> "“We have alleged that Wael Ali killed his twin brother, and he sits here presumed innocent,” prosecutor Doug Nelson said. “We will chip away at the innocence little by little by little,” he promised, “and what’s gonna be left is his obvious guilt.”
> Nelson warned the jury that there would be no DNA evidence, no fingerprints.
> “We don’t have DNA at the crime scene because with twins, they share DNA,” he said. “There’s no fingerprints on the murder weapon. There’s no murder weapon.” Just the hands of the killer."