Love Triangle Crime Scene Photos Emerge

Prosecutors try to prove that Pedro Bravo's account to police didn't add up.
1:49 | 08/10/14

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But first, the young man accused of knocking off a romantic rival, we're seeing new shots of the grisly crime scene. He was desperate enough to kill to get his ex-girlfriend back. I told my brother in law, you know, I smell something. And it's close. Reporter: Two Florida hunters tell jurors about the moment they stumbled upon the body of 18-year-old Christian Aguilar the college freshman allegedly murdered three weeks earlier by his class mate. That's when we stumbled across the body. Reporter: Police say the day after the murder, bravo himself reported Aguilar missing. On the stand, campus police saying that bravo admitted to an argument, saying it was a physical fight. According to investigators it was bravo's changing story that led to his arrest. Allegedly part of a plot to get his ex-girlfriend, Erika fridayman back. The three students graduating from the same high school just months earlier. Police then searching bravo's truck finding blood stains, a cracked windshield and scrapes on the ceiling. Bravo allegedly strangled him with a belt. If you could say there was sloppy police work, you hope that the jury goes back there, if he didn't do right, what else did the police get wrong. Reporter: For "Good morning America," bazi kanani, ABC news, Washington.

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