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Jury will view Brian M. Cooper video statement Tuesday

8:38 PM, Jun. 17, 2013
Brian M. Cooper, center, takes a look at people attending the first day of his trial as he is led into the Door County courtroom during an afternoon session.
Brian M. Cooper, center, takes a look at people attending the first day of his trial as he is led into the Door County courtroom during an afternoon session.
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The jury hearing the Brian M. Cooper trial in Door County Circuit Court is expected to start the day Tuesday watching the homicide suspect's first interview with an investigating officer.

Cooper, 36, of Plainfield, Ill., is charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of third-degree sexual assault in the Aug. 19 death of Alisha Bromfield, also of Plainfield, who was six months pregnant.

District Attorney Raymond Pelrine and defense attorney Shane Brabazon presented differing accounts of Bromfield's final hours during opening statements Monday. The ...

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