Late this morning on the fourth day of Harlow’s murder trial, the defendant stared at the floor as Brent Corrigan took to the stand to answer questions from the Assistant District Attorney about his background in the porn industry. Early in his testimony, Corrigan, now 22, admitted that he was 17 years old when he did two shoots for muder victim Bryan Kocis.
That’s when the judge interrupted Brent’s testimony and excused the jury from the courtroom. With the jury gone, the judge warned Brent that his statements about working in porn as a minor were “potentially incriminating.” The judge gave Brent two options: he could pause the proceedings to speak with a lawyer, or he could continue to testify without a lawyer. Brent chose to continue his testimony without a lawyer’s counsel.
Brent is a key witness for the prosecution in this trial. He knew early on about Harlow’s rivalry with the late Bryan Kocis, and Brent later helped the FBI build their case against Harlow by wearing a wire-tap when speaking with Harlow days after the muder. That conversation — in which Harlow said of Kocis, “He never saw it coming” — took place on a nude beach. The jury is still out on where, exactly, the wily twinklet stored the wire.
Day four of Cuadra trial (Times Leader)
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