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15 year old girl gunned down shopping on Boxing day:Media Cover-up?

A copy of a court exhibit photo shows Jorrell Simpson-Rowe (known previously only as J.S.R.) in a police mugshot after his arrest in connection with a Dec. 26, 2005 shooting on Toronto's Yonge Street.
Photograph by: Handout, Court exhibit photo

TORONTO — An Ontario Superior Court judge has imposed an adult sentence against a young man convicted of second-degree murder in the death of Jane Creba, allowing the man's name to be made public for the first time since the Toronto teen was shot to death more than three years ago.

Jorrell Simpson-Rowe can now be identified as a result of the ruling handed down Friday morning by Justice Ian Nordheimer.

The 21-year-old man was six weeks shy of his 18th birthday when he participated in the Dec. 26, 2005 gunfight that claimed the life of Creba, who was caught in the crossfire while out shopping with her sister in downtown Toronto.

His

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Added: Jan-13-2010 Occurred On: Jan-13-2010
By: SSstormtrooper
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Citizen Journalism
Tags: Jane Creba, Jorrell Simpson-Rowe, Boxing Day shooting, Toronto, Canada
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada (load item map)
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