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Crash victims take stand in Bisard trial

Both victims from the 2010 crash were among the parade of witnesses to testify

Day two of the trial for suspended  Indianapolis  police officer David Bisard is in the books.

 Bisard, is accused of driving his squad drunk into the back of three motorcyclists, injuring Mary Mills, Kurt Weekly and killing Eric Wells. 

Both victims from the 2010 crash were among the parade of witnesses to testify  

While it was difficult for the couple to recall the events of the crash, the medical problems they now live with serve as a contact reminder of that tragic day.

“I'm really happy that we finally got to this day and we are in trial so we can proceed forward,” said Mills.

Moving-on for Mills, means taking the witness stand and recalling the day she was thrown from the back of Kurt Weekly Motorcycle back in 2010.  

“Unfortunately, my brain doesn't work as well as it used to,” said Weekly. 

Weekly suffered serious brain injuries from the crash and told the 12 person jury that he struggles to complete tasks he once took for granted.  

“I don't remember as well as I should, but maybe someday I’ll be better,” said Weekly.   

Bisard’s defense is trying to prove that the fatal 2010 crash was simply a terrible accident and not a crime.

 

 

 

 

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