Prelim trials begin for Pasasouk quadruple murder case

By , on July 31, 2013


Ka Pasasouk is charged with four counts of murder. Photo from The Daily News.
Ka Pasasouk is charged with four counts of murder. Photo from The Daily News.

SAN FERNANDO, California – Ka Pasasouk, 31, is now undergoing preliminary trials in California for four counts of murder. Testimonies from witnesses are projected to last for about a week.

Pasasouk was tracked down with his ex-girlfriend Christina Neal in Las Vegas after fleeing from their boarding house in Northridge, San Fernando, California where the crimes happened.

Neal confessed that after breaking up with Pasasouk, he started abusing drugs and alcohol. He would even show up in her house with some of his friends and, at one time, beat her. Pasasouk then allegedly went on a killing spree in December 2, 2012, slaying Korean-American Jennifer Kim, and three Filipinos, Robert Calabia, Jojo Navales, and Amanda Ghossein.

Neal testified that after Pasasouk confided the crimes to her, they fled to Las Vegas together.

Pasasouk continues to plead ‘not guilty’ for all charges filed against him.