TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The jury has found Michael Bever guilty on all six counts: five counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault with intent to kill.
The jury began deliberating Wednesday after hearing closing arguments from the state and defense in the Michael Bever murder trial.
Bever was accused of murdering his parents and three of his siblings with his brother, Robert Bever.
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The last thing that jurors heard before leaving the courtroom was the 911 call from the night of the murders.
The defense argued that Michael was torn between fear, love and admiration of his brother, Robert, during the killings. They don't believe Michael killed anyone.
The state's closing arguments quoted Michael from a journal entry, which read, "Once upon a time, there were two brothers named Michael and Robert who hated their family, so they killed them. The End."
Throughout this trial, the defense has aimed at putting all of the blame on Robert Bever, and today they told the jurors the only thing Michael is guilty of is being stuck in a room with his mentally ill brother.