Asks if Borner's memory was pretty good.
Borner says his memory of that night was good. Didn't have too much to drink to remember what happened.
Pros: All it takes for you to get an AR-15 and go into someone's house with it is a little bit of weed?
Pros asks about the conversation with Nicole Binder.
He asks about the conversation about a "Mike."
Pros asks if he was talking about robbing this other Mike.
Borner says no. Indicates he was confused.
Borner says he didn't know the names of the people he and Whitman were planning on robbing.
Says he brought up this other Mike with regard to Nicole's sister Peyton. Borner says he was trying to take care of Peyton's drug problem. This had something to do with this other Mike.
Pros asks about how they determined who would get each gun.
Borner says there wasn't much discussion about it.
Pros asks how they decided who would drive. Borner says he was the only one with a license.
Pros is going through their approach to the apt.
Borner says he is off to Whitman's right side.
Pros asks Borner whether their actions up to that point had been agreed upon by both parties. He calls this an agreement.
Pros: So there's no question for the jury that you had an agreement?
Pros: We can end that debate, there is an agreement up to the point of getting to the door.
Borner indicates that there was. Focuses his response on the agreement to take the guns.
Pros will use a Mercer deputy and another man to reenact the events of the night. Pros will play Borner. Dep will play Whitman.
Other man represents the Padillas.
The deputy will actually wear Whitman's coat in evidence and carry the .22.
Apologies, the man is an intern with the sheriffs dept. Not a deputy.
Pros will wear a brown jacket that he evidently brought himself.
Pros now produces two masks asks Borner to pick one that's closest to the one he wore. He picks camouflage one. He's now carrying the AR-15.
Judge is describing what they are wearing for the record.
Intern and pros asks Borner to instruct him on how to hold the gun in the manner that he carried it that night.
Pros now instructs his cocouncil to place a pice of paper marked "Essential Elements of the Offense" on the projector. It outlines a portion of what the pros needs to prove to make his case.
Pros asks Borner what he would think if he were sitting at home and he and the intern waked in dressed like this with guns.
Pros: You have a life choice to make in that split second.
Pros: If you tried to get those guns and someone dies, who created that dangerous situation?
Borner: I guess it wouldn't have been a dangerous situation if they hadn't grabbed for the guns.
Pros again asks who is responsible for the dangerous situation.
Borner: I guess I don't know.
Pros continues to act out the scuffle.
Pros is describing the fight for the rifle.
Borner: As soon as the gun discharged a second time, he pulled it away from me and threw it.
Pros is now demonstrating how Mike Padilla is shot.
Borner does not know when Tim was shot.
Borner says he ran as soon as Tim wrestled the gun from him.
The demonstration has ended.
@Ron: I really can't. Our photographer has been taking photos. We'll post them later.