PALATINE Ill. A Cook County Criminal Court jury has found Juan Luna guilty of murdering seven employees in a shooting spree at a Brown's Chicken & Pasta restaurant in 1993, and will now consider whether he should be put to death. His alleged accomplice, James Degorski, remains to be tried. The prosecution's case focused largely on DNA evidence that linked Luna to the scene. The genetic material was found on discarded chicken bones taken from a restaurant garbage can at the crime ...

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