Rome court to rule on two Americans accused of fatally stabbing police officer

Rome court to rule on two Americans accused of fatally stabbing police officer

The Guardian

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Jury to start deliberations on Wednesday with prosecutor demanding students get life sentence

The fate of two American students accused of killing an Italian police officer will be decided by a Rome court this week in a case being closely watched in Italy.

Finnegan Lee Elder, 21, and Gabriel Christian Natale-Hjorth, 20, both from California, were in Rome on holiday when Mario Cerciello Rega was fatally stabbed on a street in the Italian capital in July 2019.

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