@NT8: Plz email screen shot and system info to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can report it to the provider
Schuler: 'I was making sure my body was as covered as possible behind the seat it was ducking behind"
Shuler: 'once the gunfire stopped and people started running i jumped over the seats or whatever row i was in and i ran down and that is where i jumped over the body"
Schuler: "There were tons of bodies down the rows, down the stairs"
Shuler: "People were stopping, people were panicking even more" as they neared the exit
Shuler indicates on model where she saw a body near the exit. She didn't get to see who.
Schuler: says she was 1st of her group to reach the parking lot
Shuler: didn't think she was injured at first, but Greg told her there was blood on her shoulder. "I didn't know if it was someone else's blood or my blood"
What makes you think it wasn't your blood? Objection sustained for speculation
Greg brought her to a paramedic, who said she was fine at the time, but at the HS they found she'd been hit by shrapnel in the shoulder
Shuler : IDs photo of herself at the school with the injury
King objects, asks to approach
@NT8: good question. Especially interesting because I cannot find Shuler on the documents I've collected
And I just fixed the spelling (shuler) and still cant find it. I'm searching my archive of 1700 documents and I can't find her name in any. We were just discussing exactly the same thing. As far as I can tell, she isn't on the charging documents or any others
Shuler: was told shrapnel was in her shoulder
Objection under 403, Judge calls to approach
@NT8: He was in cryptology I believe. I'd have to search notes for rank
From our summary story: The Navy sailor based at Buckley Air Force Base was a cryptologic technician. Cmdr. Jeffrey Jakuboski, Larimer's commanding officer described Larimer as an "outstanding shipmate, a valued member of our Navy team, and an extremely dedicated sailor."
Shuler: says bits of the metal worked way out of her body
Looks like judge was handed a note
Shuler shows photo, says each dot was entrance for shrapnel