to connectVideoColorado the man accused of killing fiancee with a baseball bat, and the burning of her body and pleaded not guilty
A 33-year-old Patrick Frazee, is accused of killing the 29-year-old flight instructor Kelsey Berreth; Alicia Acuna reports from Denver.
A Colorado jury is scheduled on Friday to hear opening statements as the trial of Kelsey Berreth, the accused killer has reached the next stage.
Berreth’s elimination in Woodland Park, on Thanksgiving of last year drew headlines across the country. The jury was seated this week in Cripple Creek.
Prosecutors have accused her fiancé, Patrick Frazee, 32, Of Florissant, Colo., by the end of the beating to death with a baseball bat before burning his body. Berreth was to be the mother of his 1-year-old daughter. He has been charged with murder.
The picture below shows Patrick Frazee, and Kelsey Berreth, a year ago. (Kelsey Berreth Facebook)
THE POLICE END SEARCH FOR KELSEY BERRETH, REMAINS IN THE DUMPS
The researchers conducted a massive search of a landfill site, but have never been out of her body.
The prosecution’s star witness, is an Idaho registered nurse, Krystal Kenney, who told investigators Frazee, killed the 29-year-old Berreth following questions in order to get her to do it.
The researchers said they also told Frazee and ordered her to clean up the blood after the murder, and to drive Berreth, the telephone of Idaho, to throw off the investigators.
Kenney said she and Frazee fans at the time of the murder.
KELSEY BERRETH, THE BATHROOM WAS COVERED IN HAIR AND BLOOD, ACCUSED KILLER, HAD FALSIFIED THE TEXT MESSAGES, AND DOCUMENTS TO REVEAL
“We wouldn’t even know where the murder took place in the apartment, or even in the room, or when it was done, without her testimony,” District Attorney Dan May said to Kenney in February, according to KMGH-TV.
The station spoke with a criminal defense lawyer, who said that he expects the defense to attack, Kenney, and the truth, and when she goes down in mid-air.
“They want to tear down her credibility, as much as possible, and what better way to do that than to say that they are more concerned about the crime than she’s going to say, and that will give her the incentive to produce the accused, Patrick Frazee, you did,” Stephen Longo told the station.
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Kenney, struck a deal to testify against Frazee in exchange for a three-year prison sentence for evidence tampering.