Craig Enlund: "We loved the Batman movies, Alex was a huge superhero fan."
Craig Enlund: "I thought I heard firecrackers and figured someone was playing a prank."
@sydnijmm: Yes, she legally took his name after the shooting.
Craig Enlund: "I saw Alex slump to the ground. Amanda started screaming his name and shaking him... I knew Alex was dead and that we had to get out of there."
Craig Enlund: "I kept having people say 'You're injured, you need help,' and I kept saying 'No, I need information.'"
@Sarah: No connections, as far as we know.
Craig Enlund: "I could see bits of something on my face... I thought it was Alex's brain. I asked the paramedic what it was, and she said it probably wasn't that, it was probably fat. But either way, it was pieces of Alex."
Craig Enlund had shrapnel in his cheek and under one eye.
Prosecutor: "Have you seen Alex Teves since that night?"
Craig Enlund: "No I have not."
Jury question: Was Alex's head above the seat back or below?
Craig Enlund: Below.
Jury question: Did you observe where the gunman moved through the theater?
Craig Enlund: No.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls Janette Guscott, Crime Lab Quality Manager with the Aurora Police Department.
@Megan: The attorneys have asked other witnesses "Did you ever see them alive again?" I believe that is what she was getting at.
APD Investigator Guscott set she met the gunman at about 7:55 a.m. and told him she would be checking him for gunshot residue and taking photos.
APD Investigator Guscott demonstrates content of a gunshot residue collection kit.
@NT8: I believe the two police/FBI interviews were conducted earlier in the morning - between 2 and 4 a.m.
APD Investigator Guscott confirmed she collected gunshot residue from the defendant's hands.
@NT8: Yes, on the morning of July 20.