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The jury in the second Michael George murder case found the former comics retailer and convention organizer guilty today, according to the Detroit Free Press.
George, 51, was accused of fatally shooting his wife, Barbara, on July 13, 1990 in the back room of their Clinton Township (Mich.) comic book store. This is George’s second trial and second guilty verdict. Macomb County Circuit Judge James Biernat Sr. overturned the first verdict, citing prosecutorial misconduct and the release of new evidence that could lead the jury to believe another person was responsible for the murder of Barbara George. The first trail resulted in George being sentenced to life in prison before it was overturned.
The jury deliberated Thursday, Friday and today for a total of about 14 hours before delivering the verdict.