The defense made a three-hour closing argument in the gun-possession and bribery trial of Sean "Puffy" Combs
on Monday. "The evidence against Mr. Combs is so weak," insisted his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman
, who argued that witnesses who claimed they'd seen his client with a gun gave conflicting testimony. Brafman told the jury: "They want you to conclude [Combs's guilt] on the basis of two pimps from the street, a deadbeat dad and two people... that gave conflicting stories. [Their] testimony... has no logic, no merit and does not make sense."