"I didn't know how it was going to break down (the verdict) I just broke down and cried," said Loren Moreno.
It's been a relief of sorts for Loren Moreno who's following closely every development in the criminal trials of Mark Tucker and Carrie Blackford. He's keeping himself up to date on why his family was gunned down and killed in August of 2005.
"It's been a long year every Wednesday for the last several months I don't think I ever missed a hearing," said Moreno.
For the past week and a half Loren sat through painful testimony and evidence, even having to hear the last minutes of his daughter's life on her call to 911. Moreno said at least now he knows Tucker has to own up for the part he played in delivering James Moran to his door step.
It's not case closed for Loren who hopes new information will someday reveal why his family was the one chosen to die such a horrible death.