A POINT BREEZE man who was gunned down and paralyzed in 2006 and died of infection in 2008 appeared in court on video to help convict two men of his murder.
Marvin Flamer, 39, and his nephew, Nafeast Flamer, 25, were convicted by a jury yesterday of the first-degree murder of Allen Moment Jr., 24, assuring that both defendants will receive mandatory life-without-parole prison sentences.
Common Pleas Judge Glenn Bronson set a formal sentencing hearing for March 14.
During the trial, the jury saw a police video from February 2008 of a bedridden Moment identifying the Flamers and a third man, Hakim Bond, as those who ambushed him outside his home on Pierce Street near 22nd. More than a dozen bullets struck him.