New information has been released in the road rage murder trial going on in Oklahoma City, Monday.
David Bloebaum is accused of shooting and killing a 29-year-old man in the parking lot of the Super Target near Memorial Rd. and Penn. Ave. On Monday, the jury saw surveillance video that was taken the day of the shooting.
The jury of nine women and three men are now on day four of hearing testimony in this case.
The trial began at 1:30 p.m. The jury heard from an Oklahoma City police inspector who showed them parts of the surveillance video recovered from the Super Target that showed the shooting taking place in the parking lot.
The inspector pointed out how, though it's a far away shot, you could see the two vehicles pull into the lot, and then see the victim walk up to Bloebaum's truck.
Bloebaum is accused of shooting and killing Jason Yousif in that parking lot.
Bloebaum watched intently as the jury viewed the video. Also in the courtroom was Yousif's mother and sister and other family friends, who have been outspoken in the past, but who are currently reserving comment until the end of this trial.
If found guilty, Bloebaum could face up to life in prison.