Jury selection in capital murder trial of accused cop killer to resume Monday
SAN ANTONIO – Jury selection will resume Monday in the capital murder trial of a man accused in the execution-style slaying of a San Antonio Police Department detective in 2016. It has been four and a half year years since veteran San Antonio Police Department Detective Benjamin Marconi was shot in the head at point blank range as he sat in his patrol car outside police headquarters. Jury selection in the capital murder trial of 35-year-old Otis McKane, Marconi’s accused killer, began last fall. AdStill, Rangel, who will preside over the trial, said he isn’t considering a change of venue. The Backstory: Otis McKane on trial for execution-style killing of SAPD Detective Benjamin Marconi
Accused cheerleader killer called jealous, abusive, controlling
"The door opened at 561 and a male subject was exiting the room," Trinity University police Sgt. From the hallway, Lewis said he observed broken glass scattered inside the room of Cayley Mandadi, a university cheerleader. Medical experts testify in the trial of accused cheerleader killerLewis said Howerton, 24, told him he was in the room waiting for Mandadi. In the video, Howerton seemed nervous when the officer asked, "You mind if I take a look in the room?" "Naw, it isn't even my room," Howerton replied.
Pistorius murder trial: Defense tries to build case shooting was accident
Pistorius murder trial: Defense tries to build case shooting was accident The murder trial of Olympian Oscar Pistorius started again Monday, after a 17-day break. Pistorius' legal team is trying to recover from last month's bruising cross-examination. Correspondent and CBS News contributor Debora Patta reports.cbsnews.com