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UPDATE: Stairway blood central in Wells case closing arguments

James M. Wells, left, of Brooklyn, is on trial for murder in the June 12, 2011, fatal shooting of Schenectady High School basketball standout Eddie Stanley, right.
James M. Wells, left, of Brooklyn, is on trial for murder in the June 12, 2011, fatal shooting of Schenectady High School basketball standout Eddie Stanley, right.
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The defense attorney for the man accused of killing Eddie Stanley leaned on the forensic evidence in the case to show in her closing arguments that key witness accounts were not true. James Wells' defense attorney, Cheryl Coleman, pointed to blood-transfer evidence that she said showed that Stanley was on the 10th or 11th step of the stairwell when he was shot, Stanley's blood transferring to the wall there. Key witnesses for the prosecution, Coleman ...


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