The case of a perpetually angry loner accused of sexually assaulting and murdering a jogger in Queens, New York, has been declared a mistrial. On the last day of the emotional trial Tuesday, prosecutors said Chanel Lewis, 22, (top) had no girlfriend, no friends, no job and was 'angry all the time' when he decided to vent that anger on 30-year-old Karina Vetrano (bottom), killing her in an otherwise random attack in August 2016. 'On this day he took his anger out on a pretty young woman, a girl in a halter top', District Attorney Brad Leventhal said. A mistrial was declared Tuesday evening. Jurors said they were split and that it didn't seem as though they would make progress one way or another by deliberating any further. Vetrano is seen inset in surveillance footage shortly before she was attacked.
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