Lindsey Prosecutors Make Final Push Before Jury Deliberations

“They joined a corrupt enemy,” one of the prosecutors told the jury, as a dozen Lindsey employees, some in company windbreakers, crowded into the Los Angeles courtroom to hear closing arguments in the case.

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