Whether this tragic event was another gangland murder or something that simply went terribly and fatally wrong (and then somehow got even worse), one thing is for certain - that there is yet another young man who has been denied the opportunity to fulfill his potential.
From the SF Examiner,
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Slain 16-year-old sophomore Andy Zeng was a “jolly” and beloved student at Thurgood Marshall Academic High School who loved video games, rarely missed class and was not in a gang, the school principal and Zeng's peers said Tuesday.
Stunned students at the school are mourning Zeng’s death this week. On Sunday, the sophomore’s body was found in a home in the Silver Terrace neighborhood. He did not live in the home. Police say the teen was murdered.
Four teenagers have been arrested and a fifth teen was being sought in connection with the killing. Police were called to the two-story house in the 2100 block of Quesada Avenue around 4:30 a.m. Sunday.