A crying Theodore Wafer took the stand today to tell his side of the story of what happened the night he fatally shot Renisha McBride on his porch outside his suburban Detroit home.
“It’s devastating,” Wafer tearfully told the jury. “She had her life in front of her. I took that from her.”
When asked if he was afraid for his life, Wafer replied, “Yes.”
Defense attorneys had previously refused to say whether Wafer would testify at his murder trial. Wafer took the stand this afternoon on the seventh day of testimony at his second-degree murder trial.
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