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East Palo Alto man pleads not guilty to church beatings

Man allegedly attacked his mother and ex-girlfriend in St. Samuel Church-God in Christ

A 53-year-old East Palo Alto man charged with attacking his ex-girlfriend and his 77-year-old mother during a church function in May pleaded not guilty in San Mateo County Superior Court on Tuesday, May 20.

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Posted by stephanie Smith
a resident of East Palo Alto
on May 23, 2014 at 9:20 pm

How sad for your own son to inflict great bodily harm to his mother. I personally know Mr. Holt, and this is so sad to know that he would even entertain the idea of doing such an cowardily act towards any femaie less known that it is Mother. Just speechless. My prayers are for Mrs. Holt and the other female victim that is involved. May you both recuperate 100 percent Mentaly and physicaly. What the hell was Mr. Holt thinking,??? [Portion removed.] I pray that he does recieve some Mental help, May God Bless the Victims.


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