The Mountain Democrat has it's new edition up on the web. There's an article titled "Victim was shot at close range" and I can't see anymore of the article than the title and a bit of the first line of the article:
"In the Mario Lozano murder trial Wednesday a criminalist testifying for the prosecution revealed that the killer who shot Kacie Barron did so from just a few feet away. Lozano, 60, was living at Barr... "
That's it. Clicking on the link on the page just takes you to their login page where you're supposed to log in if you have a subscription for the paper. I wish someone living in Placerville who's got a subscription to the paper would email me the article! lol! I guess I'll have to wait for my brother to post later tonight... **sigh** Google is still no help. Apparently the only news organization that is covering this trial is the Mountain Democrat. Why couldn't they have waited until next month to do this "pay for online access" experiment. I wonder how long they'll be charging for people to look at their little paper. Think of the "big guys" who used to charge for viewing their online content. I remember back when even CNN made you pay to get into certain areas of their website. Same for the New York Times. And I think one of the Bay area newspapers did the same thing for a while. It's been a very long time since I've run across a news organization that makes you pay to see the news.
I'll see about doing an updated "Who's who" after my brother posts his notes. No point in it now since I've no clue who was on the stand there today.