By Kathy and Finn
GRETNA, La. (Reuters) – The case of a man accused in the 2012 murder and dismemberment of a New Orleans nightclub dancer went to a jury on Friday after the man testified he did not commit the crime.
The testimony of Terry Speaks, 42, came near the end of a four-day trial that brought grisly evidence, including photos of dancer Jaren Lockhart’s body parts and a witness who suggested her killers had cut tattoos off her body to prevent the identification of her remains.
— Kathy Nieland is U.S. Sustainability and Climate Change leader for global accounting and advisory firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. She also serves on the independent, not-for-profit Carbon Disclosure Project. The views expressed are her own. —
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