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Date: November 06, 2007

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 Man plead guilty to obstruction in connection with slaying
The Brampton guardian
Thursday January 24, 2008
By PAM DOUGLAS, Staff Writer
 
BRAMPTON- A Mississauga man has pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in connection with a Brampton murder investigation two years ago.
Americo Eduardo Quiroz, 28, was originally charged with being accessory after the fact of murder, but that charge was withdrawn in court on Monday.
“Mr. Quiroz is relieved that this ordeal has come to an end,” said Anser Farooq.

The original charge was laid soon after Paul Mediros, 28, was stabbed to death by a stranger outside Careca Sports Bar on Clarence Street near Kennedy Road in October 2005.