Mar 18, 2016

Monday morning the jurors in the Bullock trial will watch an hour and half video taken from St. Bernard's church surveillance system that shows all of Bullock's movements the night he broke into the rectory

The People's first witness, after morning break, was District Attorney Investigator Martin Perrone. He is assigned to computer and cellphone forensics. He was designated an expert.

He identified People's Exhibit 1 which is a google earth map of St. Bernard's Church and immediate surrounding area. He also identified People's Exhibit 123, "one of the numerous cameras attached to the surveillance system" and Exhibit 124, which is the DVR box, which he collected on Jan 1, 2014 from the Church office, located in the Parish Hall.

Investigator Perrone explained in detail collection of the equipment, how he took approximately five and half hours of the surveillance video when Bullock was on St. Bernard's premises condensing it to one and half hour video. The cameras are motion activated and there are several cameras, some of the footage is irrelevant to the case like candles lit inside the church where Bullock never entered.

Monday morning will start with the jurors in the Bullock trial watching an hour and half video taken from St. Bernard's church surveillance system that shows all of Bullock's movements from the moment he is seen on the church premises, including his conversation with two Eureka Police Department officers and to the time he drives off in Fr. Eric Freed's car.


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