With Last Words, Bloodied Teen Points Cops to Alleged Killers

With Last Words, Bloodied Teen Points Cops to Alleged Killers

With Last Words, Bloodied Teen Points Cops to Alleged Killers

- A man accused of stabbing a 19-year-old woman and leaving her on the side of a remote road near Livermore told KTVU in an exclusive jailhouse interview that he "snapped" and never meant to hurt or kill her.

As a result, the alleged killers have been apprehended.

Roberto Cuesta, the victim's uncle, said, "I hope those people pay for that, it's just who would do that?"

"The fact that Lizette was so strong and able to survive was really a testament to her character as a person".

Her fighting spirit helped the 19-year-old use her final words to identify the suspects before she died at a hospital.

He said Cuesta was armed with a knife he had given her but that she didn't come at him with the weapon, only her elbows. She dragged herself the length of a football field so passing motorists could see her lying there.

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Cuesta's father told CBS, "I know she passed away, but when they did this to her, they figured they got away with it".

"Her internal fortitude, to stay alive and to fight, is pretty remarkable", Sgt. "If she wanted that trick bad enough she would get it". I'm glad it's at the place that I skated with her. "There would be no closure". A neighbor in Modesto told ABC7 News that Leonardo is pregnant.

He said the confrontation happened outside somewhere in Livermore after he and Cuesta had had sex in the back of Leonardo's auto as Leonardo drove. A yellow rope was found at the scene near where Alameda County sheriff's investigators say the victim had been left at the side of the road.

He said Leonardo had nothing to do with what happened early Monday other than driving to and from Livermore. "So, it's kind of hard to get through it", said Alejandra Hernandez, a family friend, as she struggled to hold back tears.

"I'd rather not get into that", he said several times during the interview. You are going to fight. "You are going to sit up and you are going to be alright, '" Loadholt said. "The place that we laughed even talked smack to each other", said a friend, who didn't want to give his name. "Hopefully, someday we can talk and thank him for what he did". She called her a determined skateboarder. Authorities-who believe Cuesta was at one point tied up-have yet to provide a motive for the killing, and friends are at a loss. "She showed that at the end".

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