Woman in Oklahoma high-rise death says she shoved husband in self-defense
TULSA — A window-safety consultant says the Tulsa apartment where Joshua Hilberling fell to his death had “unusually thin” windows that weren't well-maintained.
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Prosecutors also introduced a pair of crime scene photos showing a green canvas duffel bag packed and standing in the living room and a picture of the couples' closet. Half of the clothes were gone, and the items that were left appeared to be blouses and other women's clothing.
A detective testified Thursday that the luggage in the living room contained men's clothes, some of Joshua Hilberling's documents, a DVD player and some DVDs.
Prosecutors rested their case late Thursday.
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