Theodore Wafer never denied shooting McBride when she showed up drunk on his porch before dawn.
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It appears Renisha McBride was knocking so hard she hurt her hand just before she was fatally shot on the defendant’s front porch.
Several phone calls and texts were made by Renisha McBride’s father during the evening when she was fatally shot on Wafer’s porch, according to ATF cell phone analyst Stan Brue.
A jury on Thursday heard a recording in which Theodore Wafer told police he shot someone on his porch by accident.
Theodore Wafer is on trial in the death of 19-year-old Renisha McBride.
The 19-year-old victim, Renisha McBride, was drunk but unarmed when she climbed the steps of Theodore Wafer’s Dearborn Heights porch.
Both prosecutors and defense attorneys agreed that a larger jury pool of up to 200 people will be needed for Theodore Wafer’s