November 14, 2011 9:30 PM
By JARED TAYLOR/The Monitor
EDINBURG — Relatives of Fermin Limon wept and hugged after sunset Monday, outside the Hidalgo County Auxiliary Court, where Limon’s family said their slain loved one saw justice.
“My father was a great person — a great man,” his daughter, Mireya Limon, 31, said. “He didn’t ask to be put in that situation, but he deserved justice and that’s what we got today.”
As Limon’s daughter shared the family’s gratitude with reporters, Jose Guadalupe Elizondo exited the courthouse, escorted by Hidalgo County sheriff’s deputies. His relatives cried as they followed behind. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer now faces a 25-year prison sentence for Limon’s murder.
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