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Michael Jones, 17, Chancey Luna, 16, James Francis Edwards Jr., 15. (credit: Stephens County Oklahoma Sheriff's Department via Getty Images)

Oklahoma Teen: Friends Thought Gun Used In Murder Of Australian Baseball Player Only Held Blanks

One of three boys accused in the fatal shooting of an Australian baseball player last summer said in court Tuesday that his friends believed the gun used in the crime contained only blanks.

02/04/2014

In this booking photo released by Stephens County Oklahoma Sheriff's Department, suspect Michael Jones, 17, of Duncan, Oklahoma is seen. Chancey Luna, 16, along with James Francis Edwards Jr., 15, were charged with the murder of Christopher Lane, a 22-year-old Australian college baseball player, August 16, 2013 in Duncan, Oklahoma and Jones, 17, is being charged with accessory to first-degree murder after the fact and using a vehicle in the discharge of a weapon. (credit: Stephens County Oklahoma Sheriff's Department via Getty Images)

Teen Involved In Slaying Of Australian Athlete Seeks Juvenile Status

The attorneys for one of three Oklahoma teens charged in the shooting death of an Australian baseball player are asking that their client be tried as a juvenile rather than as a youthful offender.

09/24/2013

Michael Jones (left),  Chancey Allen Luna, and  James Francis Edwards have been  charged in connection with the death of Christopher Lane. (Photo credit: Getty Images News)

LA Activist Urges Civil Rights Leaders To Condemn Murder Of Australian Baseball Player

A Southland civil rights activist is calling on community leaders to publicly condemn the murder of an Australian baseball player.

08/22/2013

Australian Adam Scott won the Masters. (credit: Jim Watson/AFP)

Masters At A Glance: 1st Aussie Wins, Other Fun Facts

A glance at Sunday’s final round of the Masters at the 7,435-yard, par-72 Augusta National Golf Club.

04/14/2013

(credit: WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)

Qantas Grounds Fleet Worldwide In Labor Dispute

A labor dispute has prompted Australian-based Qantas to ground its entire fleet worldwide.

10/29/2011

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