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Opening statements in murder trial of former pastor

Clayton Jones, prosecuting attorney and Mike Kabakoff, defense attorney took turns addressing the jury on the first day of Tim Crumitie's trial for the 2016 shooting death of Michael Gretsinger and the wounding of Kimberly Cherry, Crumitie's former girlfriend. Both victim's were shot twice in the head.

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