Courtroom gavel " data-medium-file=" data-large-file=" src=" alt="(Photo/Joe Gratz, Flickr)" title="courtroom-gavel" width="300" height="199" class="size-medium wp-image-9067" srcset=" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / A judge ruled this week that jurors won’t hear part of the confession of a man accused of killing an 18-year-old Greeley transgender woman.
In addition, Weld District Court Judge Marcelo Kopcow ruled that prosecutors won’t be able to tell jurors that Allen Andrade has gang ties that could have been a motive in the brutal slaying last summer of Angie Zapata, the Greeley Tribune reports.
Andrade told Tharp he met Zapata on the Internet and that they had arranged a date.
The affidavit said he stayed at Zapata’s apartment alone while she went out, and he realized Zapata was a man.
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Ruling that prisoners “have little, if any, reasonable expectation of privacy while incarcerated,” Kopcow decided recordings of calls Andrade made from jail to his girlfriend could be used in the trial.
In the calls, Andrade said “gay things need to die” and bragged that other prisons feared him because of his reputation wielding a fire extinguisher.
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When Zapata returned later, Andrade confronted her about being a man, eventually hitting her with his fists and knocking her to the ground, the affidavit stated.