Richard Beasley, the man accused of luring and killing men with a fake Craigslist job ad, took the stand today in his own defense.
Investigators claim that Beasley and Brogan Rafferty killed three people and wounded a fourth victim. Rafferty, a former Stow-Munroe Falls High School student, was found guilty on nine counts of aggravated murder and other charges in November for his part in the Craigslist killings.
According to a report from NewsNet5.com, Beasley told the jury he isn't responsible for the crimes.
"I had no idea that somebody, anybody, had been killed down on that farm. I had no way to know," Beasley said according to the News Channel 5 story.
To read more about what happened in the court room today, read the full NewsNet5.com story.