Jury Still Works In Honsch Murder Case

Jurors are deliberating in the murder  trial of Robert Honsch, the man accused of shooting his wife and dumping  her body in the Tolland State forest. 

Nearly two weeks of testimony in  the first-degree murder case were completed this week in Hampden  Superior Court. 

Deliberations began Wednesday afternoon, resumed  yesterday morning and will continue Friday morning. 

Honsch is also a  suspect in the fatal shooting of his daughter, whose body was found  behind a shopping center in New Britain, Connecticut in 1995, around the  same time as Marcia Honsch's body was discovered in Western  Massachusetts.

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