Verdict Awards $5.1M in 2007 Killing of Guest at Motel 6

Verdict follows plaintiffs' claim that Albany hotel's lack of security was to blame in guest's death during holdup

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A Fulton County jury declared that the Motel 6 chain and its parent company must pay $5.1 million to the family of a man killed during a robbery attempt at an Albany motel nearly seven years ago, agreeing with the plaintiffs that the lack of adequate security at the hotel was in large part responsible for the slaying.

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