One of the biggest hurdles facing federal prosecutors in the $20 million fraud trial of psychic Rose Marks is convincing jurors they should feel sorry for the so-called victims.
In closing arguments Wednesday, prosecutors acknowledged that many might cynically dismiss claims by those who testified they gave Marks millions to speak to spirits.
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