POSTED: Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 6:00pm
UPDATED: Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 6:09pm
Day two of trial for Montana newlywed accused of pushing he husband off a cliff. On Tuesday the accused brother testified. Emily Adamson reports.
(KECI) Day two of the trial of a Kalispell, Montana newlywed accused of murdering her husband was an emotional one.
Jordan Linn Graham's teenage brother took the stand facing his sister in the federal courtroom.
And for the first time the court saw emotion from Graham who's typically quiet and reserved.
Graham is accused of intentionally pushing her husband Cody Lee Johnson off a cliff in Glacier National Park in July.
Tuesday, Michael Rutledge, 16, took testified in court, telling them the jurors he was among a group of Graham's friends and family who went to the park, twice, to looking for Johnson.
Rutledge said he thought it was odd graham insisted on only looking near 'The Loop' trail in the park.
"My thoughts are why are we only going to this spot," he said. But he didn't speak up. He just went along.
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