Notebook: A Month Into R. Kelly's Trial, Here's What It's Been Like In The Courtroom

Notebook: A Month Into R. Kelly's Trial, Here's What It's Been Like In The Courtroom

Notebook: A Month Into R. Kelly's Trial, Here's What It's Been Like In The Courtroom Editor's note: This report includes allegations of sexual and physical abuse. The federal trial against R. Kelly in New York is now almost at the end of its fourth week of testimony. Dozens of witnesses for the prosecution, including 11 alleged victims, have appeared on the stand in this case, in which the R&B superstar stands accused of running a criminal enterprise not unlike the mob. In this case, the government says, the purposed of that enterprise was to "prey upon young women and teenagers" and lure them into sexual relationships. When jurors were selected early last month, Judge Ann Donnelly told them that the trial would take about a full month after testimony began …
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