Friday, February 23, 2007

Emily Rimel: Jury selection begins in trial of her suspected murderer

I mentioned a little while ago, I think when I posted about the man Tanya Kach ran away with, that I would try to get better at posting updates on the trials of those who harmed some of the people I had featured on here. Well, I am going to be busy for a little while, because the trial of Lindsay Bruce, who is most likely guilty of murdering little five-year-old Emily Rimel, is about to begin.
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Jury Selection To Begin In Emily Rimel Murder Trial

Thursday, Feb 22, 2007 - 06:31 PM
Nancy Burton
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Jury selection will begin Friday in the case of a man
accused of killing a 5-year-old girl.
Emily Rimel went missing from her home
in December of 2004. Two weeks after her disappearance, police arrested family
friend Lindsey Bruce in connection with the case, NBC 4's Nancy Burton reported.
Bruce was charged with kidnapping and rape after Rimel's DNA was allegedly
found on his genitalia, Burton reported.
According to authorities, Bruce was
a friend of the Rimel family and had been at their home the night Emily went
Ten months after Rimel went missing, a jury found Bruce guilty of
kidnapping, but not rape.
A judge sentenced him to the maximum 10 years in
prison while police continued to search for the girl's body.
Nine months
after Bruce's sentencing, the 5-year-old's remains were found along Big Walnut
In June 2006, Bruce was charged with Rimel's murder, Burton reported.

If convicted, Bruce could be sentenced to death.
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