Chasity Carey, 42, was found not guilty in the murder case last week.
(Payne County Jail)
Just a few days after an Oklahoma bail agent was acquitted on charges of first-degree murder, prosecutors released video of the 2017 shooting death of one of her clients, The Oklahoman reported.
Chasity Dawn Carey, 42, was found not guilty on Friday in the Aug. 9 the death of the 38-year-old client Brandon James Williams.
It was an exciting trial.
The state medical examiner reportedly said the bullet entered Williams’ lower back and exited his chest, which is in line with the ball by bending out of a window.
The paper reported that at the end of the trial, Carey’s lawyer argued, “What is not on the video is your reasonable doubt.”
Carey testified she shot Williams in self-defense, as she and her son tried to take Williams back in custody. She told jurors she was afraid Williams was going to shoot her son and that he tried to grab her gun for the flights out of her office window.
Carey said she beat Williams, who was accused in the case of a break — in to the gun.
“I was afraid he was going to shoot, my son,” Carey told the Payne County jury, The Oklahoman reported. “I had the feeling that we were going to be killed. … I’ve never been so afraid of.”
Prosecutors said Carey shot by Williams, after he was “no longer a threat.”
The video appears to show Carey grab the gun while Williams was out of sight of the GoPro her son has allegedly been set for the meeting.
Prior to the shooting, Williams was seen in the video talking to her son about cars, the paper reported. After Williams refused to be handcuffed, he reportedly moved in the direction of a window. Carey picked up the gun and fired.
“Mom, you shot him,” Justin Henderson, her 19-year-old son said. She reportedly replied: “I did.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @LukasMikelionis.