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Manchester man pleads guilty to 2012 shooting death; will get 15-30 years in prison


MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — A Manchester man has admitted shooting a part-time bouncer to death and will spend 15 to 30 years in prison.

WMUR-TV ( ) reports that Jesus Fernandez pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday in connection with the Dec. 27, 2012 death of 25-year-old Daniel Langlois.

Langlois was shot in his car after a fight at a nightclub that involved one of his friends and a member of Fernandez' family.

WMUR reports that Fernandez begged Langlois' family for forgiveness in court Monday.

Brittany Langlois, the victim's sister, said she hated Fernandez.

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