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FILE -- This is a police booking photo provided on Wednesday, Dec.1, 2010 by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department picturing Gabe Watson, 33, from Alabama. Watson, who served prison time in Australia for the death of his bride during their honeymoon, is going on trial accused of murdering her. A judge will consider motions and begin jury selection Monday, Feb. 13, 2012 in Birmingham for the trial of 34-year-old Watson. He is accused of killing newlywed bride Tina Thomas Watson. She drowned during a scuba dive in Australia just days after her wedding in October 2003. (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department)

FILE -- This is a police booking photo provided on Wednesday, Dec.1, 2010 by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department picturing Gabe Watson, 33, from Alabama. Watson, who served prison time in Australia for the death of his bride during their honeymoon, is going on trial accused of murdering her. A judge will consider motions and begin jury selection Monday, Feb. 13, 2012 in Birmingham for the trial of 34-year-old Watson. He is accused of killing newlywed bride Tina Thomas Watson. She drowned during a scuba dive in Australia just days after her wedding in October 2003. (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department)

Watson acquitted of Honeymoon murder

February 24, 2012

Gabe Watson was acquitted of capital murder charges in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife Tina on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain.