Suspects in NJ transgender murder plead not guilty
MAPLEWOOD, NJ (WABC) -- The two men accused in the murder of a transgender woman in Maplewood, New Jersey, entered not guilty pleas Wednesday.
Investigators say 25-year-old Marquise Foster and 23-year-old Alrashim Chambers shot and killed Victoria Carmen White last month.
Foster reportedly met the victim at a nightclub.
Detectives believe White was killed because of her sexual orientation.
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