Below is what I’ve found so far of the Michael Dunn trial surveillance video from inside the convenience store. It’s only 12 minutes long, whereas the video in evidence is 20 minutes, and from 6 different angles, but it’s what I’ve got.
Note that this one is redacted, in that the faces are fuzzed. The video in evidence is not so redacted.
Also, this one pretty clearly has some awkward edits and feezes.
Really, I don’t find it very useful–at no point are
Right at start you can see Rhonda Rouer entering and Tommy Storns cross before her.
At 1:25 see clerk Mariah Grimes and customer Stephen Smith. Moment Smith steps away, Rouer steps up.
At 1:54 the video skips PAST the gunshot audio. You can hear the gunshot audio here: http://is.gd/jZJG8p
Then audio continues but video seems to freeze with Rouer in the doorway.
About 6:00 uniformed officer enters, probably Officer Holmes.
Second half of video, not really much to see/hear.
Uncut: Gates store survellience video
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