Special Agent Christopher Rigopoulos, FBI: "in an open condition like this, that powder could once again ignite and cause a small explosion inside this (pickle) jar."
Special Agent Christopher Rigopoulos, FBI: says frying pan contraption would ignite the fuse, which leads to the pickle jar. Says fuse would take about 1 second to burn to jar
Rigopoulos: Says the choice of fuse type was intentional. Defense objects and judge sustains.
Rigopoulos asked what the setup was designed to accomplish: "within three seconds of the fire starting, all three of those glass jars should've been fully engaged in an aggressive burn."
Rigopoulos will remain under subpoena, but is done testifying for now
Later this afternoon, prosecution says there will be testimony/evidence later that is introduced only in part
Lunch break begins now. Court will resume at 1:40ish
@jj1114: We'll, we're happy to have you here. This is the chat where we are really focusing our efforts
Thank you for the questions ya'll! Appreciate you
We're going to leave this feed for a few during the recess as our team grabs some lunch and works on some web stories. We'll be back shortly...
@NH: I don't remember doing a story about that. I'd have to do more research
- Judge's Order
Court resumes. Judge announces a decision regarding academic records
- New Witness
Daniel Joshua Tollin, associate professor at CU-Anschutz, department of physiology and bio physics
@joey: Nope, just getting started