"As the teen collapsed to the floor, McInerney stood up, looked around at his astonished classmates and delivered a "second, coup de grÃ¢ce" shot into King's head, prosecutors allege." =============== Link: DA: Killing of Gay Student Was 'Execution' Photo Gallery KTLA News February 11, 2009 VENTURA -- Court documents reveal the killing of a 15-year-old gay student by a teenage classmate was done execution style, according to prosecutors. The Ventura County district attorney's office filed the documents in response to an appeal filed by defense attorneys for Brandon McInerney alleging that prosecutors had abused their discretion by charging him as an adult. McInerney is charged with first-degree murder and a hate crime in the February 2008 death of Larry King at E.O. Green School in Oxnard. King dressed in a feminine manner and told friends he was gay. McInerny was 14 at the time of the shooting and turned 15 last month. In the documents, prosecutors described the shooting of King as a premeditated execution-style murder carried out by a classmate who was a proponent of "racist skinhead philosophy." According to prosecutors, murder suspect Brandon McInerney sat behind King in a computer lab class on Feb. 12, 2008, didn't do anything for 20 minutes, and then without saying a word fired one shot into the back of King's head. As the teen collapsed to the floor, McInerney stood up, looked around at his astonished classmates and delivered a "second, coup de grÃ¢ce" shot into King's head, prosecutors allege. Senior Deputy District Attorney Maeve Fox said the facts of the case "speak volumes" for the decision to try McInerney in adult court. The court documents also give details about the alleged contentious relationship between King and McInerney, the teasing by some classmates because of King's effeminate demeanor and McInerney's unheeded threat to kill King.