A circuit judge has decided to rule Wednesday whether video showing an altercation and shooting death at a Wesley Chapel theater can be made public.
DADE CITY, Fla. - A circuit judge has decided to rule Wednesday whether video showing an altercation and shooting death at a Wesley Chapel theater can be made public.
Curtis Reeves, 71, is accused of shooting Chad Oulson, 43, during an argument over texting as movie trailers played at the Cobb Grove 16 Theaters on January 13. Oulson's wife was shot in the hand.
Both the prosecution and defense want the video to be suppressed.
Tuesday in court, it was revealed that two cameras inside the theater captured the shooting incident.
When asked about the judge's decision to delay the ruling, Nicole Oulson said, "It's very nice, but he doesn't have to do that. But, that he did makes it sincere, very nice."
Reeves is a retired Tampa Police Department captain.
Tuesday's hearing, which lasted about a half hour, came one day before a bond reduction hearing for Reeves.
Circuit Judge Pat Siracusa will make his ruling on the video at Wednesday's hearing, which will also be an arraignment.
Reeves is facing a second-degree murder charge. He claims self-defense.
He was not present at Tuesday's hearing, but will be present at Wednesday's bond hearing and arraignment.
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