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U.S. jurors are preparing to hear opening statements in a trial for an Oklahoma man accused of first-degree murder and a hate crime in the slaying of his Lebanese neighbor.Numerous attempts on part of the Jabara family were made to amend the situation, including two protective orders that Majors violated, only to have him released eight months after his incarceration right back into his adjacent household.Just days before he was killed, Jabara learned that Majors was armed, The Washington Post reported, adding that he called 911 to express fear of what might happen.
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