Closing arguments in Jahi Turner trial leave many unanswered questions

first_img Posted: March 13, 2018 Closing arguments in Jahi Turner trial leave many unanswered questions KUSI Newsroom, SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A 2-year-old boy was injured and died in San Diego 16 years ago while his stepfather did nothing to get him care, a prosecutor said Tuesday, but a defense attorney told a jury that there were still many unanswered questions in the case.In her closing argument, Deputy District Attorney Nicole Rooney said that Jahi Turner died on the second day he was being watched by Tieray Jones, either by inflicted injury or as the result of an accident. Jones got rid of the child’s body and fabricated a story that Jahi was kidnapped from a park about a mile from their Golden Hill apartment, the prosecutor alleged.Jones, 39, was watching Jahi while his wife and the child’s mother, Tameka Jones, was out to sea with the Navy. The defendant had no money and was frustrated with Jahi wetting the bed, Rooney said.In 2002, Jones told police that Jahi disappeared the afternoon of April 25 when Jones went to buy a drink from a vending machine. On the witness stand, the defendant admitted that he actually lost Jahi two hours earlier.“You make up a story like this to get away with murder,” Rooney told the jury. “The word of an admitted liar, that is all you have.”The prosecutor said the tot was never seen after April 22. Two days later, neighbors saw the defendant carrying three full large trash bags toward a Dumpster, Rooney said, telling jurors that Jahi “was thrown away like a piece of trash.”The child’s body was never found.Jones told his wife that Jahi fell off the bed and hit his head. The defendant wrote in a journal that Jahi was “lethargic” and was “not really moving” two days before he reported him missing.“I don’t want him (Jahi) hating me for something I can’t control,” the defendant wrote.Deputy Public Defender Courtney Cutter told the jury that police focused on Jones ever since he called 911 to report his stepson missing.“Mr. Jones has always, always been their guy,” Cutter said of law enforcement.Cutter said Jones may not have been the “best guy,” but wasn’t a man who would “watch his stepson die and throw him away in the garbage.”“He’s an imperfect father but not a reluctant one,” Cutter said.Jones was flawed, but wasn’t a cold-blooded killer, his attorney told the jury.“If he (Jones) killed him for wetting the bed, why is he writing about it the next day?” Cutter said in his closing argument.Jones was arrested in April 2016 in North Carolina and brought back to San Diego to face charges of second-degree murder and child abuse. Judge Joan Weber dismissed the child abuse count following the prosecution’s case.Jury deliberations were to begin Wednesday. March 13, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Motorolas rumored foldable Razr shown off in purported renders

first_imgMotorola will sell its first foldable phone, likely the Razr, this summer. Óscar Gutiérrez/CNET Motorola’s rumored to be working on a foldable update to its iconic Razr phone. A new set of leaked images could give us a look at the revamped Razr.Purported press renders of a foldable Motorola Razr were posted to /Leaks on Sunday. The images show a Razr-branded phone with a long, continuous display. One image shows the phone bent 90 degrees. Another appears to show what’ll come along with the phone — earbuds, charging cable — in its prism-shaped box. Foldable Phones Motorola Tags The foldable Motorola Razr is rumored to have a 6.2-inch interior display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor. Rumors also point to the phone having a small exterior screen that could double as a track pad and suggest that Google Assistant will play a big role.Motorola said it’s their policy to “neither confirm nor deny rumors” related to their products.Originally published April 29, 10:04 a.m. PT.Update, 10:26 a.m.: Adds more details and background.Update, May 1: Adds comment from Motorola.  1:54 Motorola, a unit of Chinese electronics giant Lenovo, plans to sell its foldable phone this summer. It’s expected to be a revival of the Razr brand, which The Wall Street Journal in January reported would be coming back with a $1,500 price tag. Motorola would just the latest contender in the new foldable phone market, which includes Huawei’s Mate X and Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. A patent filing uncovered by 91Mobiles in January included illustrations of what could be the new Razr phone. The illustrations suggest a similar design as the original, but instead of the interior space being divided by a hinge that splits the display and dial pad, the new Razr would be entirely display. This design appears to line up with the phone shown in the new set of purported renders. Share your voice Now playing: Watch this: #Motorola – #Razr – New Motorola RAZR (2019) leaks out https://t.co/jxoTZuUC9N pic.twitter.com/h2Y0NyCS3q— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) April 28, 2019 Galaxy Fold gives foldable phones a black eye Post a comment 0last_img read more