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'Fast and Furious' murder: Kenny Adams-Yancy Foster Alabama death

Kenny Adams killed Yancy Foster over 'Fast and Furious' movie
Kenny Adams killed Yancy Foster over 'Fast and Furious' movie

Fast and Furious murder suspect Kenny Dewayne Adams, aka Kenny Adams, was found guilty of murder in the stabbing death of his cousin,Yancy Foster, according to The News Courier. The theory proposed to the jury by the prosecution was that Kenny Dewayne Adams went to his cousins home with the intention of killing him with the pocket knife that was used in the attack. The defense attorney for 36-year-old Kenny Adams tried to use the stand your ground law to defend his client.

WSFA-12 reported that the jury had to choose between manslaughter and murder. The Limestone County jurors found that the evidence showed that Kenny Adams intentionally visited his cousin's at the Chris Way trailer park to confront him and kill him. The two cousins lived in the same trailer park, near Athens.

Kenny Adams has always denied killing his cousin on purpose, stating that the two had argued when Adams arrived to retrieve some Fast and Furious dvds that he let 34-year-oldYancy Foster, borrow from him.

The jury heard evidence that police investigators found Yancy dead at his mobile home on Chris Way on December, 31, 2012, with stab wounds to the chest area and the neck area. An autopsy report concluded that a fatal stab wound to the heart is what killed the victim.

Fast and Furious murderer Kenny Adams is in custody until sentencing since his bond has been revoked. He faces 20-99 years in prison for the murder charge.The movie Fast and Furious, also known as The Fast and the Furious, was a 2001 street-racing movie starring Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. The movie has been made into several sequels since it first aired.