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Centre County Stabbing Trial

Is it a case of self-defense or first-degree murder? That’s the key question for a Centre County jury in the trial stemming from a deadly stabbing in Philipsburg last summer.

During the second day of the Fernando Rosado-Guzman murder trial, a forensic pathologist testified to the fatal injuries that the victim suffered, stating that the knife went “directly through the victim’s heart.”

A State Trooper then took the stand and said Rosado-Guzman “admitted” he was involved in the stabbing and handed him a knife.

Rosado-Guzman faces charges of first and third degree murder, but claims the stabbing was self-defense.

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