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Jury in Rockefeller kidnap trial weighs insanity definition

Question to judge heartens defense

Defense attorney Jeffrey Denner (above left) and prosecutor David Deakin (above right) spoke yesterday as jurors deliberated the fate of Clark Rockefeller (seated right, with lawyer Tim Bradl) at Suffolk Superior Court. Defense attorney Jeffrey Denner (above left) and prosecutor David Deakin (above right) spoke yesterday as jurors deliberated the fate of Clark Rockefeller (seated right, with lawyer Tim Bradl) at Suffolk Superior Court. (Photos By David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / June 11, 2009

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The Suffolk Superior Court jury charged with deciding the fate of the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller spent a third day deliberating kidnapping and assault charges, specifically whether the German national knew that what he was doing was morally and legally wrong. (Full article: 567 words)

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