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Death Penalty Pursued for Porge Kue, Ger Lee and Anthony Montes in 2019 CA Quadruple Murder
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    Death Penalty Pursued for Porge Kue, Ger Lee and Anthony Montes in 2019 CA Quadruple Murder

    Fresno backyard shooting killed 4 was 'targeted act of violence', police say

    By Dom Calicchio and Greg Norman
    Fox News

    California police are on the hunt Monday for a group of “unknown suspects” who opened fire last night at a backyard football viewing party in Fresno and left four people dead.

    Investigators say 10 people overall were hit with gunfire during the incident, which unfolded around 8 p.m. local time.

    Three people were reported dead at the scene, while a fourth succumbed to his injuries at a local hospital. Five of those wounded had non-life threatening injuries while a sixth person is being treated after he was grazed by a bullet, according to Fresno Deputy Chief Michael Reid.

    “What we do know is that this was a gathering, a family and friend gathering in the backyard,” Lt. Bill Dooley told the Fresno Bee. “Everyone was watching football this evening when unknown suspects approached the residence, snuck into the backyard and opened fire.”

    Reid told reporters at a Sunday night news conference that all 10 of the victims were Asian males between the ages of 25 and 35, and about three dozen people attended the party.

    “Thank God that no kids were hurt, because there were several kids and females there in attendance at this party,” Reid said.

    As of Monday morning, no descriptions of the suspects were available.

    “We are going to everything that we can to find out who the perpetrators are and bring them to justice,” Reid added.

    Fresno City Councilman Luis Chavez, who represents the southeast portion of the city, where the shooting occurred, described it a "senseless and criminal act."

    “This action is not a reflection of our community and our officers are working diligently to piece together the sequence of events that led up to this, but more importantly, to bring all those involved to justice,” Chavez told the Fresno Bee.

    Investigators on scene included personnel from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

    The slayings in Fresno followed a recent wave of violence in California that has included the murder-suicide deaths of a family in San Diego on Saturday; the deaths of two high school students in Santa Clarita plus the shooter on Thursday; and the deaths of at least four people at a house party in Orinda on Halloween night.

    Neighborhood resident Choua Vang told the Fresno Bee that a nearby resident's house had been shot at just the previous week.

    “We’re thinking about moving out of the neighborhood,” he said. “We don’t know how many more shootings there will be.”

    Earlier Sunday, a man in his 20s was fatally shot in another part of the city. Police did not say whether the two shooting incidents were related.

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    California backyard party shooting: Fresno police arrest 6 suspected gang members

    By Frank Miles
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    Six suspected gang members have been arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of four men in November at a backyard gathering of family and friends in Fresno that they believed was a rival gang’s party, California police said Tuesday.

    Fox 26 reported that the suspects each admitted to being members of the Mongolian Boys Society gang, and said they were evening the score against a rival gang called the Asian Crips.

    Fresno Police Chief Andy Hall said at a news conference that the suspects believed the rival gang was responsible for killing a member of their gang hours earlier.

    Four people were killed and six others injured on Nov. 17 when gunmen entered the back of a Fresno home through an unlocked gate and used semiautomatic weapons to open fire on people watching a football game in the backyard.

    The news outlet reported that the six suspects who were arrested in connection with the deadly shooting are 25-year-old Billy Xiong, 27-year-old Anthony Montes, 26-year-old Porge Kue, 25-year-old Johnny Xiong, 31-year-old Pao Vang and 19-year-old Jhovanny Delagao.

    The police chief didn’t say who the shooters were specifically, but that all six planned the attack.

    The six men who were arrested are all being held $11 million bail each, and it’s unclear if they had lawyers yet who could speak on their behalf.

    Billy Xiong's brother, Randy Xiong, was the gang member who was slain 16 hours before the backyard shooting.

    “We know now that this was a retaliatory shooting toward the gang believed responsible for Randy Xiong’s death,” Hall said.

    All the victims were of Hmong descent; the shooting rattled the central California city, home to the second-largest Hmong community in the country.

    Hmong, an ethnic minority group from East and Southeast Asia, fought on the side of the United States in the Vietnam War. After the war, the U.S. moved them to places in California, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

    In California, Hmong settled in Fresno and the Central Valley, where sponsors hoped they could find work given their agricultural background.


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    $24M bail against alleged mastermind of party shooting


    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A judge in central California set a nearly $24-million bail for the alleged mastermind of a shooting at a party that left four men dead.

    Ger Lee, 27, was recently extradited to Fresno from Minnesota, where he was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder in the Nov. 17 shooting, the Fresno Bee reported Tuesday.

    The four victims were killed after gunmen entered the yard of a Fresno home through an unlocked gate and used semiautomatic weapons to open fire on people watching a Sunday night football game. Six other people were wounded.

    Lee was expected to be arraigned in Judge Michael Idiart’s courtroom on Tuesday, but his attorney Curtis Sok asked for the case to be continued until next Tuesday. Idiart agreed and set Lee’s bail at $23.7 million.

    Lee and six other alleged members of the Mongolian Boys Society gang were arrested and charged for the mass shooting.

    The other six defendants face state or federal court charges. Charged in state court are Anthony Montes, 27; Porge Kue, 26; and Billy Xiong, 25. Each has been charged with four counts of murder and 12 counts of attempted murder.

    Three others face charges in federal court. Johnny Xiong, 25, along with Pao Vang, 30, and Jhovanny Delgado, 19, are charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the aid of racketeering.

    The alleged gang members told investigators they were avenging the death of one of their members’ brother, who was killed earlier that day, according to a criminal complaint filed in Superior Court.


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    DA to pursue death penalty against 3 accused of 2019 Fresno mass shooting

    Porge Kue, Ger Lee and Anthony Montes will face the death penalty in the murder trial

    By ABC30 News

    FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Fresno County District Attorney's Office will pursue the death penalty against three men of the four men accused of a mass shooting at a football party in November 2019.

    Porge Kue, Ger Lee and Anthony Montes will face the death penalty in the murder trial.

    Prosecutors say the three men opened fire at a home in east central Fresno during a football party, killing four people and injuring six others.

    The fourth man accused in the shooting, Billy Xiong, will not face the death penalty. Officials say he faces life without the possibility of parole.

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