Smollett case day 2: Detective testifies he originally thought this was a real hate crime

Smollett case day 2: Detective testifies he originally thought this was a real hate crime

Jury selection and opening statements in the trial of Jussie Smollett took place Monday. Today is day 2 of the trial and once again, Smollett entered the courthouse with most of his family surrounding him. His brother JoJo Smollett made a brief statement saying it had been “incredibly painful” to see his brother accused of something he didn’t do.

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