Survivor of Boston shooting says he saw gunman
BOSTON (AP) -- A man paralyzed after he was shot during a drug-related robbery in Boston two years ago that left three adults and a toddler dead has testified in court that he saw the shooter.
Marcus Hurd, the only survivor of the September 2010 attack in the city's Mattapan neighborhood, took the stand Monday in the retrial of suspect Dwayne Moore. Closing statements are expected to start Tuesday.
Moore has pleaded not guilty to four counts of first-degree murder.
Hurd testified in Moore's first trial that he did not see his shooter. The trial ended in acquittal for one suspect and a mistrial for Moore.
But Hurd changed his story and testified in the second trial that he did recognize Moore as the shooter.