There was more damaging testimony Monday against Nate Fujita, the young Wayland man on trial for the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend Lauren Astley.
This near-confession came out in testimony during his trial Friday as his cousin took the stand.
As Nate Fujita’s uncle took the stand Thursday morning, the usually stoic Fujita broke down in tears.
Prosecutors continued to build their case Wednesday against the Wayland High graduate standing trial for killing his ex-girlfriend.
Lauren Astley’s mother wept quietly in the courtroom Tuesday as she saw video of her daughter at work at the Natick Mall on the last day of her life.
Lauren Astley’s co-workers say she talked about being afraid the night she left work to meet with her ex-boyfriend, Nate Fujita. That was the last time they ever saw her.
If Nate Fujita was in the long-term grip of mental disorders that overwhelmed him, that’s one thing. But his lawyer has a very high mountain to climb to prove it.
The trial of a Wayland man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend began Wednesday.
The trial of a Wayland man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend is scheduled to get started.
A candlelight vigil will be held Tuesday evening to mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of a popular Wayland teenager.