Updated 05/25/2011 05:46 AM
Prosecution rests in Mosley murder trial
The prosecution rests in the Michael Mosley double murder trial. As our Sabina Kuriakose reports, the prosecution's final witness was Mosley's boss at the time of the 2002 murders of Arica Schneider and Samuel Holley.
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TROY, N.Y. -- The prosecution in the Michael Mosley double murder trial rests its case.
Prosecutors called their final witness, James Hardy, who was Mosley's boss at the time of the 2002 murders of Samuel Holley and Arica Schneider.
Hardy testified that Mosley didn't show up for work the day of the murders or the next week. He said that when Mosley did return, he showed up with a doctor's note for a cut on his hand and that the note was dated about a week after the murders.
The defense has said that Mosley stumbled onto the crime scene with a cut on his hand, and that's how his blood came to be at the scene.