial statement during his testimony. The judge stopped the case and ordered a retrial. Today before Justice Herbert Lord, a jury of seven women and five men deliberated for four hours before reaching the guilty verdict for Manslaughter. Armstrong will be sentenced on Friday, October twenty ninth.

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3 Responses for “Jury finds Ted Armstrong guilty of Manslaughter”

  1. Earl Grey says:


    BUILD THAT PRISON FARM in TOLEDO……… They learn to feed themselves and the rest of society.

    I don’t want to pay to feed these bums…….. SEND THEM TO THE PRISON FARM.

  2. rod says:

    hang all of the murderers in the country hang them all

  3. Edith says:

    I hope his sentencing is appropriate in regards to the crime he committed.

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