Thursday, September 16, 2010

Transcripts of evidence in Demeatrius Montgomery trial

On Wednesday the judge presiding over Demeatrius Montgomery's murder trial ruled that copies of some documents submitted to the jury should be made available to the public.

Judge Forrest Bridges ruled a week after attorneys for The Charlotte Observer and WSOC-TV made motions seeking copies of exhibits presented as evidence, including audiotapes and transcripts of 911 calls and police radio traffic.

Prosecutors began playing video and audiotapes in open court last week as evidence. Jurors were given transcripts of the recordings, which are at times hard to understand because they contain static, police jargon and unclear speech.

Transcript of police radio traffic

Transcript of 911 call


Anonymous said...

Shut up you idiot. This piece of thug lying trash is not going to be executed to death so everything that occurs is totally a waste of words and meaningless so stop blabing off. Let him out into the the free world and rest assured he will meet his maker in hell in short time.

Anonymous said...

Murda Man 1&2 - Pastor Troy D.S.G.B. (Down South Georgia Boyz)