Transcript for Florida Lotto Winner Murder Trial: Jury Selection Underway
Let's get to the lottery murder trial in florida. Dee dee moore is accused of ing a jackpot winner out of millions before shooting him in cold blood. Steve osunsami is covering it all. I wouldn't trust dee dee moore as far as I can throw her. Reporter: Harsh words. After police found the body of abraham shakespeare buried in moore's back yard and covered in concrete. The person who convinced him she was there for his best interest, was dee dee. Reporter: Abe shaeare went from washing dishes and working garbage trucks to the good life. When he walked into this minimart and bought the quick pick ticket that won him millions of dollars. I with walk the street like a normal person. I have people coming up, asking for money. Reporter: By 2009, he had burnt through much of the money, paying off the mortgages of families and friends. That's when he met dee dee moore. Are you a murderer? No. Reporter: She had a different look in court monday. But she always maintained it was a business relationship, where she promised to manage his money and make it last. Here she is two years ago, saying she did nothing wrong. Everything with the money was done properly, professionally. There's no jury that's going to convict me. They're saying that I took a gun, put it up and killed another human being. And I would never, ever, er, ever do that. Reporter: Authorities say shakespeare was shot twice in the chest by a .38 caliber pistol that belonged to moore. And there's this surveillance, where she is in a walm buying duct tape and plastic sheeting. And what was she doing in his mansion and spending his money while he was missing. Who did, dee dee? Reporter: Investigators say she keeps changing her story. The jury that could decide this case should be seated this afternoon. For "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta.
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