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State Prosecutors Reflect on Kaarma Trial – Prepare For Sentencing [YouTube]

One day after Markus Kaarma was found guilty of deliberate homicide for the shotgun slaying of 17 year-old German exchange student Diren Dede, two of the prosecutors in the case, Andrew Paul and Jennifer Clark spoke with KGVO News.

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UPDATE – Closing Arguments in the Markus Kaarma Trial [YouTube]

Closing arguments began on the eighth day of the Markus Kaarma trial in Missoula. Prosecution focused on proving that Kaarma had intent to kill any potential burglars in his house based on his actions in the days leading up to the fatal shooting of Diren Dede. Defense emphasized that jurors must have absolutely no doubt in order to find Kaarma guilty.

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Photo courtesy of Greg Baird/TSM
Photo courtesy of Greg Baird/TSM
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Defense Accuses Missoula Police of Failures in Markus Kaarma Investigation

The defense presented its first witness on the sixth day of the trial of Markus Kaarma, who has been accused of deliberate homicide in the fatal shooting of Diren Dede, a German foreign exchange student who entered Kaarma's garage on the night of April 27, 2014. He was there to testify to failures on the part of the Missoula Police Department in their investigation of the shooting, but ended up defending the validity of his Phd during cross examination.

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Defense Challenges Blood Evidence in Markus Kaarma Home

 

The Markus Kaarma trial continued at 8:30 a.m. Friday morning after both the defense and prosecution had a chance to cool their tongues after a drama filled evening in the Missoula County Courthouse. (video is a portion of Kaufman's questioning)

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Photo courtesy of Peter Christian/TSM
Photo courtesy of Peter Christian/TSM
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Audio of Calls Between Markus Kaarma and Janelle Pflager After the Shooting of Diren Dede Played in Courtroom

***WARNING...AUDIO CONTAINS COARSE LANGUAGE****
The Markus Kaarma trial continued Thursday afternoon with testimony from Missoula Police Detective Stacey Lear, who brought audio of calls between Markus Kaarma and Janelle Pflager while he was held in jail.

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Photo courtesy of KECI/NBC Montana
Photo courtesy of KECI/NBC Montana
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Detective Testifies to Discrepancies in Initial Statements from Markus Kaarma

Detective Richard Dean Chrestenson, who led interviews with Markus Kaarma, Janelle Pflager, and Robby Pazmino (the teen who was with Diren Dede), testified today about discrepancies in Kaarma's initial statement that led to him being charged with Dede's murder. Kaarma had claimed self defense. Debate over whether or not Dede had a light source in the garage also took center stage.

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