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Bourbon Street mass shooting suspects enter pleas

Jordan Clay, suspect in mass shooting on Bourbon Street (Source: OPSO) Jordan Clay, suspect in mass shooting on Bourbon Street (Source: OPSO)
Travon Manuel, suspect in Bourbon Street mass shooting (Souce: OPSO) Travon Manuel, suspect in Bourbon Street mass shooting (Souce: OPSO)
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

Two men accused in a mass shooting on Bourbon Street entered not guilty pleas in criminal court. 

Jordan Clay and Travon Manuel are accused of getting into a gunfight that killed an innocent bystander and wounded nine others. 

The French Quarter was crowded with people in town for the Bayou Classic November 27 when investigators say the Lafayette men, who had an ongoing feud, spotted each other on Bourbon Street. 

Both men are charged with second degree murder and attempted second degree murder. 
  
25 year old Demontris Toliver of Baton Rouge was killed. 

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