Pathologist Testifies In Selah Murder Trial

<p>Brugnone, Gorski, and their attorneys</p>

Brugnone, Gorski, and their attorneys

Trial for two men accused of stabbing a Selah woman to death in 1997 continues today.

This morning, a pathologist testified before the court, explaining the stab wounds found on Carolyn Clift -- the patholigist says clift suffered two stab wounds to the abdomen, and one to the back, which severed her spine.

Gorski is being tried by jury while Brugnone will hasve his verdict rendered by the judge as part of a bench trial.