The trial continues Thursday in Cassopolis for Keith Lintz. He is accused of two counts of murder for the deaths of John and Carolyn Tarwacki, killed in their Niles Township home in February 2010. So far, prosecutors have been unable to physically link Lintz to the scene, as DNA evidence did not match him. Several people have, however, testified this week that he confessed to them at different times. Among them is an ex-girlfriend who he is charged with assaulting in Tennessee. The judge did not allow those charges to be brought up in court this week. Krista Mehl testified that Lintz confessed he'd killed two people, but added the state of Michigan couldn't catch him because authorities are "too stupid." Today will be the seventh day of the trial.
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