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  1. #421
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    ".... in the three years since Hribal was arrested."

    Three years? Whatever happened to the right to a speedy trial?

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    http://triblive.com/local/westmorela...abbing-suspect

    Jury selection in the case against Alex Hribal was set to begin Aug. 7 before Common Pleas Court Judge Christopher Feliciani on Tuesday agreed to push the trial back at least a month to allow the defense more time to prepare its case.
    https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/Docket...R-0002394-2014

    The trial is now scheduled for October 2nd.

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    Trial for Franklin Regional accused stabber, Alex Hribal, to start in November

    http://triblive.com/local/westmorela...rt-in-november

    Jury selection in the attempted murder trial of a former Franklin Regional High School student charged with trying to kill classmates during a knife rampage more than three years ago will begin Nov. 13.

    Judge Christopher Feliciani told the lawyers he would grant no more delays in the trial, which is expected to take more than a week.

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    Franklin Regional stabbing rampage suspect Alex Hribal pleads guilty

    http://triblive.com/local/westmorela...o-plead-guilty

    Trina Hribal quietly sat two rows behind as her son stood up, hands cuffed and legs shackled, and told a Westmoreland County judge that he will plead guilty to a knife rampage at Franklin Regional High School three years ago that injured 21 people, including four critically.

    Alex Hribal, 20, of Murrysville will be sentenced in about three months. He faces decades in prison.

    When asked why he was pleading guilty, Hribal softly responded, "Because I am guilty."
    Hribal's plea did not come as part of a deal for reduced time or with the promise that any charges would be dismissed.

    Feliciani told Hribal he could be sentenced up to 800 years in prison after an investigation by the county's probation department is completed in about three months. That investigation will focus on Hribal's personal history, mental health issues and victim impact — all factors the judge said he will use in determining a sentence.

    Peck met last week for about 90 minutes with many of the victims and their parents in the high school library to discuss Hribal's plea and a potential sentence. He said many victims, but not all, were satisfied with the outcome.

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    Alex Hribal to speak before sentencing for Franklin Regional attack

    http://triblive.com/local/westmorela...egional-attack

    For the past four years, the only explanation for why a troubled 16-year-old took two kitchen knives to Franklin Regional High School and used them to slash and stab his classmates was a handwritten manifesto left in his school locker.

    On Monday, Alex Hribal, now 20, is expected to speak in court for the first time at a hearing that will determine how long he'll spend in prison for the April 9, 2014, rampage that left 20 students and a security guard wounded.

    "I expect he'll make a statement," said his defense attorney, Pat Thomassey.

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    Alex Hribal sentenced to 23-60 years in prison for Franklin Regional High School stabbings

    A Murrysville man who was 16 when he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at Franklin Regional High School was sentenced to 23-60 years in prison Monday.

    "I would rather be in jail getting treatment for mental illness than free without it," Alex Hribal said at his sentencing hearing.

    Westmoreland County Judge Christopher Feliciani also ordered the 20-year-old Hribal to pay $269,000 in restitution, and said he wants the young man to continue mental health treatments in prison.
    Franklin Regional attacker Alex Hribal claims bullying, gets up to 60 years in prison

    Kaitlyn Shaw, who wasn't injured in the attack, described watching her classmates fall into pools of blood.

    "I felt so guilty that I saw so many friends when I couldn't even help myself," Shaw testified.

    Carter Boger, 18, was a middle school student who had just been dropped off for school when word of the attack surfaced. He said he and his mother rushed to the high school to learn his brother had been injured and being flown to a Pittsburgh hospital.

    "I believe Hribal is the definition of pure evil. I would like you to see who Alex really is — a terrorist," said Carter Boger.
    Attacker Alex Hribal: 'Mental health should be taken way more seriously'

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    Alex Hribal says 60 years in prison too long for Franklin Regional attack

    The 60-year prison sentence imposed last week on Alex Hribal for his knife rampage at Franklin Regional High School is too long and should be cut in half, according to documents filed Friday in Westmoreland County.

    Defense attorney Pat Thomassey asked Common Pleas Court Judge Christopher Feliciani to reduce the sentence, which he called excessive and unreasonable, and impose a lesser term of 15 to 30 years in prison.
    Parents Of Franklin Regional Stabber ‘Overwhelmed’ By Support

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