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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Joe and Harlow plead not guilty

I received several phone calls and emails this morning at an ungodly hour telling me that Joe and Harlow were going to be transported to Pennsylvania. Being that I had to work I really did not have time to devote to this breaking news story so I have reprinted a article from the Citizens Voice. here is another link to another news story from the Times Leader. I will just say this I strongly believe in they're innocence and will stand by them until this is over. The truth will come out. I like the rest of you am just waiting for the rest of the evidence to come out. I find it very telling that the prosecution said they are not done making arrests in this case. Lets see where that goes shall we. This case is not as cut and dry as any of us think. although the evidence that they have is damning I do believe that it is not at all conclusive. To me it is more circumstantial than anything and will be proven as such. As I have stated before the motive for this murder leaves allot to be desired. To me it is not really plausible for Joe and Harlow to meet Sean and Grant in Las Vegas and then 2 weeks later go and kill the man who made their lives a living hell for 18 months just to work with Sean. Falcon did not kill anyone and they worked with him.

Kocis case suspects enter pleas
Two male escorts charged in the brutal January slaying of a Back Mountain gay film producer were brought to Luzerne County on Tuesday, officially starting their legal battle in the sensational case.

After being booked at the state police barracks at Wyoming, Harlow Cuadra, 25, and Joseph Kerekes, 33, were taken before Magisterial District Judge James Tupper to hear the long list of homicide and related charges they face, such as robbery, arson, abuse of a corpse and conspiracy. Investigators say the romantic partners from Virginia Beach, Va., conspired to murder their main rival in the gay pornography business, Bryan Charles Kocis, and then set his Dallas Township home ablaze Jan. 24. Both men denied the allegations Tuesday.

"To answer your question, no, I didn’t do it," Mr. Kerekes said.Mr. Cuadra simply stated, "Not guilty."

Local authorities took Mr. Cuadra and Mr. Kerekes into custody Tuesday around 8 a.m. at the Virginia Beach County Prison. They arrived at the state police barracks to be photographed and fingerprinted around 3:30 p.m., and were later arraigned. The two had fought extradition since being arrested May 15 in Virginia, but their attorneys in late June decided there were no grounds to challenge a warrant signed by Gov. Ed Rendell."I’m very happy we now have these two individuals back in Pennsylvania and Luzerne County, so we could seek justice in this case," Luzerne County District Attorney David Lupas said. "We’re ready to push forward with the prosecution."Mr. Lupas said it is too early to know if he will seek the death penalty. He does not rule out additional arrests.The return of the suspects comes 176 days after the killing, which sparked a lengthy, coast-to-coast investigation.Investigators found Mr. Kocis’ body on the charred remains of his living room couch after responding to a fire at his Midland Drive home Jan. 24 around 8:30 p.m. The 44-year-old’s neck was slashed and his torso stabbed 28 times, according to the autopsy report.Judger Tupper ordered them incarcerated without bail. Mr. Cuadra was sent to Lackawanna County Prison, while Mr. Kerekes was locked up in the Luzerne County Correctional Facility. Both wore casual clothes for their ride to Pennsylvania, with Mr. Kerekes wearing a polo shirt and khaki shorts and Mr. Cuadra donning a red T-shirt and blue jeans. Their hands were handcuffed in front of their bodies, and they wore hand-restraint mitts.Investigators say Mr. Cuadra and Mr. Kerekes conspired to kill Mr. Kocis in hopes to lure his premier actor, Sean Lockhart, for their enterprises.
Mr. Kocis owned and operated Cobra Video, a gay pornography business based out of his home.
In a 21-page affidavit, police link the men to the calculated murder through dozens of e-mails, photos, credit card receipts, car and hotel rental records. Police also intercepted incriminating comments allegedly made while Mr. Cuadra and Mr. Kerekes were under surveillance on a San Diego, nude beach with Mr. Lockhart and another man.Mr. Cuadra and Mr. Kerekes owned a gay male escort business and several adult video enterprises. Arrest papers say police learned the "flashy and flamboyant" pair lived in a Virginia Beach home worth $570,000, enjoyed exotic vehicles and extravagant dinners, and traveled the country to support their businesses. Their assets are frozen as Virginia authorities continue a racketeering probe regarding their alleged conspiracy to launder and receive money from the earnings of prostitution.Contact the writer:

This is an article from the Citizens Voice and I reprinted it here as It pretty much covers what is going on. I will have more to say about this when I have more time to gather my thoughts on all of this.
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