Jury in Chicago tower terrorism trial still deadlocked

December 10, 2007 21:47


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Jurors said Monday they were still deadlocked in the trial of seven Miami men accused of plotting to blow up Chicago's Sears Tower and bomb FBI offices, but a federal judge ordered the panel to continue deliberating. US District Judge Joan Lenard denied a defense motion for a mistrial, instead calling the panel into court and reading a jury instruction designed to bring the case to a resolution. "It is your duty to agree upon a verdict if you can do so," Lenard told the jury of six men and six women, who have been debating the group's guilt or innocence for six days.

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