After two months of drama and international intrigue in Miami's federal courthouse, the Herald reports this afternoon that a jury hasn't been able to reach a verdict in "the suitcase trial."
The complex case revolves around accusations that a Miami businessman tried to smuggle a suitcase full of cash from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to political ally Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez.
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Latin American media have followed the story closely, with camera crews parked in front of the Wilkie D. Ferguson Courthouse since jury deliberations began on Friday.
In a note read to the judge this afternoon, the jury's foreman wrote, ''We cannot reach a unanimous verdict," according to the Herald. The judge will have to decide whether to send the jury back to work or to declare a mistrial.