Closings arguments at bouncer murder trial

June 2, 2009 2:33:40 PM PDT
Defense attorneys say a bouncer accused of killing graduate student Imette St. Guillen was framed. A defense attorney suggests Darryl Littlejohn was innocent and was framed by the bar's owner. Littlejohn has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. The parolee was working at a Manhattan lounge where St. Guillen was last seen alive on Feb. 25, 2006.

St. Guillen was studying criminal justice at John Jay College in Manhattan. The 24-year-old was from Boston.

Two women testified they were abducted in similar incidents.

They say a stocky man dressed in fatigues stopped them in 2005 and demanded their IDs.

Littlejohn already is serving 25 years to life for one of those kidnappings.


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