But first the accountant on trial for murder for allegedly killing his boss. Painting Andy brown as a man who was desperate when he knew his number was up. We have the story. Reporter: Prosecutors say... See More
But first the accountant on trial for murder for allegedly killing his boss. Painting Andy brown as a man who was desperate when he knew his number was up. We have the story. Reporter: Prosecutors say Andy brown is no mild-mannered account accountant. He's on trial for murder, accused of killing his boss. This was a cold-blooded killing by Mr. Brown. It was thought out. Reporter: Prosecutors told the jury the 37-year-old shot and killed his boss at his office near Cal ma swru, Michigan, last year. He hired brown even though he was convict ed of 'em beszlement many 2005 and lost his license. He started doing it again, and when confronted by his mentor, brown silenced his boss forever. There is nobody else that would come to mind that would want to do this. They testified the two men had a heated argument the day before the murder. Brown has pleaded not guilty, and defense attorneys point out the client had no reason to hurt the victim, a man that was generous to him. There is no motive. And the evidence pointing to somebody else. The motive he was accused and caught embessling from the client. And he caught him. Reporter: Looking for justice for a forgiving boss. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Los Angeles. Really interesting. You have classic issues of motive and alibi. So you get the classic elements of a very typical murder trial here. Making it a really interesting case. The fact they worked together, it's interesting. Yeah. Get an update of the top stories from Ron.
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