Guam - Jury deliberations have come to a standstill in the ongoing police trial. Yesterday, the jury requested playback of Owen Moni's testimony. Moni - who alleges he was beaten so severely by police that his spleen ruptured, forcing him to have emergency surgery to save his life - spent more than five days on the witness stand.
His testimony is nine hours long.
While copies of his testimony was provided to attorneys today, the judge is giving them through the weekend to review it and present objections and comments when the court reconvenes at 9am Monday.
Following those issues being resolved, only then will jurors continue deliberating.