A witness said during cross-examination on Tuesday in the homicide trial of two Marine special operators accused of killing an Army veteran that they had observed a defendant act considerably more violently than had been suggested by other witnesses and even the witness’ own prior testimony.
Adam Songer, a witness, made statements during the two Marine Raiders’ trial on Tuesday that, if accurate, would make it more difficult for the defense to argue that their clients were acting in self-defense. Songer, who was a Marine sergeant at the time, claimed during the prosecution’s direct examination that he heard “skin-on-skin punching, smacking noise” while standing outside the T Bar. He said to the jury that when he turned, Rodriguez was lying on the ground with Negron straddling him.
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