Man charged in Lebanese neighbor's death will not testify
February 2, 2018
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma man charged with a hate crime in the fatal shooting of his Lebanese neighbor will not testify during his murder trial.
After prosecutors rested their case Thursday, 63-year-old Stanley Majors told the judge he's decided not to take the witness stand.
Majors is charged with first-degree murder and a hate crime in the 2016 death of 37-year-old Khalid Jabara in Tulsa.
He has pleaded not guilty. Defense attorneys say he had untreated schizophrenia and experienced a "psychotic episode" during the homicide, although he's been found competent for trial.