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Written by Chris Thompson on December 7, 2016
The general manager of the Boom Boom Room at the time of an October 2014 shooting vehemently denied Wednesday that he offered any bribe to the victim to say the shooting happened outside the club.
Renaldo Agostino, whose twin brother Remo owned the club when usher Devonte Pierce was shot, repeatedly denied in court an accusation by Pierce that the brothers had visited his hospital room and attempted to bribe him.
Defence lawyer Julie Santarossa suggested that Renaldo and his brother had offered $350 for Pierce to change his story, and Agostino became agitated.
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For update see: Evidence in Boom Boom Room shooting thrown out over charter violation