Murder suspects in Selah cold case seek separation

Murder suspects in Selah cold case seek separation
YAKIMA, Wash. -- It's back to court for two suspects accused in a Selah murder case that went cold more than a decade ago.

The suspects are fighting to be tried separately in court.

Michael Gorski and Frank Brugnone both face murder charges for the death Carolyn Clift in 1997.

Prosecutors want to try them together.

A judge already ruled against trying them separately. Defense attorneys for the suspects are also fighting for prosecutors to remove a redaction of information in their initial police interviews.

Another hearing is planned for Friday.