Simonsen only asks a question about the Ruger .204 rounds being fired from a .223 wearing. Jacobson says he can't answer it.
Dr. William Massello is called.
Massello is the state medical examiner. He is a forensic pathologist.
@sky: We won't post any speculation on the role of the zip ties in the shooting.
Massello is going over his credentials for the jury.
Pros has produced a copy of Massello's curriculum vitae for examination by the jury if they wish to review his credentials.
Pros has produced a copy of Massello's report on the autopsy he performed on Mike Padilla. It also includes a toxicology report on Mmike's body.
The toxicology report was not prepared by Massello.
Pros is showing Massello a photo of the wound in Mike's armpit.
Massello identifies it as a gunshot would and notes the soot clustered around the wound. Says the gun was maybe a quarter of an inch away.
Massello says the bullet entered the chest and hit the left lung, the heart and the spine.
Massello says the wound would be fatal within minutes of being inflicted.
Unless medial care was received.
Photo of second wound is shown.
Massello says this wound exhibits markings that indicate the gun was touching the body when fired.
This bullet punctured the right lung.
Both bullets were recovered in the victim's back.
The second wound would have also been fatal if left untreated.
Massello also makes note of what he calls a "grazing gunshot wound" in the skin of the scalp. Points out that this may have been a glancing blunt force blow.
Pros asks whether the buttstock of the AR-15 could have caused the wound on the head. He pantomimes with the gun in evidence. Massello indicates that this could have caused such a wound.
Pros asks about toxicology report.
Massello says traces of cannabis and methamphetamine were found.
Simonsen is asking about the wound on Mike's hand. Massello says this wound may have been caused by the victim placing his hand on the top of the gun, being caught in the slide.
Def shows the gun in evidence to Massello.
Asks if the injury could have been caused by placing the hand at the bck of the slide as well. Massello indicates that it may have been.
His first question is about the other evidence Massello examined during course of autopsy. Massello says he only relied on his own observations of the body and accompanying clothing.
Massello said he did not see the crime scene photos until after writing his report.
Def asks about the toxicology report. Massello answers that he cannot say when use of drugs took place nor the quantity.
Warren Wiedrich is called.
Warner is a detective with the Mercer Co. Narcotics Task Force.
Warren participated in the investigation of the shooting.
Warren is shown a photo of the assault rifle recovered from the scene. Pros asks about the stovepipe jam. Warren says this is an accurate depiction of what he found at the scene.
Pros produces evidence bag with bullets and magazine from AR-15. Warren identifies them as the items he placed in the bag.
Pros is now asking Warren about the ballistic tip bullets. Warren identifies them as such.
Pros hands Warren bullets found at Borner's residence. Asks whether they are identical to those founds at scene of shooting. He says they are.
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.