As opening arguments began in the Neil Entwistle murder trial, the 16-member jury sat upright, clutching notebooks. Spectators packed the small courtroom. And two families sat 10 feet away from each other, but worlds apart.
On one side a family from Carver, Mass., grieving the loss of two family members and praying for justice. The other a family from Worksop, England, hoping the trial would end in exoneration, not a life sentence for their son.
In his opening arguments, defense attorney...Full Story