Stamford chef murder trial starts today

The trial is expected to begin today for the man accused of brutally murdering his uncle and cutting up his body.Joe Vuli was a chef

STAMFORD - The trial is expected to begin today for the man accused of brutally murdering his uncle and cutting up his body.

Joe Vuli was a chef from Stamford who disappeared in 2004.

Police believe Vuli's nephew and business partner Marash Gojcaj killed Vuli after an argument at their restaurant.

The trial will be held in Danbury.

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