Hung Jury in Hustler's Murder Trial
BY Advocate.com Editors
October 29 2010 4:15 PM ET
The trial of an 18-year-old hustler accused of stabbing to death a veteran New York radio newsman ended with a hung jury Thursday.
The New York Daily News reports that one juror in the case refused to render a guilty verdict in John Katehis's trial because details of the crime failed to prove intent.
George Weber, 47, suffered 50 stab wounds after hiring Katehis via Craiglist to "act out a smothering scene" at Weber's Brooklyn home last year, the newspaper reports.
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