Jurrors in the Etan Patz murder trial have wrapped up deliberations for the thirteenth day without reaching verdict.
The jury is weighing the fate of Pedro Hernandez who is accused of killing the six year old Etan Patz in 1979.
Jurors are reviewing evidence in painstaking detail, even requesting spreadsheets to help them organize details.
Defense attorney Harvey Fishbein calls it a positive sign.
"I'm glad to see they're actually still talking, because they wanted to analyze their issues, because that's what spreadsheets are for, so, I'm optimistic that they'll be able to reach a verdict at some point, because they're still talking," Fishbein said.
Hernandez previously confessed to killing Patz.
Prosecutors say he admitted it to five different people, but Hernandez's defense says he's mentally ill, and hallucinated his involvement.
They say convicted pedophile Jose Ramos is the real killer.
Ramos used to know a girl who walked Etan home from school.
Etan Patz's body was never found.
He disappeared walking to his school bus stop in SoHo.