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Death Penalty Trial Set for April 22, 2019 for Henry Segura in 2010 FL Quadruple Murder
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    Death Penalty Trial Set for April 22, 2019 for Henry Segura in 2010 FL Quadruple Murder




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    Segura's attorney asks for DNA of Chicago gang member in quadruple homicide case


    By Sean Rossman
    The Tallahassee Democrat

    Henry Segura’s attorney has asked for the DNA of a Chicago gang member to determine if he, and not his client, killed a Tallahassee mother and her three young children in November 2010.

    Tallahassee attorney Chuck Hobbs filed a motion Friday to see if Illinois prison inmate Leon Smith’s DNA was found at the scene of Brandi Peters’ Saddle Creek Run home, where she, her twin daughters Tamiyah and Taniyah Peters, and her son JaVante Segura, were found dead on Nov. 20, 2010.

    Segura, 35, is facing four charges of first-degree murder in the case and the state is pursuing the death penalty.

    In the filing, Hobbs cites testimony presented to the court last week by James Carlos Santos, a former member of the Vice Lords, a Chicago narcotics and illegal weapons trafficking group.

    Santos testified that Smith, also a Vice Lord, had ill will towards Peters and threatened her life shortly before she died, according to the motion.

    The gang had suspicion Peters was stealing drugs and money from the gang, for which Peters worked from 2004 to 2007, earning several thousands of dollars per month running drugs and guns from Texas, Florida and Atlanta, according to Santos.

    Santos said Peters owed the gang around $80,000, and because of that, Smith had mentioned to Santos that his and Peters’ lives were in jeopardy, according to the motion.

    Circuit Court Judge Jackie Fulford ruled that Santos’ testimony is not credible and cannot be used at trial, but that does not mean she won’t consider comparing Smith's DNA to the foreign DNA evidence of a man found at the scene.

    Fulford did not make a decision on whether she'd accept the motion at a hearing this morning. Instead, she asked Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, the prosecutor in this case, and Hobbs, to first see if Smith’s DNA is already in a national DNA database.

    Hobbs says he made his motion to ensure the court had covered all its bases before going through with taking Segura to trial.

    Hobbs says he expects Fulford to make a decision to accept the motion Tuesday.

    Requesting DNA would further postpone Segura’s trial date, which is currently set to begin March 31.

    http://www.tallahassee.com/article/2...nclick_check=1

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    Jury Selection Scheduled for Quadruple Murder Suspect

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -- Jury selection begins on March 23 for a man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend and her three young children.

    Investigators say they found the bodies of Brandi Peters, her 6 year old twin daughters, and her 3 year old son inside of their home on Saddle Creek Run on Nov. 20, 2010.

    Henry Segura was later arrested in Michigan nearly a year later in connection with the crime. Investigators say they believe he took off after committing the murders.

    According to the court, jury selection could take up to two days in this case.

    Segura faces the death penalty.

    http://www.wtxl.com/news/jury-select...b95c6b3ac.html

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    September 5, 2014

    Tallahassee Quadruple Murder Suspect in Court

    A Tallahassee man accused of a quadruple murder will stand trial for it in March 2015, more than four years after the murders.

    Henry Segura was in court today as a judge set a new trial date in the November 2010 murders. The judge set the trial for March 23, 2015. It's expected to last two weeks.

    Segura is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, the couple's 3 year old son and her twin 6 year old daughters.

    He was indicted three years ago this week and has been in jail awaiting trial.

    We asked attorneys what's taking so long.

    "In a capital case where you have a woman killed and three children killed, there are a number of witnesses and there are a number of pretrial evidentiary motions that have just taken time," defense attorney Chuck Hobbs said.

    "I want to make sure that I have a judge that's ready. I want to make sure that I am able to get some jurors that are ready, and at a time that they can take this thing seriously, and I want to give the case all the consideration that's due," prosecutor Jack Campbell said.

    Court records show Brandi Peters was shot eight times and all three of her children were found dead in the bathtub of their home in Saddle Creek Run.

