Posted Jan. 29, 2014, 9:33 a.m.
For Kathy Caufield, the journey to a downtown Los Angeles courtroom to hear a verdict Tuesday in her son’s 2009 slaying had been arduous.
Caufield had gone through one trial and the subsequent acquittal of Marquise Edwards in September 2010.
In January, she geared up for a new trial for Kenyon Aikens and Darryl Anthony Sconiers. Aikens and Sconiers, both 27, were accused of posing as police officers in a plot to rob Brian Caufield, 31, of cash and marijuana.
Kathy Caufield said that before the trial began, she realized that this was her last chance for justice.
She flew from Fort Worth for the proceedings. "This is it," she said she thought to herself.
On Tuesday, a jury found Aikens and Sconiers guilty of first-degree murder with special circumstances, attempted first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary.
As the verdicts were read in the courtroom, Kathy Caufield wept and bowed ...
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