Cash App Founder’s Suspected Murderer Pleaded Not Guilty
An autopsy report showed he suffered knife wounds that pierced his heart and lung.
The man accused of fatally stabbing Cash App Founder Bob Lee, pleaded not guilty to murder in a San Francisco court.
The hearing comes over a month after Lee was murdered on April 4th. An autopsy report showed he suffered knife wounds that pierced his heart and lung.
38-year-old Nima Momeni is accused of killing lee over an alleged affair he was involved in with Momeni’s sister.
Momeni’s DNA was found on the knife that was used in the killing and it was a knife of the same brand that was found in his sister’s apartment.
After pleading not guilty he will be held in custody without bail due to him being a public safety and a flight risk.