Widow faces husband's suspected killers in court

OLD BRIDGE - A grieving widow faced in court today the five teens charged with killing her husband.

The teens are being tried as adults in the fatal beating of Dr. Divyendu Sinha. News 12 New Jersey was in the courtroom as each of the defendants entered pleas of "not guilty."

The widow, Alka Sinha, sat in the back of the courtroom surrounded by friends and one of her two sons, waiting for justice in the beating death of her husband.

Sinha says she witnessed Julian Daley, Christian Tinli, Christopher Conway and Cash Johnson attack her family near their Old Bridge home on June 25. She says Steven Contreras drove the teens to the home.

Statement from victim's widow

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