It was a difficult day for Edline Chun's friends Friday as Monroe County's associate Medical Examiner took the stand.
Dr. Nadia Granger was called to the scene the day Edline Chun's body was found in Tryon Park. She testified Chun's hands and feet had been bound with duct tape, she had scratches and bruises on her body and two gunshot wounds to the head.
Dr. Granger said Chun also has several broken bones consistent with being thrown down a hill in the park. That's where prosecutors say her body was dumped.
It was during her testimony jurors and those in the courtroom saw pictures of Chun's autopsy.
"Oh my God, Oh my God. It's hard not to just stop breathing when you see some of the evidence," said Chun's friend Victoria Visiko. "The fact that these people are still here and she's not... The people who will be convicted, hopefully, who caused her murder and caused her not to exist with us any longer, I hope they get everything they deserve if they are found guilty."
The jury also heard Friday from a director of the company that manufactures and tracks the ankle bracelet Natalie Johnson's boyfriend Jerrell Henry had on the at the time of the alleged crime.
Little red dots indicating the longitude and latitude points of the ankle bracelet Henry was wearing, were overlaid on a map of Rochester. The dots moved around Hazelwood Terrace and in and out of Tryon Park during the time prosecutors say Chun was killed and then later dumped in the park.
Prosecutors argue Johnson was with Henry at the home and forced Chun to sign blank checks and call her bank to transfer money out of her account. Johnson is also accused of faking Chun's voice later to try and steal her pin number.
The defense said no physical evidence ties Johnson to the crime scene and witnesses who will be called in this case and place her with Henry, are unreliable.
The prosecution plans to call some of those witnesses when this case continues next week.