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Murder suspect denies shooting

Testimony in Stanley murder trial wraps up

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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James Wells continued his denial of shooting Eddie Stanley at a 2011 house party as testimony in the murder trial wrapped up Friday evening. He admitted being armed with a .357 pistol as a fight in a stairwell took place, but denied firing, also denying handling the .44 magnum revolver that killed the 15-year-old Stanley. In his statements to the prosecutor, Wells also sought to rebut testimony from at least one earlier witness who said ...


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