ABC 10 News San Diego: New Snapchat video released as SoCal Navy medic death probe continues
"ABC10 News first broke the story two years ago. On Monday, ABC 10News shared video that was just released by the family from the night of the deadly shooting on the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps base that's located a few hours northeast of San Diego.
The family revealed that the Snapchat video was taken by their son, fallen corpsman HM3 Michael Vincent De Leon.
His father told ABC 10News that the video was captured at a house party about an hour before his son was shot to death." READ MORE
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Jose De Leon Mobile: 713-402-8395 JUSTICE FOR HM3 MICHAEL DE LEON https://www.justice4hm3deleon.com
WHO: Jose and Sandra De Leon — parents of U.S. Navy Corpsman HM3 Michael Vincent De Leon killed on August 16, 2019 after being shot on Twentynine Palms Base while attending a going-away party.
WHAT: Parents of deceased U.S. Navy Corpsman HM3 Michael Vincent De Leon to attend court-martial forHM1 Ryan Dini whose charges are linked to the August 2019 death of corpsman Michael Vincent De Leon.
WHEN: 8am on Monday, March 8, 2021
WHERE: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms Base, near the city of Twentynine Palms in San Bernardino County, CAWHY: Jose De Leon states, “Due to the Military Justice Department at Twentynine Palms Base receiving last-minute news from Ryan Dini's attorney, the defense will argue that the military can't withdraw from his client's plea agreement. Therefore, my wife Sandra and I will be traveling Saturday (3/6) to the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center to be on standby in case we have to give a victim impact statement on Monday, March 8th.”
INTERVIEWS:Jose and Sandra De Leon will be available to answer media questions in both English and Spanish outside the main entrance to the Twentynine Palms Base once the court-martial has concluded.
*The De Leon’s have reached out to the following offices: Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Alex Padilla (D-CA), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and John Cornyn (R-TX) Congressmen Michael McCaul (R-TX 10th District) and Jay Obernolte (R-CA 8th District)