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City and -- stands yes that's right -- new video shows a side of dirty areas that you have not seen in court.
Often -- policing of -- bizarre behavior and interrogation room former LAPD homicide detective mark -- joins us.
Mark I suspect she was unaware that she was being taped I take it that this is something that is frequently done.
Absolutely you you -- these suspects.
Will -- a question or -- statement or an accusation and and you leave the room knowing full well you have audio visual or both.
But they know nothing about and they have no reasonable likes of expectation of privacy and you hear.
All kinds of admissions statements and -- my favorite is down how did they know that.
And you know then you get it -- enter the room and the interrogation starts over.
What's particularly instinct to me about this videotape but -- I don't as the got the dates the murder occurred on June 4 2008 and the -- the tape I'm told -- July 15 so that's about.
Five or six weeks after -- -- after the killing.
-- gets sent to attend they get any significance to you or is it -- interesting -- you.
Well it doesn't have any significance as far as the murder because somebody that actually murders somebody in this manner unjustifiably.
Should carry and a lot of guilt there should be -- all a big package that they want to unload it and she clearly does not have bat.
So it's -- telling to me and it and it also shows that she house.
Tried to project story after story after story and this is all a scam her tears -- that interrogation.
Before the detective left.
Her shock her denials for admissions it's it's all B yes.
I think that it would mean I have -- -- bearing on me if this videotape were within hours of the killing.
But the fact is five or six weeks.
I didn't see this behavior in the videos I've watched of the courtroom testimony.
In effect in the -- she's actually been quite clever -- and quite shrewd quite Smart.
-- and see this behavior but had this occurred the day out or the day after would have made a difference to you.
No not not at all I don't think it would make any difference to me whatsoever I mean when you see what Travis Travis Alexander went through on what was done to him how do you -- -- that in in a mere month or 21 or two years.
I think that would stay with somebody their entire life.
And yet this woman is singing stand in our head and and putting on -- show for the detective.
-- quite effective show for the audience but now you see this in a completely negates it.
She says just remember anything but there's a gunshot and there are 27 -- 128 did that give -- -- -- -- and -- -- some across the floor.
Yeah I yeah I thought -- the prosecutor I'd be tea act we talked about how much time it takes is they made it tastes a bit of time to shoot someone stabbed 27 times and then not remember of.
Especially if you don't have the weapons at hand and in and your control at that moment so.
If you just think about that she's claiming in a blackout -- -- -- a block out after the gun show went off then.
Why is she admitting that she stabbed him and cut his throat she must have blacked out during that period -- -- it.
But when you look at this whole this whole scenario and you look at the crime scene photos and the crime scene photo of him lying in the shower is where he was found.
Are we think that he pursued -- to the closet where she gets supposedly this weapon shoots him.
Then he runs back to the -- or or she stabs him outside of the shower and then she puts him back into the shower.
Now what -- got certainly had a lot testimonies and a -- to think about mark thank you.