From a pair of glasses to a grenade, jurors are seeing dozens of pieces of evidence related to the West Memphis bombing. Including photos that show graphic injuries to Trent Pierce's right arm and leg.
Randeep Mann faces a lot of charges ranging from unregistered guns to grenades
. But right now, the government is focusing on just the West Memphis bombing.
Dean Fitzgerald with the Shelby County, Tennessee bomb squad told jurors he found pieces of debris, including an ignition, around the explosion. They told him what gravely injured Dr. Trent Pierce was a military style device, a grenade.
Day two of witness testimony in the trial against Randeep Mann was low on emotion and high on evidence. Jurors saw the actual spare tire used as a booby trap that the grenade was duct taped to. Pieces of Pierce's Lexus SUV were brought in too, including what was left of the front bumper.
Doctors who treated him also testified Wednesday about the six surgeries Pierce endured
the day of the blast. And, for the first time, we learned a full nine days after the bombing, Pierce's heart stopped, his closest brush to dying from his injuries.
There was a lot of detailed evidence in court. Some of it included a yellow powdery residue found in Pierce's driveway called trinitrol toluene, commonly known as explosive TNT.
Defense attorneys objected to allowing the jury to see graphic photos of Pierce's injuries. They argued the photos weren't necessary because no one was disputing how bad Pierce was hurt. The judge over ruled and allowed them in.