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Edward Washington, second left, and Dwayne Moore, second right, stand in the courtroom with defense attorneys, from left, Helen Holcomb, John Cunha and John Amabile, on Wednesday, the day before the jury announced partial verdicts. (AP/Pool)
Edward Washington, second left, and Dwayne Moore, second right, stand in the courtroom with defense attorneys, from left, Helen Holcomb, John Cunha and John Amabile, on Wednesday, the day before the jury announced partial verdicts. (AP/Pool)

The surprising and long-awaited verdict in the so-called Mattapan massacre trial came around 2 p.m. on Thursday in Suffolk Superior Court. After seven days of deliberation, a jury acquitted Edward Washington, and was unable to reach a verdict against Dwayne Moore, the two defendants accused of one of the most horrific crimes in recent Boston history: the 2010 killing of four people, including a 2-year-old boy.

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This segment aired on March 22, 2012.

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