‘Are you all set to die?’ Chilling online video applied towards 2 women of all ages accused of beating young mother to death

Two girl accused of beating a younger mom to death in excess of a person will continue being in jail.

Channel 2′s Matt Johnson was in Gwinnett County, wherever we confirmed you 17-year-previous Janine Gonzalez’s emotional moments in court, for Channel 2 Motion Information at 4 p.m.

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Police mentioned Gonzalez and 27-year-aged Antonetta Stevens killed Ashley Bocanegra in August by beating her to death — all simply because she was sleeping with Stevens’ boyfriend.

Stevens was dating Gonzalez’s brother. The ladies are accused of making use of his cell phone to trick Bocanegra into assembly them, then punched and kicked her until finally she could not breathe.

Bocanegra died from internal bleeding in her lungs.

Gonzalez was in tears for the duration of her courtroom visual appeal Thursday as the judge laid out the circumstance in opposition to her.


Police explained Stevens began the struggle and Gonzalez joined in.

In court docket, law enforcement made use of online video that the ladies shot them selves versus them.

Gonzalez’s attorneys have argued that she was just a bystander, but prosecutors reported the video clip proves that is not the case. Police stated Gonzalez is the just one who filmed Stevens as she commenced battling and building threats.

“She requested Ms. Janine Gonzalez, ‘Do you want any of this?’ To which Ms. Gonzalez replied, ‘I do.’ And she came and kicked her about 3 situations on her aspect,” law enforcement explained. “You can plainly listen to her say, ‘I’m going to murder you,’ about 5 periods. ‘Are you completely ready to die?’ and, ‘I could do even worse.’”

Gonzalez argued that she really should be attempted for involuntary manslaughter, not felony murder. But law enforcement argued that a person of the previous texts that Bocanegra sent implicated Gonzalez. The text was directed at Gonzalez’s brother.

“It stated, ‘I was fine till your sister kicked me in the upper body and again place,’” law enforcement mentioned.

Both girls stay in jail with no bond.

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