It’s been more than two years since 17-year-old Norma Lopez was abducted in broad daylight in Moreno Valley as she was walking from school, and those seeking closure . . . . will have to wait a while longer, according to The Press-Enterprise
’s John Asbury. The suspect charged with her murder, Jesse Perez Torres, this week had his case postponed until Nov. 2. The reason for the delay? Apparently, Torres’ attorneys have been tied up for months in a separate death-penalty case. The upshot? A preliminary hearing could be scheduled by the end of this year. A trial? Likely a “long way off,” says Asbury. Yes, justice is blind . . . but it’s apparently slow as hell.