STAMFORD - The co-conspirator in the trial of a man accused of killing Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel testified for the prosecution this afternoon.
Leonard Trujillo testified today that his cousin, Carlos Trujillo, asked him to murder the real estate developer.
Leonard Trujillo entered a plea deal in connection with the murder. He told prosecutors that he met his cousin at a strip club, where Carlos Trujillo then told him that he was looking for someone to kill his boss.
He is expected to continue testifying on Friday.
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