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Only one of five men will stand trial for Dededo gang rape

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Only one of the five men arrested in connection to a Dededo gang rape will head to trial.

This after Gibson Billias and Betewen Henry entered plea deals with the government.

According to Attorney Terrence Timblin, Helpme Roby is slated to head to trial on Thursday, but may be delayed a week due to scheduling conflicts.

As we previously reported, remaining defendants Hen Henry and Oratuch Henry pleaded guilty to the charges.

The five are accused of taking turns sexually assaulting two intoxicated female minors in the jungle area of Santa Ana.
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