Suspect in Lottery Winner's Murder Cries During Her Trial

Doris "Dee Dee" Moore swindled money from Florida lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare, then fatally shot him and buried his body, prosecutor Jay Pruner said Wednesday during opening statements at Moore's trial. Moore, 40, is charged with first-degree murder. Her defense attorney, Byron Hileman, told jurors in the Tampa courtroom that Moore was innocent, and that the evidence against her was circumstantial. He said that Moore's gun may have been used to shoot Shakespeare, but noted that...Full Story
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