Trial Delayed in Brewer Case
A Florida teen who was set on fire in October 2009 will have to wait a little longer for justice.
The trial of Matthew Bent, the third and final suspect accused in the attack on Michael Brewer, has been delayed.
Bent is accused of telling two other boys to toss rubbing alcohol on Brewer and light it.
Bent's parents are insisting his case go to trial. If convicted, he could be sentenced to 30 years in prison.
The other two suspects pleaded guilty. One got eleven years in prison, the other was sentenced to eight years.
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