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Continued: Byron Smith calls dead Little Falls teens ‘vermin,’ not human

  • Article by: PAM LOUWAGIE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 24, 2014 - 6:54 AM

The video and audio came as part of a day that included Judge Douglas Anderson denying a request for a mistrial from Smith’s lawyers.

The lawyers contend they didn’t know about ballistics notes showing gunshot holes in Kifer’s hood were estimated to be from under 6 inches and under 12 inches away. Anderson gave them time to review a voluminous file.

Later, another investigator testified that he photographed the scene and found, among other things, a .22-caliber rifle in the shower, a surveillance system in the basement workshop that was reading off four cameras and a cellphone jammer on the kitchen counter.

When he plugged the jammer in, he testified, it worked.

 

Pam Louwagie • 612-673-7102

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