Trial ends in killing of Gayle girlfriend
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 4:34 PM

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Assistant State's Attorney Ari Fisz said Yang spent months planning the death of Rhoni Reuter, who was gunned down in 2007 as she left her condo north of Chicago to go to work, the Chicago Tribune reported. He replayed conversations after the killing in which Yang, not realizing she was being recorded, described the killing to a friend.

William Hedrick, Yang's lawyer, said the prosecution did not produce any physical evidence that she was the killer. He said the story she told on tape was made up.

"The state says this case is a no-brainer, that this should be no problem for you," Hedrick said. "It only becomes a no-brainer if you substitute speculation for proof."

Yang is also charged with killing Reuter's unborn daughter.

Gayle testified for the prosecution during the two-week trial. He described Yang, a real estate agent, as a business associate helping him with his investments, but said the relationship occasionally became sexual.

The jury was expected to get the case late Tuesday.

Gayle, a cornerback/safety, played 10 seasons with the Bears.

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