Nickelas Gallup said he got on his knees and shielded his girlfriend when the shooting started.
"I witnessed the whole thing," Nickelas Gallup said. He was able to identify the sounds of different guns and saw him with a shotgun. Started to say gunman was "targeting people" - the defense objects to speculation. Gallup rephrases, but says "targeted" again.
Prosecutor: "Did you see the shooter shoot people?"
Defense: "Objection - speculation."
Prosecutor rephrases question to ask about Gallup's observations inside the theater.
Defense objects to having witness continue to stand at display.
Prosecution says they just need a few more minutes.
"While shielding my girlfriend there... the muzzle flashes were getting brighter. Then I felt a burning sensation on the side of my head," Nickelas Gallup said.
Nickelas Gallup: "I said 'Let's get the fuck up.'"
Nickelas Gallup said he could see the green laser beam from the shooter's gun.
- Judge's Order
Defense's objection to testimony about what happened outside the theater after the shooting was sustained.
- Judge's Order
Defense objection sustained.
Jury question: "Did you see the shooter move from the right-front corner?"
Nickelas Gallup said he did not.
@ann: One of the state-appointed psychiatrists is expected to testify tomorrow. The prosecution plans to begin playing 22 hours of interviews with the gunman recorded at the mental health hospital in Pueblo.
It's not always appropriate for jurors to hear legal arguments regarding objections, legal expert Rick Kornfeld says. "Is it annoying? Absolutely. Is it necessary? Absolutely."