ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Prosecutors wrapped up their case Thursday in the sentencing trial of a mass murderer.
Jamie Underwood's defense lawyers will begin presenting their case Monday.
A judge will decide whether Underwood gets the death penalty for killing six Hispanic men during a series of home invasion robberies in 2005. Over the last three and a half days, victims families and people who survived the attacks testified. Thursday, Tift District Attorney Paul Bowden entered several blood stains into evidence.
He also said the night before the murders in Tifton, Underwood's fingerprints were found on an unscrewed light blub in a home invasion in Omega. In September, Underwood pleaded guilty to all charges against him.
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