Judge declares mistrial in Seattle JCC shooter case after jurors deadlock

A mistrial has been declared for the man accused of the 2006 shootings at a Seattle Jewish center that left a woman dead and five others wounded. Jurors had indicated in questions posed to the judge that they were hopelessly deadlocked over whether Naveed Haq was not guilty by reason of insanity as he claims. The judge declared a mistrial Wednesday on the eighth day of deliberations. Prosecutors say they will retry Haq on murder and attempted murder charges. Jurors acquitted him of one of the 15 counts against him.