Jury Gets James Anthony Gray Murder Case

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Updated: 1/31/2012 7:18 pm
The fate of James Anthony Gray is now in the hands of a Scott County jury.  Gray is on trial for the murder of his parents.  Attorneys presented their closing arguments this afternoon.  Gray took the stand in his own defense yesterday and told the jury he did not kill his parents.  Gray claimed investigators persuaded him to confess to the killings by convincing him that he had "blacked out" and shot his parents.  A family friend found James and Vivian Gray murdered in their home back in 2007.  Each had been shot in the head. ABC 36 has a crew covering the trial in Georgetown and will have the latest online and on ABC 36 news tonight.
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