Senn is a trained EMT. He determined that Mike was dead after securing the weapons.
He then tried to calm Tim down. Tim told him, "Rick, that mother----er, killed my brother and shot me."
Pros hands Senn a photo. Senn identifies it as a photo of a bullet hole in a wall.
He hands him a couple more photos.
He explains that they are blood smudges that appeared to have resulted from someone grabbing the wall as they were falling.
The bullet hole is actually in the front door, not a wall.
Pros is now showing the photo of the blood smudges to the jury. The photo shows red streaks on the wall under a lightswitch.
Senn is now diagraming the placement of these things on the easel.
Pros asks Senn about bullet holes in a window.
He is now diagraming the position of the window.
Pros produces a photo of the window.
Pros hands Senn a number of other photos. Asks him to describe what they depict.
These photos are of casings, shrapnel and bullets recovered at the scene of the shooting.
Pros will now show these photos to the jury.
Pros is asking about Senn's observations about the casings, etc.
Pros now produces a photo of the mask from the stove. Asks Warren if he took these photos. He says he did.
Pros puts photos on projector.
Warren Also recovered a pistol holster from the Langord household in a room where Colton Langord told him Whitman was staying.
Pros now produces a coat Warren recovered from the Langord household the day after the shooting.
Pros asks him whether it matches the coat worn by the man in the security footage from the gas station. He says it does.
Pros is now going over other ballistics evidence collected and logged by Warren in the course of his investigation.
This evidence includes more .223 casings recovered from Borner's residence.
Warren also interviewed Richard Whitman on the night of the incident.
At 8:52 p.m. Warren spoke to Whitman for the first time. Warren had called Whitman earlier and left a message.
Warren told Whitman that he needed to meet with him right away. Warren asked Whitman where he was. Whitman laughed and hung up.
Warren again made contact with Whitman shortly after he was taken into custody. He interviewed him later.
Warren says Whitman was agitated and upset.
Pros asks about intoxication.
Warren says he had an odor of alcohol on his breath and person. Speech was not slurred. His balance was "fine" except for "him having a bad leg."
Pros produces a video recording of Warren's interview with Whitman.
This tape will be played to demonstrate Whitman's state of sobriety, much like the portion of Borner's interview with Ternes.
The interview took place about four hours after the shooting.
The tape is played and stopped.
Warren will now read portions of his interview with Whitman.
The first line he reads is Whitman's: "If it goes down on who's taking credit for pulling the trigger, I'll do that."
Whitman goes on to blame Mike Padilla for escalating the situation.
Whitman: "I'm not saying he didn't have it coming."... I'm just saying I didnt't mean for that to happen.
Whitman again blames Mike.
Whitman: "It couldn't have happend to a better f---er."
Whitman says the shooting happened fast.
Again, this is Warren adding a transcript of his interview with Whitman.
Whitman suggests the shooting was in self defense.
Whitman seems to suggest that he and Borner did not bring any weapons to the apt.
Whitman: "I'm not sorry one bit about what happend, but I'm sorry it's on my ass."
Whitman says nothing was premeditated.