Monday held closing arguments in the Woodburn bank bombing case. Father and son, Bruce and Joshua Turnidge, on trial for aggravated murder for building and planting a bomb that killed two police officers and critically injured a third. Matt Kemmy with the State reminded the jury of evidence seized in the case; showing graphic photos of the officers' mangled bodies. Defense attorneys argued the State refused to acknowledge Trooper Bill Hakim's fatal mistakes while examining the device. They also said the State exaggerated comments made decades ago to vilify Bruce Turnidge. Joshua Turnidge's attorneys maintain he did not know of any plot to bomb a bank, despite his purchase of items connected to the case.