|10- 15 SECOND MOVIE CLIPS OF TESTIOMY REGARDING JOHNNIE BECK'S ACT OF SELF DEFENSE|
DIGITAL MOVIES - TESTIMONYOF EVENTS
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Mr. Fairfax was walking into the Burger King on the night of November 25, 1995. He was directly in front of the white Camaro driven by Ronnie Beck when he saw Jeff Watts and the two Norris boys approach the Beck car. He was less that 10 feet away.He saw the knife, he saw Watts stab Ronnie Beck. He also saw Watts hit Jonnie Beck with his knife. He saw both shots. Saw exactly what happened. Mr. Fairfax gave the information immediately after the police arrived to Detective Guyton. Guyton never followed up. Guyton never released the name and statements made to the defense team. Mr. Fairfax gave this deposition after Beck was convicted and sentenced. Fairfax assumed that since he was not called by Guyton, that he was not needed. Fairfax is the only impartial eyewitness to the stabbing and shooting. He may be the only eyewitness who saw and remembers everything that happened. he was literally at the front bumper of both cars involved.
Short segments of the deposition - click on to hear and see statements via QUICKTIME
GEORGE FARIFAX SPEAKS ABOUT THE NIGHT OF THE SHOOTING
THE FOLLOWING ARE STATEMENTS MADE BY JOHNNIE BECK TO HIS DEFENSE ATTORNEYS, HILL AND HIGH AT THE WHITEVILLE POLICE STATION THE NIGHT OF THE SHOOTING AT AROUND 2:30 AM.
WPD OFFICER PALMER WITNESSES RELEASE SIGNED BY JOHNNIE BECK PRIOR TO DISCUSSING THE EVENTS OF THE SHOOTING - Detective Guyton on left, Palmer in middle and Beck on right. Guyton noticed Johnnie nodding off as a result of the Demeral injection recently received at the hospital due to the recent amputaion of Beck's thumb and stopped the interview.
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