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Closing Arguments in Brown's Murder Trial

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After 14 years and countless dead ends, the trial of one of the men accused of the 1993 massacre at a fast food restaurant in Palatine is nearing an end.

Closing arguments are expected today in the trial of Juan Luna.

He's one of two men charged with killing seven people at a Brown's Chicken and Pasta Restaurant on a cold winter night.

The trial has been closely watched throughout, as the murders continue to reverberate through the Northwest Suburan community.

Stacy St. Clair has been covering the story for the Daily Herald and she joins us by phone.

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