Victoria Gbojueh, second from right, mourns with family and friends at Sunday's vigil.
Genevieve Ross, Special To The Star Tribune
Cecelia Seward, a family friend, grieves during a vigil for murder victims Beatrice Wilson and her grandson Peter Wilson outside the house where the crime took place, in Minneapolis, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. Both victims were allegedly killed by Ishmael Roberts, Beatrice Wilson's son, with a Samurai sword. (Genevieve Ross/Special to the Star Tribune) ORG XMIT: 6VIGIL1105
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Gathering mourns two victims of brutal Minneapolis killing
- November 4, 2012 - 10:26 PM
Victoria Gbojueh mourned with family and friends Sunday during a vigil for Gbojueh’s sister, Beatrice Wilson, and Wilson’s grandson, Peter Wilson, outside the Minneapolis house where they were murdered last Monday.
Ishmael Roberts, Beatrice Wilson’s son, is accused of killing both with a samurai sword.
Roberts, 22, has been charged with two counts of intentional second-degree murder. He was arrested in Waterloo, Iowa, where he rolled his mother’s car while trying to flee police.
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