    Court records show Judge Lewis is the fifth judge assigned to the case and the trial has been rescheduled at least three times.

    The defense is also trying to get a DNA sample from an inmate in Illinois, who a fellow inmate claims committed the murders.

    "When the evidence comes out and you see the fact that there was no DNA found that matched my client in that house, on the murder weapons, even within the pools of blood," defense attorney Chuck Hobbs said, "I do believe that the jury - once they get a chance to see all of that - will understand that Henry Segura is not the individual who killed Brandi Peters or her children."

    "I have every confidence that the real killer is sitting next to him. I believe that Henry Segura is the murderer who did this. It doesn't surprise me at all that they would want to cast blame somewhere else," prosecutor Jack Campbell said. "I'm not scared of the truth. I'm happy to look at any evidence they want to bring forward."

    http://www.wctv.tv/home/headlines/Ta...246433681.html

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    DNA Dispute Postpones Tallahassee Quadruple Murder Trial

    Tallahassee, FL - An already delayed quadruple murder trial may be pushed back even more.

    Prosecutor Jack Campbell told the judge during a case management hearing Friday morning that the state is ready for trial.

    The defense team for Henry Segura is not.

    Segura is accused in the 2010 killing of his ex-girlfriend, Brandi Peters, and her three kids, one of which is Segura's son.

    The trial was postponed in June after the judge said the state did not turn over an F.B.I. letter indicating someone else's DNA was found at the murder scene.

    Nathan Prince, Co-Counsel for Segura, says, "They found DNA all over that house. The door knobs, on the cell phone, under the victim's fingernails. They linked that DNA through a national database called CODIS, to another person, a known drug trafficker. They didn't tell us that for four years. So, obviously that's problematic."

    The Florida Department of Law Enforcement did an internal audit of DNA handling in the case. Segura's attorneys say they just got the documents Thursday.

    "Mr. Campbell doesn't even know what it says yet," Prince says.

    The co-counsels say they need time to review the 700 page audit. Prince says, "I know it's frustrating for the State Attorney's Office sometimes. It's certainly frustrating for defense counsel to be four years into a case and get additional evidence, which potentially exonerates your client."

    Another hearing in the case is set for October 7th. Attorneys hope to schedule a trial date then. Campbell said in court that he prefers to have trial late 2015, early 2016.

    http://www.wctv.tv/news/floridanews/...307719801.html

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    New Trial Date for Tallahassee Man Accused of Murdering Ex-Girlfriend

    TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - A new trial date has been set for a Tallahassee man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and her 3 young children in 2010.

    Henry Segura is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Brandi Peters, her 6-year-old twin daughters and 3-year-old son. The family's bodies were found in their home on Saddle Creek Run.

    Segura was expected to go to trial at the end of August. However, his attorney asked to travel to Italy to get a DNA sample from a known drug trafficker whose DNA they say was found at the scene.

    Segura is now scheduled to go to trial in March 2017.

    http://www.wtxl.com/news/new-trial-d...9f34df942.html

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    Florida Supreme Court clarification could impact quadruple murder case

    A Tallahassee man accused of a quadruple murder is expected in court Tuesday, just one day after the Florida Supreme Court indicated death penalty cases could go forward.

    Prosecutors had filed a request last week, asking the judge to delay Henry Segura's trial.

    Prosecutors wanted the March 27th trial date moved to June 12th saying "It is anticipated that the Florida Legislature will have a proper procedure in place by the end of the Legislative Session in May."

    That request was filed before Florida's Supreme Court issued a clarification on pending death penalty cases Monday.

    Prosecutor Jon Fuchs says the "State Attorney's Office is still reviewing today's ruling by the Florida Supreme Court and how it could impact the Segura case."

    Segura's defense attorney Nathan Prince had no comment.

    The judge is expected to rule on the requested delay at at a hearing Tuesday afternoon.

    http://www.wctv.tv/content/news/Flor...414291493.html
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    Man Accused of Killing His Girlfriend and Her Kids back in Court

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The man accused of killing his girlfriend, her two children and their child together, made an appearance in court Wednesday.

