Security Video Shown in Day 3 of Deedy TrialUPDATED 9:54 PM HST Jul 10, 2013Video Transcript
For the first time we are seeing INSIDE the Waikiki McDonalds ... where a 23- year-old man was shot dead by a federal agent. Attorneys on both sides believe... it's the video that shows THEIR client was on the defense. KITV4's Lara Yamada is back from Circuit Court... Where Day 3 of the Christopher Deedy murder trial... gets intense. Lara. Deedy murder trial... gets intense. Lara. The video you're about to see begins at 2:23 am -- Saturday, November 5th, 2011. But what was said, AND DONE, in next 25 minutes... is now up for debate. Surveillance video taken from several cameras inside the Waikiki McDonalds is choppy, jerky -- recording every second or two. In those early morning hours, Special Agent Christopher Deedy, his friends Adam Bukowski and Jessica West, are the first to walk in. Then sitting in the first booth -- Deedy facing the cashier counter. With customers floating in and out: 12 minutes later, Kollin Elderts and Shane Medeiros arrive. Both men hanging at the counter. Gesturing. Then, glancing repeatedly at another customer Michel Perrine . But what happend in the next 5 minutes is KEY. Surveillance video showing Elderts sitting down. Deedy moving next to him. Elderts on his feet. The two face to face. Then the clash. Deedy on the ground. Back up. Arm Out. Then Elderts rushing forward. At 1:44: Lead Homicide Detective Peter Boyle said it was first of three shots fired. Seconds later, both men are down. Deedy gets up. Elderts does not. In court today, Deedy confirmed he told the officer first on scene, quote: "I have a gun. I shot him. I have a pocket knife." JUDGE AHN: 627 And it was knowing, vountary, and intelligent DET BOYLE: 750 Articles of clothing, red substance on the ground... Officers and emergency personnel arrive to find Deedy hovering over Elderts. OFC AIU: 46 There was nothing was remarkable in the walk to the car? Not that I can remember. Earlier in court today: the officer that walked Deedy out testified - that - was uneventful. But also, HIS photo evidence cannot be found. OFC AIU: 344 Right now that camera is missing. Yes sir. Several times, defense attorneys questioned whether police properly secured the scene -- or may have moved -- or misplaced evidence. They also say the officer who escorted Deedy to the hospital -- and said in his report Deedy quote -- "smelled of alcohol " -- later posted that on Facebook -- as well as that he thought Deedy was guilty. As it stands, with no audio on that McDonalds surveillance video -- what witnesses saw and heard -- will be critical to this case. Back to you.