Judge Michael Ravin demonstrates how Alexander Alfaro used a machete while attacking Iofemi Hightower during the sentencing of Alfaro at the Essex County Courthouse in Newark, N.J. Thursday, May, 19, 2011. Alfaro, the third of six defendants in a schoolyard triple murder, was sentenced to more than 200 years in prison by a judge who cast aside his argument that he was coerced into the attack by an older half-brother who was the head of a violent street gang. (AP Photo/John O'Boyle, Pool)

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Judge Michael Ravin demonstrates how Alexander Alfaro used a machete while attacking Iofemi Hightower during the sentencing of Alfaro at the Essex County Courthouse in Newark, N.J. Thursday, May, 19, 2011. Alfaro, the third of six defendants in a schoolyard triple murder, was sentenced to more than 200 years in prison by a judge who cast aside his argument that he was coerced into the attack by an older half-brother who was the head of a violent street gang. (AP Photo/John O'Boyle, Pool)
Judge Michael Ravin demonstrates how Alexander Alfaro used a machete while attacking Iofemi Hightower during the sentencing of Alfaro at the Essex County Courthouse in Newark, N.J. Thursday, May, 19, 2011. Alfaro, the third of six defendants in a schoolyard triple murder, was sentenced to more than 200 years in prison by a judge who cast aside his argument that he was coerced into the attack by an older half-brother who was the head of a violent street gang.
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