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  1. #151
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    six other articals from this year to catch up on case before trial

    happy reading

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/results/?keywo...r+murder+trial

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    Trial for Terrance Black Set for Monday
    Judge, attorneys for the state and defense spent Friday selecting jurors

    Jurors were chosen Friday in the capital murder case of a North Texas man accused of killing his former girlfriend.

    Terrance Deering Black is accused of killing Susan Loper, a Frisco mother and Pilates instructor, in April 2011.

    State and defense attorneys spent Friday narrowing down a pool of 146 potential jurors. The jury pool was narrowed to 70 potential jurors by 3 p.m.

    Five women and nine men were selected for the jury. The trial, which Judge John Roach said could last about three weeks, is set to begin Monday.

    More at source: http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Tri...166596166.html
    "People talk about “closure,” but there’s no such thing as closure. You absorb life, including its blows, and move on. If you’re lucky or work hard, adversity makes you better, stronger, deeper. You’ll never not mourn, because you’re human and that’s the way we’re built. But there are moments when something happens—you take a turn, or a new understanding happens. There are times when you realize a certain point in the arc of mourning has been reached. There are times when justice happens." -- Peggy Noonan

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    Jury: Terrance Black guilty of murder of Susan Loper

    MCKINNEY [TX] — Terrance Black has been found guilty of capital murder in the death of Susan Loper. The jury of nine men and three women reached a verdict after nearly four-and-a-half hours of deliberations.
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    The verdict came at the end of the nine-day trial, which featured 83 witnesses and hundreds of items of evidence.
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    Both [Prosecutors] Johnson and Schomburger disputed the defense's claim that Jayson Hayes, Loper's boyfriend at the time of her death, was in any way responsible for her murder. Prosecutors mentioned that Hayes would have been able to have access to Loper after she moved studios, an opportunity Black would not have had. They also mentioned that Hayes had to be at work that morning while Black was unemployed and had nowhere to be during or after the crime.

    Immediately after being informed of Loper's disappearance, Hayes went to the crime scene and spoke with police. He also was interviewed by detectives later that day at Loper's residence. These, prosecutors told the jury, were not the actions of a man with something to hide. By comparison, Black had left North Texas shortly after the crime, ending up in Arizona the next day.

    To illustrate their point that it was Black, not Hayes, who was acting guilty, the prosecution shared a passage from Proverbs 28:1.

    "The wicked flee when no man pursueth, but the innocent are as bold as a lion."

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    http://www.pegasusnews.com/news/2012...r-susan-loper/
    "People talk about “closure,” but there’s no such thing as closure. You absorb life, including its blows, and move on. If you’re lucky or work hard, adversity makes you better, stronger, deeper. You’ll never not mourn, because you’re human and that’s the way we’re built. But there are moments when something happens—you take a turn, or a new understanding happens. There are times when you realize a certain point in the arc of mourning has been reached. There are times when justice happens." -- Peggy Noonan

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