Court taking a recess. We'll continue to post photos of evidence
@M.: During breaks, the court puts up a logo and shuts off the camera. We don't get to see inside
- Judge's Order
Court on June 19 will end at 3:30
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: says he could smell gasoline in apartment. "The gasoline permeated the apartment and the under layer. As far as the oil, you could see oil stains."
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI explains trap/ignition source using thermos and pan. "it would pull this cooler and the way it is configured in this photograph would potentially allow it to dump its contens in the frying pan." That would mix glyncerine and potassium permagenate. Would cause a reaction with "tremendous heat"
@Kristle: She's taking a few days on her normal shift/assignments. We have a rotation over here for the staff
@Victoria, saving your question for later when @Marshall can answer with maps and such
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: "Part of the design of this device, the way the frying pan was also placed -- on the ground..." would have set off the gasoline vapors "in the proximity of where the aggressive flame would burn."
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: says the chemicals found inside (including thermite) are low explosives.
Defense objects to question about military use of thermite. Orman rephrases questions
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: Contents of green bottles smelled like gasoline.
"Would each of those bottles be individual fire bombs?" "Yes it would."
Defense objects, but is overruled
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: pointing out thermite and smokeless powder
Special Agent Christopher Rigopulos, FBI: Points out quick fuse on the photo. Says they found packaging for it in the trash can
Special Agent Christopher Rigopoulos, FBI: Confirms napalm was in jar