Jurors to Decide Clinic Gunman Salvi’s Fate
In the murder trial of John Salvi, the case went to the jury Friday (3-15) to decide if the avowed gunman is insane or guilty of first-degree murder. The prosecution stated that regardless of Salvi’s supposed odd beliefs or eccentric personality, his plans against the clinics were too well thought-out for Salvi not to know that killing two women was wrong. The jury is composed of six women and six men and was to begin deliberations Saturday morning.
Media Resources: Reuters - March 16, 1996