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A 32 caliber handgun in Temecula, Calif., on March 27, 2021. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times) Nearly six years after murdering a high school football player at 15 years old, a convicted first-degree murderer in California could be granted early release through the assistance of Senate Bill 1391.
Through SB 1391, minors can’t be tried as adults no matter the crime they commit, making them eligible to be released from jail at the age of 25 with a clean criminal record.
The victim, Jaulon “JJ” Clavo, a 17-year-old high school senior, was driving back to school in Sacramento for a Friday night CIF football game with five of his friends when he was approached at a three-way stop sign by Keymontae Lindsey, 15, on Nov. 13, 2015.
Dr. Nicole Clavo, JJ’s mother, told The Epoch Times her son was coming back from Popeyes when he was shot multiple times, including by one bullet that went through his neck.
JJ was urged by his friends to drive forward with the bit of adrenaline that was left in him before he slumped over.
His friends were able to get him to the back seat before making their way back to campus where students and visitors were pouring in for Friday night football.
“Campus was about a mile and a half away from where they were,” Nicole said. “Unfortunately, he didn’t survive.”
Nicole described her son as being “full of life.” She recalls taking him for his 16th birthday to buy him a car off the lot. A battle she faces is having bought him a car that he later would pass away in.
“Maybe if I hadn’t bought him a car, he wouldn’t have been there, because he wouldn’t have been able to drive to Popeyes to get something to eat,” Nicole said. “I expected great things from him, and unfortunately, I’ll never know whether those things will be achieved.”The following day, on Nov. 14, Lindsey was arrested before being officially charged with murder in February 2016.The Clavo family waited nearly four years until they officially went to trial in August 2019, shortly after SB 1391 was signed into law […]
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