by Ashton Goodell
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A jury is now considering whether an Anchorage man killed his sister's boyfriend in self-defense or in cold blood.
After a long, drawn-out trial, Keane Crawford made a final plea to the jury Wednesday.
Crawford defended himself during the trial.
He claims his sister's boyfriend attacked him in 2008.
But witnesses said he was acting crazy and pulled a gun.
His sister said Crawford accused her boyfriend, Anthony Brown, of using mind-control on his children.
Crawford said Brown tried to attack him again. He says he fired and killed Brown in self-defense.
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