SANTIAGO – A Chilean man accused of murdering a Japanese professor during a robbery in Santiago has denied intending to kill him, his attorney said.
At a court hearing Friday to examine the grounds for detaining Christopher Quijada, 25, his attorney said Koichiro Morita, 58, died Monday after falling and hitting his head when Quijada tripped him.
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