Kloulubak pled guilty, gets 25 years
By: L.N. Reklai
(Koror, Palau) Court sentenced Clifton Kloulubak to 25 years imprisonment for the shooting death of Kenneth Koshiba on September 6, 2016.
Accepting a guilty plea for Second Degree Murder, the Court reduced the sentence from mandatory life to 25 years imprisonment with credit for time served of 14 days. [restrict]
Clifton Kloulubak is one of the 3 brothers charged for the death of Kenneth Koshiba in the October 13, 2015 incident where Mr. Kenneth Koshiba was shot multiple times by a high powered gas/air rifle near Akiwo Gas Station in Madalaii, Koror.
In February of 2016, Nicholas Kloulubak murder charge was reduced to a misdemeanor charge of assault. Nicholas Kloulubak pled guilty to misdemeanor charge of assault and was placed on 12 months probation. Mike Williams’ case is still pending.[/restrict]