Criminal Defense History

SEATTLE — In the Carnation murder case, a woman who has not yet faced a jury is now the focus at her boyfriend’s trial.

Joe McEnroe could face the death penalty in the killings of Michele Anderson’s six family members. He has admitted to police his part in shooting and killing his girlfriend’s family, including pulling the trigger on her young niece and nephew.

But on Thursday, jurors heard from another one of Anderson’s former boyfriends, Marc Mann. He called her unstable and told them he’s not surprised she turned violent.

“I knew she was eventually going to hurt someone,” said Mann. “You have a feeling. You just know it’s going to happen.”

McEnroe’s defense team continues to focus on Michele Anderson, who they say pushed McEnroe into taking part in the killings.

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