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Jimmy Chin Song indicted for death of Yunmo Ku

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Jimmy Chin Song, who posted $50,000 cash bail for the assault of 27-year-old Yunmo Ku, has been indicted by a Superior Court grand jury. A true bill was returned this afternoon against Song, who now faces a charge of manslaughter as a 1st degree felony and aggravated assault as a 3rd degree felony. 

Song is accused of assaulting Ku outside the Sing-A Song Café in Harmon on June 18. Ku was initially knocked unconscious at the time of the incident. A day later, however, his condition worsened and he was deemed brain dead. 

Ku was taken off life support a week ago.

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