(Filed Under Financial and General Interest News). Former Lululemon Athletica employee Brittany Norwood was found guilty of killing co-worker Jayna Murray in the Bethesda, Md. store where they worked.
Defense attorneys admitted Norwood’s guilt from the beginning of the six-day trial. She was convicted of killing Murray, 30, who endured over 330 stabbing, beating and choking wounds before succumbing in the back hallway of the store on March 11.
"We are pleased to see justice done, and hope that this verdict brings a small measure of peace and closure to the tragic events that occurred last March," said Christine Day, C.E.O. of Lululemon Athletica, "We have all been deeply affected by the loss of Jayna Murray and the violation of our safe and loving store environment. The actions of Brittany Norwood that night are the antithesis of the values of our company and are not reflective of the outstanding people who work for Lululemon."
Norwood, 29, is facing life in prison without parole. Her sentencing is Jan. 27, 2012.
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