SEATTLE (AP) - A jury has gone home for the weekend after the first day of deliberations in the case of Naveed Haq, who shot six women - one fatally - at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle two years ago.
The King County Superior Court jury is charged with deciding whether haq was legally insane at the time.
The trial of the 32-year-old Pasco man went to the jury Thursday after five weeks of testimony in King County Superior Court.
Jurors heard conflicting testimony from mental health experts about Haq's state of mind during the July 2006 attack.
The defense says Haq thought he was on a mission from God and was unable to tell right from wrong.
Prosecutors say the shooting was carefully planned and haq knew what he was doing.