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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Two people go on trial today accused of murdering a man found badly bashed in a Christchurch car park two years ago

    Two people go on trial today accused of murdering a man found badly bashed in a Christchurch car park two years ago


    65-year-old Pierclaudio Raviola was found with serious head injuries in March 2017 - and died in hospital two days later.

    Two others have already been charged over the death - 17-year-old Moses Hurrell is serving 3 and a half years for manslaughter - and another teen was charged with murder.

    Today, 40-year-old Deborah Tihema and 22-year-old Cyle Jetson are before the High Court in Christchurch.

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