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Man accused of killing UIC student in parking garage due in court this week

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - A man accused of killing a UIC student inside a campus parking garage last November is due back in court this week.
Donald Thurman is charged with brutally killing 19-year-old Ruth George last November before leaving her body inside a car in a campus parking garage.
Several people gathered outside the parking lot where George was killed Sunday to call for a conviction in the case.
“We want justice; we want justice in this case,” activist Raul Montes, Jr. said. “This was a tragic event that took place here on a campus.”
Prosecutors say George was heading back to her car around...
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