    Henry Segura's hearing came after issues arose about a witness statement from a woman Segura's attorney, Chuck Hobbs, represented in another case.

    Hobbs was removed from the defense team last month.

    The woman took the stand Wednesday morning.

    Segura told the judge he wanted to move forward with his current attorneys.

    His trial is scheduled to begin on July 31st.

    http://www.wtxl.com/news/man-accused...718e55c0b.html
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    Psychological evaluation ordered for man claiming quadruple murder

    By Karl Etters
    tallahassee.com

    A sizable number of the 200 potential jurors called to decide the fate of Henry Segura were interviewed Monday.

    By Tuesday, attorneys expect to impanel 12 jurors and alternates in Segura's trial. Opening arguments are set to start Wednesday.

    The 38-year-old could face the death penalty if convicted in the 2010 murders of his ex-girlfriend Brandi Peters, her twin 6-year-old daughters and his own 3-year-old son. Prosecutors say Segura killed the family following a court order that he pay Peters $20,000 in back child support.

    Segura’s trial is the first death penalty case being tried in Tallahassee since the Florida Legislature passed rules that require a unanimous jury to recommend a death sentence.

    Throughout Monday, jurors were questioned behind closed doors about media attention on the case and then in open court about the death penalty.

    Tuesday morning also marks a deadline imposed by Leon Circuit Judge James Hankinson on James Carlos Santos on whether he will testify in the three-week trial. During a two-day preliminary hearing last week, Santos made the startling admission that while in prison he ordered the murders as a drug cartel hit.

    Santos, who is being represented by Tallahassee criminal defense attorney Annabelle Diaz, also invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination during the hearing held Thursday and Friday.

    The mental competency of Santos, a key defense witness, will be tested by a psychologist.

    Santos, a Vice Lords gang member, said in court he had Peters killed because she was skimming drugs from a Mexican drug cartel. The children were killed to eliminate any potential witnesses, he said.

    Peters, 27, Tamiyah and Taniyah Peters, 6, and JaVante Segura, 3, were found dead Nov. 20, 2010, at Peters' Saddle Creek Run home in southeast Tallahassee. Peters and Tamiyah were shot; the other children were drowned. The bodies of all three children were found stacked in a bathtub.

    http://www.tallahassee.com/story/new...olo/524857001/
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    Segura trial starts Thursday

    By Karl Etters
    tallahassee.com

    Six men and six women were seated on a jury that will decide the fate of Henry Segura over the next two weeks.

    Starting Thursday morning, they will have to decide whether the 38-year-old is responsible for the 2010 murders of his ex-girlfriend Brandi Peters, her two twin daughters and his own son.

    Segura, the longest serving inmate at the Leon County Jail, faces four counts of first-degree murder. If convicted, he could be sentenced to death.

    Opening statements begin at 8:30 a.m.

    Over three days, potential jurors were quizzed about their knowledge of the case, their views on the death penalty, drugs, international cartels and infidelity before they, along with two alternates, were sworn in at about 4 p.m. Wednesday.

    Prosecutors say Segura, who was arrested in September 2011 at a lake house in Minnesota where he was working as a welder, killed all four over $20,000 in child support he was ordered to pay.

    Peters, her 6-year-old daughters Tamiyah and Taniyah Peters and JaVante Segura, 3, were found dead in their Saddle Creek Run home in November 2010.

    Jurors will also hear the testimony of a man who last week confessed to ordering the murders from prison as part of a drug cartel hit. He said in court Peters was killed because she had skimmed upwards of $90,000 from her cocaine shipments as she worked as a drug courier across the Southeast.

    Segura’s attorneys also point to a partial DNA match to a convicted drug smuggler that was found on evidence secured in the home, indicating someone else may have been at the crime scene.

    http://www.tallahassee.com/story/new...day/534470001/
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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