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The defendant, Bartholomew Granger, left, enters court Monday morning, April 22, 2013,for the start of his trial in Galveston, Texas. Testimony has begun today in Galveston in the relocated capital murder trial of Granger, who is on trial in the shooting death of Minnie Ray Sebolt at the Jefferson County Courthouse. According to his indictment, Granger was trying to shoot a witness in an aggravated sexual assault trial in which he was the defendant and accidentally hit Sebolt.

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