The Christopher Deedy trial had some courtroom drama Wednesday as the prosecution called its last witness in the second murder trial for the federal agent.
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Staff brought in displays and high-chairs from McDonald's, like the ones in the Waikiki Restaurant where Deedy shot and killed 23-year-old Kollin Elderts.
McDonald's customer Alexander Byrd says he missed the initial exchange between the two men.
He had his back turned when defense attorneys say Deedy identified himself as a federal agent, but Byrd says he did witness much of the fight that ended in a death in November 2011.
In his reenactment, Byrd says he saw Elderts on top of Deedy, pinning his body and arms, as the two struggled with each other.
Contrary to testimony by others, Byrd says he already heard four shots before the two men hit the floor and says he saw spots of blood on the ground.
"Initially Mr. Deedy was firing. It didn't seem to be hitting Kollin. It was just everywhere. So, I didn't want to take the risk of catching a stray bullet," said Byrd. "I saw the back of the toy display. That's all I saw from there."
In the cross examination, defense attorney Tom Otake poked holes in Byrd's testimony.
For one, Byrd said the scene he had just reenacted happened in a flash.
Byrd says parts of his testimony changed after he had time to think about what he really saw.
Byrd was the last of 18 witnesses called by the prosecution.
The defense began its case afterward and started with a bartender, and Deedy's friend, who was there that night.