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Teen decides not to withdraw guilty plea, will be sentenced in July

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Posted at 11:11 AM, Apr 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-18 16:47:40-04

TULSA — The Tulsa District Attorney's Office tells 2 Works for You that a teen charged with murder and rape has rescinded his motion to withdraw his blind guilty plea. He will be sentenced in July.

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Back in March, Green filed a motion to withdraw his blind guilty plea because the plea was not knowing/intelligently/voluntarily made, he didn't understand what 85 percent crime meant, didn't know what the word guilty meant and his attorney encouraged him to plea, the DA's office said at the time.

Green was arrested back in October 2017 for shooting and killing Broken Arrow middle school teacher Shane Anderson in front of his two daughters and raping an 81-year-old woman.

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On Wednesday, Green was charged with two counts of assault for punching another inmate and striking a detention officer.

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