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Opening statements start this morning in the trial of a former Fort Riley soldier accused in the shooting death of a Kansas National Guardsman outside a Manhattan motorcycle club.
A jury was chosen yesterday in Riley County District Court for the 1st-degree murder trial of Daniel Parker.
Parker is accused of killing 21 year old Frederick Beverly, who suffered a fatal head wound early on New Year’s Day of 20123 while manning the gate at the “Assassin Street Rydaz” motorcycle club.
Prosecutors say Parker opened fire from a passing car following a disagreement earlier in the night with a member of the club.