Prosecutor: Seattle JCC shooter was trying to send message, and now must pay

A prosecutor told jurors Thursday that a man charged with a fatal shooting at a Jewish center knew right from wrong but was using murder to get out a message. "The cost of that message was high and now it must be paid," prosecutor Don Raz said in his closing argument in the trial of Naveed Haq, who has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murder and attempted murder. Raz said the way Haq went about killing a woman and wounding five others at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle in July 2006 showed he clearly could perceive the nature of his actions and was not insane. The case was expected to go to the jury by the end of the day Thursday after the defense attorney's closing arguments.