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Monday, February 28, 2011

[US] Ex-FBI Agent Precidado-Nuno sentenced for killing son's ex-girlfriend, Kimberly Long

Ex-FBI Agent Edward Preciado-Nuno.

A former FBI agent and Vietnam War veteran who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter for slaying his son's girlfriend [Kimberly Long] in November 2008 was sentenced Wednesday to eight to 20 years in prison... "The defense attorney again, reminded the judge of EP's background and recommended probation... I was called up....I had been preparing for this for a long time and had over 2 pages to read, a photo collage board and my memory album filled with photos, letters and cards that Kim had sent me over the years. I had a lot to share.....for Kim had absolutely no voice to defend herself when they dragged her through the mud during the trial..."

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[US] Kimberly Long killed by boyfriend's retired FBI father - ...The police report states Long's 9-year-old son and the couple's 10-month-old son were at home when Preciado-Nuno confronted Long... it is unclear whether either child witnessed the beating...

"...REST IN PEACE KIMBERLY ANN...
YOU ARE ARE MISSED AND LOVED..."

FORMER SAN DIEGO FBI AGENT CONVICTED IN USING HAMMER TO MURDER WOMAN
Examiner.com
February 27th, 2011
[Excerpts] The sentence is eight to 20 years behind bars for a former San Diego FBI agent who murdered his son [Jeffrey Preciado-Nuno]'s girlfriend after a plot to evict the woman failed. Edward Preciado-Nuno, who was convicted by a Nevada jury of voluntary manslaughter, reportedly beat Kimberly Long to death in November of 2008 with a hammer. Preciado-Nuno is reported to have beaten Long more than a dozen times in the head with the hammer... There were 34 areas of injury on her body in all... [Full article here]

EX-FBI AGENT GETS PRISON TIME FOR HAMMER ATTACK
Las Vegas Review-Journal
By Francis Mccabe
Feb. 26, 2011
[Excerpts] A former FBI agent and Vietnam War veteran who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter for slaying his son's girlfriend [Kimberly Long] in November 2008 was sentenced Wednesday to eight to 20 years in prison... [Edward Preciado-Nuno] said Long had attacked him with a hammer first and he was defending himself when he killed her. At the sentencing hearing before Judge Donald Mosley, Preciado-Nuno apologized to the victim's family and to his own family for what had happened. Defense attorney Tom Pitaro asked the court to take into consideration his client's work with the FBI and service his nation and sentence Preciado-Nuno to probation... Long's adoptive father and mother, as well as her biological mother, all testified at the sentencing hearing and asked Mosley to sentence Preciado-Nuno to the maximum allowed under the law. Mosley obliged them, saying that it was difficult to believe that striking someone in the head 13 times, including the back of the head, was done in self-defense. Carol Heckeler, Long's adoptive mother, said on Friday that justice had been served by the verdict. "Kimmy can rest in peace now," she said... [Full article here]

BLOG FOR KIMBERLY:

Kimberly Long 1977-2008 - This blog is in Honor of my daughter. With the intent to share her story and to create awareness of the devastating affects of Domestic Violence in our world. It will also serve as a place for friends and family to comment and share on Kim's behalf. REST IN PEACE KIMBERLY ANN...YOU ARE ARE MISSED AND LOVED.....

EXCERPTS FROM MOST RECENT POST ON KIMBERLY'S BLOG:

Saturday, February 26, 2011
[Excerpts] On February 23, Edward Preciado - Nuno was sentenced to two consecutive terms of 4 - 8 years in state prison. Which means an 8 -16 year term. In this long ordeal to find justice for Kim, we finally had our day in court to speak on Kim's behalf... We were told to be there before 9am. We were briefed by Guancarlos Pesci, the prosecuting attorney in this case. EP was escorted to the jury box along with about 12 other thugs, dressed in navy blue jump suits orange socks and shackled and handcuffed... The prosecuting attorney reminded the judge of the severity of the killing and asked the judge for 20 years. The defense attorney again, reminded the judge of EP's background and recommended probation... I was called up....I had been preparing for this for a long time and had over 2 pages to read, a photo collage board and my memory album filled with photos, letters and cards that Kim had sent me over the years. I had a lot to share.....for Kim had absolutely no voice to defend herself when they dragged her through the mud during the trial... He then allowed me to read my statement. I was shaking like a leaf... Whew!...we had our day, finally, and it was rewarding for us to see him hauled away in chains and to know that he had at least 8 years to ponder his actions in a remote penitentiary in the northern deserts of Nevada. When parole time comes for him, he will have to face us again as we have the right to be there and will be notified... for now, we can breathe, we can sleep a little easier and move on with our lives and celebrate Kim's. Here is my statement... Victim’s Impact Statement Feb. 23 2011 - Thank you for this opportunity to speak on Kim’s behalf... [Full article here]
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