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Classmate stands trial in death of teen shot execution-style in woods

Almandinger told Alaska State Troopers in an account outlined in court documents that Grunwald was pistol-whipped by an acquaintance in his camper, driven to a remote location, walked 200 feet into the woods and fatally shot once in the head.

Almandinger, however, denied pulling the trigger and said another teen shot Grunwald, who had begged for his life, reported CBS affiliate KTVA. Prosecutors in court said that Almandinger played a critical role in the murder of David Grunwald, regardless of who pulled the trigger.


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