Detective suggests Wafer should have shot purported “second attacker;” defense pounds on evidence collection and analysis; Medical examiner on direct examination
We’re back for day 5 of the second degree murder trial of Theodore Wafer in the shooting death of Renisha McBride on his front porch in the early morning hours of November 2, 2013. As has been the case since mid-day of day 1, Judge Hathaway still refuses the trial to be live-streamed.
Detective Sgt. Stephen Gurka, Dearborn Heights PD, on Cross-Examination
Dr. Kilak Kesha, Assistant Wayne County Medical Examiner, Performed Autopsy
As promised, here’s Dr. Kesha’s autopsy report of Renisha McBride:
We’ll be back this evening with out end-of-day wrap-up of day 5 of the trial.
[NOTE: Images of trial postings from the live blog of the Detroit Free Press have been removed at their request.]
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