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Jury Finds Man Guilty Of Murder In 2017 Stabbing Stoughton; phase of madness next

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Gaida’s friends testified that he was in good spirits for the hour before he died when he went to Radio Shack to buy parts for his stereo and chatted with his next-door neighbor about his stereo.

Bruno did not testify during the trial, which began on Monday.

Deputy chief medical examiner Agnieszka Rogalska said on Tuesday that she found 28 stab and cutting wounds on Gaida’s body, but some of them could be more than one stabbing or cutting motion. According to her, the handle of the knife was broken off, and a bent blade remained in Gaida’s neck.

In his closing arguments on Wednesday, Deputy District Attorney William Brown said he may never know exactly what happened, but evidence showed that Gaida, still holding the Radio Shack receipt, the items he bought, and the mail , which he brought inside, was attacked by Bruno. for unclear reasons.

“Mr. Bruno was in a bloody rage,” said Brown. “You may never know why. That is why I ask you to find him guilty. “

Stoughton murder trial begins, self-defense and insanity allegation

Eric Schulenburg, Bruno’s lawyer, said Bruno stabbed Gaida in self-defense after Gaida swung a knife at Bruno and threatened to kill him. He said that he tried to escape from Gaida, but was unable to leave the house and knocked over furniture to block Gaida’s path.

He said that Gaida first stabbed Bruno, which Bruno retained until minor injury, jumping from the knife. According to him, what Bruno did next, he did in self-defense.

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