Case resumes for man accused of killing family of six in St. Thomas

The trial of Michael McLean, who is accused of killing a family of six in St. Thomas in 2006, resumed Tuesday morning before the Home Circuit Court.
Defence attorney Carlton Collman again requested to be released from the case.
He insisted that there are sharp differences with Mr. McLean.
Presiding judge, Justice Bertram Morrison, again urged him to remain in the matter.
Mr. McLean has been conducting his own defence.

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