Defense offers no case; closing arguments Wednesday
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MILFORD, Pa. (Tuesday, April 18) - Eric Frein of Canadensis is charged in a sniper attack killing one state trooper and injuring another. 

MILFORD, Pa. (Tuesday, April 18) - Eric Frein of Canadensis is charged in a sniper attack killing one state trooper and injuring another.
The prosecution is finished presenting evidence in the Eric Frein trial in Milford, and has rested. The defense has also rested, without presenting a case.
Autopsy photos of Cpl. Bryon Dickson's bloody body and blood-stained ballistic vest and shirt were presented to the jury Tuesday morning, the 10th day of his accused killer's trial.
Eric Frein of Canadensis is charged in a sniper attack leaving Dickson dead and Trooper Alex Douglass wounded at the entrance to the state police Blooming Grove barracks Sept. 12, 2014. Frein was captured in Pocono Township after a 48-day manhunt following the shootings.
Tuesday's testimony followed Monday's testimony by Douglass and other law enforcement personnel. Evidence presented earlier includes a computer-animated recreation of the shootings and a computer-generated map retracing Frein's alleged footsteps through the woods of Pike and Monroe counties during the manhunt prior to his arrest.
Closing arguments are set for Wednesday.

[Editor’s note: The trial began two weeks ago, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Following closing arguments, the jury will deliberate on a verdict. Updates will be posted as they become available at www.neagle.com.]