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Postponed: Trial for Australian athlete murdered out of ‘boredom’ delayed

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Christopher Lane

DUNCAN, Okla. – The murder trial for two of the teens charged in the murder of an Australian baseball player has been postponed.

According to KSWO, Chancey Luna and Michael Jones had been scheduled to go to trial this month for the murder of Christopher Lane.

Luna’s attorneys filed a motion to postpone until the state provides them with cell phone records.  Both of their trials have been postponed until April. Duncan murder suspects

A third teen, James Edwards Jr., is charged as a juvenile with accessory to murder after the fact.

Prosecutors allege Luna was the shooter and Jones was the driver of a car that also carried Edwards Jr.

Police have claimed Jones said the three teenagers shot Lane because they were bored.

Luna and Jones both pleaded not guilty to their charges this past March.

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