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Jurors in Gibbs case ask for DVD player

BISMARCK - Jurors in the murder trial of Moe Gibbs asked for a DVD player this morning so they could view video images of Gibbs' hands during their third day of deliberations.

BISMARCK - Jurors in the murder trial of Moe Gibbs asked for a DVD player this morning so they could view video images of Gibbs' hands during their third day of deliberations.

A defense witness, Thomas Edwards, testified during the trial that scratches do not appear on the former Barnes County jailer's hands in enhanced video images showing him two days after Mindy Morgenstern's slaying.

Prosecutors have argued Morgenstern scratched Gibbs' left hand and right wrist, catching his DNA under her left-hand fingernails, during a struggle before she was strangled with her belt and her throat was cut by two knives on Sept. 13, 2006.

Edwards showed jurors original and enhanced black-and-white images of Gibbs two days after Morgenstern's death. The images, some enhanced up to four times, show Gibbs at a bank drive-up window, serving inmates food and walking by a booking desk at the jail. Jurors in Gibbs case ask for DVD player Brittany Lawonn 20071115

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