Trial for Beason murders continues with unusual requests
Beason – More unusual requests in the trial of two brothers, accused of killing a Beason family back in 2009.
Jurors in the Gee family murder case could hear about the suspects alleged drug use hours before the murders, and travel to see the home where the crimes happened. That is if several trial motions are approved from both the prosecution and defense.
Christopher and Jason Harris face more than 50 counts of murder in the death of Ruth and Rick Gee, and three of their children. A judge will hear those trial motions on March 1st.
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