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Ku's family wants justice for son's death

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - In a statement released by the family of Yunmo James Ku they are asking the Attorney General's Office to ensure his death does not go unpunished in order to bring justice and meaning to the senseless murder and moreso to protect others from being hurt by the responsible person. Ku died Friday night from injuries he sustained from an assault that allegedly took place at the Sing-a-Song Cafe in Harmon more than one week ago.

Jimmy Chin Song is accused of beating Ku after an argument ensued between the two men in the parking lot. Ku's family is asking anyone with information about the incident and persons involved in the murder to please come forward to the Guam Police Department, the AG's Office or to their family attorney, Douglas Moylan.

Song, posted $50,000 bail late Friday afternoon and will have to submit his passport today.

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