Nodarse's credibility challenged in Johnny Borizov trial
WHEATON – Jacob Nodarse's credibility faced an aggressive attack Tuesday from defense attorneys in the trial of Johnny Borizov, who stands accused of orchestrating the murders of Lori, Jeff and Michael Kramer in 2010.
Defense attorney Richard Kling repeatedly asked Nodarse about his drug use, alcohol abuse and mental state surrounding the night of the March 2 murders at the Kramer home in Darien.
On Tuesday, the fifth day of trial, Nodarse admitted he told a doctor he thought someone else was entering the Kramer home while he waited in the car. He said that's when he "heard the shots."
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