On Wednesday, prosecutors in the murder trial of Brandon McInerney introduced into evidence white supremacist books and drawings by the 17-year-old, who in 2008 shot and killed Lawrence "Larry" King in an Oxnard, Calif., classroom.
The white supremacist materials taken from McInerney's home following King's death included swatstika doodlings and books on Hitler's S.S., the Ventura County Starreported Wednesday. McInerney's defense attorney questioned whether the materials seized were actually his client's, given that they were found in a room that the defendant shared with two other people.
Ventura County deputy district attorney Maeve Fox said she will likely finish presenting her case by early next week.
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