In August, a jury found Rebekah Johnson not guilty of the 2006 shooting of a commune leader on Staten Island. Even though Ganas leader Jeffrey Gross identified Johnson as his shooter, the jury believed Johnson's defense lawyer who suggested it was too dark for Gross to see a shooter. But now Gross is filing a civil lawsuit against Johnson, telling reporters today, "Rebekah Johnson shot me six times... there's not a doubt in my mind. She stalked and harassed me for two years." Gross added that Johnson should be charged for the AK-47 and 1,000 rounds of ammo found in her Philadelphia apartment (she lived there while on the lam). Gross says he still fears for his life.
Commune Leader Sues Old Member Over Shooting
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