Gory details from the police search in the bedroom where Ms. Frysna Rimoni was allegedly shot in the face, emerged Thursday when officers testified in the attempted murder trial of Peter Tulaga.
Pieces of human flesh, teeth, bone fragments, blood-stained sheets, curtains and clothing were found during a three-day investigation at the crime scene, a home in Vailoa belonging to Tulaga's mother.
The trial for Peter Tulaga, the prominent farmer charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting his lover during an argument at his Vailoa home in January, began Tuesday morning in the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Justice Tafaoimalo Leilani Tuala Warren is presiding in the trial by judge and five assessors – two women and three men.
Prosecution plans to call more than 30 witnesses including the victim Fresna Rimoni who will testify via video link.
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