Family again looking for translator regarding Erica Hagan murder trial

The family of Erica Hagan looks for translators once again following the acquittal of a suspect in her murder in Chile. 
On Dec. 23 we told you Domingo Cofre, the man accused of the murder of Erica Hagan, was found not guilty. Hagan was found dead in her apartment in Chile in September 2014. 
The family needs your help again Wednesday. Hagan’s mom, Regina, tells us that Wednesday the judge will explain his verdict. They’re asking for a Spanish translator to help out from 6 a.m until 11 a.m.
If you’d like to help, email her at

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