The second trial of blogger Harold “Hal” Turner, the New Jersey white supremacist charged with threatening to kill three Chicago federal judges, has resulted in a second mistrial.

At the end of their second full day of deliberations Wednesday, the jurors sent a note to the judge stating that another day of deliberations would be useless, the third time they reported they believed a unanimous verdict was impossible.

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