Convicted killer’s hearing ends when witness admits to hallucinating during testimony

A convicted murderer’s preliminary hearing came to an abrupt end Thursday when Cleveland County prosecutors’ star witness indicated he saw his alter ego present in the courtroom during his testimony.

BY ANDREW KNITTLE Published: July 13, 2012
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NORMAN — A convicted murderer’s preliminary hearing came to an abrupt halt Thursday when Cleveland County prosecutors’ star witness indicated he saw his alter ego present in the courtroom during his testimony.

Brandon Ke Reed, who...

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