Daisy Feud - George Trusley case - Kingsport Times-News P1 6MAR49
may. 20 Years Each In Feud Death The 11-man jury deliberated per employers' the fg",'^' o t h i n g , T h c d f , f p n s o Saturday night filed simply m o t i o n f o r ,, ncw tria , n f t c r h i n t o ' t h e verdict l a j The defendants had no make after hearing the verdict. All appeared surprised and down- Chattanooga, Tenn.--/P--Three! men were sentenced to 20 years! and one day here Saturday night after their conviction of first grec murder in the second Daisy One juror, a Seventh Day Adventist. was excused from service service when court adjourned Friday night because" Saturday was his Sabbath day. Trusley was slain by a shotgun blast on the porch of his home. According to his wife's testimony, he "fooled with'whisky." Coleman and Leming, along Mark Leming and Tommy Frederick, Frederick, recently were sentenced to years in the slaying of Samuel j David Wilcox on the mountain Sept. 9. The men have beenj granted a new trial in that case, Coleman has been wounded in w e r e upon cast. A sentence of 20 y e a r brought in by the jury, but one was added at the suggestion of Judge Raulston Schoolficld to differentiate differentiate the first degree verdict from a second degree decision. The defendants testified they were on Daisy Mountain when Trusley was killed at his home Chattanooga. Coleman was identified as the slayer by George Trusley, Jr., 15.