[Published Opinion] In a complex, multi-defendant appeal from both a resentencing under SB 620 and SB 1393 and the partial denial of defendants’ PC 1172.6 petitions, the Court of Appeal held, among other things, that: (1) neither the jury’s “intent to kill” findings in connection with the gang-murder special circumstances, nor the Court of Appeal’s prior holding that the Chiu error in the case was harmless, preclude a prima facie showing under PC 1172.6; and (2) AB 333’s amendments to PC 186.22 require reversal and retrial on the gang-related firearm enhancements (PC 12022.53(e)) and gang-murder special circumstances (PC 190.2(a)(22)).