These charges list Maria Carbonell:
COUNT 30-Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder in the First Degree (F2)
COUNT 88-Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder in the First Degree (F2)
- New Witness
Prosecution calls Maria Carbonell to the witness stand.
@chess: We'll save your question for a little while. Marshall was in the courtroom and will be better suited to answer it
Jury question: Why did you refuse to meet with the defense?
FBI Agent Gumbinner: It's my decision... as an FBI agent... we write reports and stand by those reports.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said it is his belief that if someone had played with the remote to the RC car by the dumpster, the apartment would have blown up.
Jury question: Do you know if the contents of the bottles were tested?
FBI Agent Gumbinner: He could smell the gasoline and recognized the gunpowder.
Jury question: Do you know if the handguns in & on the car were loaded?
FBI Agent Gumbinner: No.
Jury question: How soon would the explosion have happened.
FBI Agent Gumbinner: Instantly.
Jury question: If someone opened the door, would the devices explode?
FBI Agent Gumbinner: They would have had to go inside to set it off.
Jury question: What do you mean by incendiary device?
FBI Agent Gumbinner: Something that burns but doesn't explode.
FBI Agent Gumbinner is back on the stand to answer questions from the jury.
@AbbieLuber: The gunman mailed it to his doctor before the shooting. The prosecution says it proves he was sane. The defense says it proves he is not.
Jury will be allowed to ask FBI Agent Gumbinner why he refused to speak to the defense team.
The prosecution has stated at least twice that they do not object to certain questions because the defense brought the issue up during cross-examination.
@chess: We do not have a witness list, but it is safe to guess that most or all of the listed victims will testify because the prosecution has to prove each charge. Also, the officers from the preliminary hearing and past documents are all likely. They're in the link below.