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Trial: no evidence for Angoco's involvement

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The government presented its final witnesses today in the 1994 murder trial against Mark Angoco, accused of murdering Darwin Datuin.  The murder weapon, a .38 caliber revolver as well as the bullet found lodged in Datuin's skull, was presented to jurors. GPD Officer John Tyquiengco testified the gun was recovered in a stack of lumber outside John Pangelinan's home.

Pangelinan is in jail after he was convicted for his role in the murder. But Tyquiengco testified that he had no evidence that Angoco shot Datuin or that he assisted in the murder or robbery. The defense will continue cross-examination of police who were involved in the case tomorrow.

Closing arguments are expected by the end of the week.

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