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Topic - Percy Jordan
The D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday let stand the conviction of one of the men involved in the 2006 killing of New York Times reporter David Rosenbaum.
Court records say Jordan, who was convicted of striking Mr. Rosenbaum in the head and waste with a pipe, said "Let's go get someone," as he rode in a car with another man searching for a target to rob.
Percy Jordan argued that his conviction should be overturned because the trial court erred on four procedural issues.