‘Junior’s’ bloodied clothes displayed for jury, upsets family members

The jury in the Lesandro “Junior” Guzman Feliz murder trial Thursday got to see the clothes the teen was wearing last June when he was attacked and killed in Belmont.
An NYPD officer from the 48th Precinct showed the jury a T-shirt, sweater, shorts, boxers and a sock – all of which were bloodied.
A detective also testified that she witnessed what prosecutors have said was a 4-inch deep gash in the teen's neck when photographing Junior at the morgue.
Junior's father told reporters in Spanish after the 11th day of the trial: "It was very painful and I don’t want to see it again. It was like my son was there with me."
Prosecutors also called Paterson police officers to the stand to testify on the arrests of four of the five defendants currently on trial who were taken into custody at a New Jersey safe house last June — as well as Danel Fernandez and Jose Tavarez who are part of the second group of defendants awaiting trial.
News 12 has heard that another alleged gang member could be called to the stand as early as Friday. If Michael "Sosa" Reyes is called to the stand, he would be the second eyewitness to testify. Kevin Alvarez was the first.