Exclusive: 'Knockout Game' teens sentenced
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IN MEMORIAM—Flowers were laid at the spot where Ralph Eric Santiago died on Sept. 10 after being struck by a Jersey City 14-year-old. The juvenile pled guilty to murder this year.
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HOBOKEN AND JERSEY CITY -- The three teenagers implicated in the death of a homeless man in Hoboken last September have been sentenced, as a cover story in the Jersey City Reporter and Hoboken Reporter reveals this weekend. The 14-year-old boy who threw an unprovoked punch at him in an apparent "Knockout Game" was sentenced to six years in juvenile prison. The two 13-year-old boys who were with him are out on probation. All three apparently took the light rail train from Jersey City to Hoboken before committing the crime.

Read more about this story in this weekend's newspapers, with stories posted here at hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday.
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