UVA Lacross Murder Trial: Prosecution Wraps

Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams discuss the murder trial of a former lacrosse player.
3:05 | 02/16/12

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And Nancy Grace from Los Angeles of course the host of Nancy Grace on each Alan and here with us in the studio as -- -- legal analyst Dan Abrams -- to -- -- both. As always -- let me start with you we heard. From -- Lee's own teammates saying he's a heavy drinker and that he was lying about his whereabouts the night that. They cannot be -- died very very damaging to -- Italy's. Yes is very damaging but even without their testimony Georgia Heatley -- fifth. Is -- a lot of trouble because by his own statements to police. -- -- by the way the jury saw. As a matter of fact it was audio video -- 210. In that interview he tells cops he had twelve drinks beer and wine. That he went to that apartment that he -- the door and that he grabbed. Yardley love by the threat that he -- her through -- -- they west sold. They went down to the ground then he got. Disgusted and lamp threw her on the bed but had the wherewithal to take her laptop with him. There was an earlier email from him tumor this I ought to Chile. And the drinking is important. Because -- -- -- statement to the police he's saying I don't remember I don't. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- What the end result of his actions were I think this is a case we -- not talking about whether he'll be convicted but what he'll be convicted -- I mean there's so much evidence against him because of his statement. Because he's basically admitting. I was there I was in the room I was -- day at the least wrestling with her and raptors and -- -- -- -- What you think about the defense attempted -- -- blaming the victim. Claiming that she was -- -- doubled the legal limit for alcohol plus was. Mixed with -- -- all as if she wasn't supposed to have it -- -- but according to my sources she had a prescription for Ater all but you don't. I'm always amazed whenever that the media is covering the story to talk about how much over the legal driving limit -- she may have been in terms of her alcohol who cares she wasn't driving. She was at home. -- that Iraq she's the victim here. You know -- Reality is that. Those and those did not combined to make a death what happened was the force to her and the rotation to her neck was so severe. The brain -- brain blood vessels were actually twister. Best hope was manslaughter and -- this that's that's what people have said we'll see what happens -- the prosecution. Has rested. -- just one more quick saying she volunteered at a -- kitchen. I was -- camp counselor to kids from housing projects that's what I know about her run -- her father had passed away in 2000 parade night this a lovely family and just that's just. It's it's so tragic and no way around it.

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