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Ferrer tars his victim again

Ferrer tars his victim again

“I hold it to be a proof of great prudence for men to abstain from threats and insulting words toward anyone.” – Niccolò Machiavelli, Discourses on Livy Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – The man who at trial publicly accused his stabbing victim of “acting like a rabid jackal” privately vilified his prey as

Juan Joseph Ferrer raw

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Juan Joseph Ferrer, 36, of Arcata, will be 48 years old when he is released from state prison after being convicted of voluntary manslaughter for the fatal stabbing in 2013 of Abruzzi chef Douglas Anderson-Jordet, 50, also of Arcata. Ferrer’s probation report contains a wealth of detail on the case. Union reporter

Irked Ferrer hounds prosecutor

The defense rested on Monday, May 11 in the Juan Joseph Ferrer second-degree murder trial, as the Union went to press. Jury instructions and closing arguments were scheduled for today, May 13, to be followed by jury deliberations.  Paul Mann Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Seated on the witness chair for the fourth time in

News analysis: Dissecting the Ferrer fatal stabbing case

Foul whisp’rings are abroad. Unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles. –  Macbeth, Act V – Scene I Paul Mann Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –  “I wasn’t there.” Thus spoke Deputy District Attorney Roger C. Rees with unalloyed realism when he delivered his opening statement April 21 in the trial of murder suspect Juan Joseph Ferrer,

Ferrer voices pity for his stabbing victim

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – Arcata  murder suspect Juan-Joseph Ferrer, 36, testified today, April 29 that he felt a “really deep sense of pity” when he learned that Abruzzi chef Douglas-Anderson Jordet had died from a stab wound Ferrer inflicted in the early morning hours of Nov. 25, 2013. Asked by his defense

D.A.: Ferrer went too far with lethal use of force

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – A linchpin of the state’s second-degree murder case against Juan Joseph Ferrer, 36, of Arcata, is that jeers are no justification for resorting to deadly force with a knife, even if the alleged taunts were homophobic. Again and again, Deputy District Attorney Roger C. Rees asked prospective jurors

Ferrer tells jurors his version of stabbing

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – The nucleus of the Juan Joseph Ferrer murder case came to light in the courtroom today, April 28 when the 36-year-old defendant testified under oath, “I believe the knife went into his chest when he [the victim, Douglas Anderson-Jordet] was up against me and I pushed him off.”

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