Testimony has ended in the Jon Burge perjury and obstruction of justice trial.
Defense attorneys for the former Chicago police commander accused of lying about the torture of suspects wrapped up their case Tuesday.
Closing arguments had been expected to begin Wednesday morning, but an "undisclosed emergency among the lawyers" has delayed that until Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Ricky Shaw, who is at the tail end of a 50-year sentence for armed robbery, testified Monday at Burge's perjury and obstruction of justice trial.
"[Jones] said he was never abused. He never got electroshocked, but that were other people who had already made the claim. He said he had lawyers and everybody dying to get on the case, that there were movie deals and book deals," Shaw said, dressed in an orange jumpsuit with shackled hands and feet hidden from jurors.
On cross examination, Assistant U.S. Attorney David Weisman tried to discredit Shaw, citing numerous times that Shaw had been disciplined for lying to authorities at various prisons around Illinois.
Kayman told the jury that he saw nothing out of the ordinary when he went to Area Two with a court reporter to take the statements.