Lancaster, California – I missed this update a couple days ago. The man who stabbed another man in the neck with a meat thermometer while in a movie theater will be going to trial. Lancaster Superior Court Judge Christopher Estes felt there was enough evidence for prosecutors to go forward with their charges of attempted murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon against 39-year-old Landry Boullard. Boullard pleaded not guilty to the charges. Prosecutors said Boullard has four previous felony convictions in Los Angeles County: for robbery in 1990, for drug sales in 1995, and twice — in 2000 and 2007 — for being a felon found in possession of a firearm. The victim got into an altercation with Boullard after he asked that a female with Boullard quit talking on her cell phone during a showing of “Shutter Island” at the Cinemark 22 back in February. The victim was in the hospital for 40 days, several of them while in a coma, and is now blind in his right eye. If convicted, Boullard could spend the rest of his life in the place he should have been to begin with.

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