(Cincinnati) -- In 2010, David Chandler was wounded by gunfire, near York and Linn, in the West End. Before he died from his injuries, Cincinnati homicide detectives interviewed him, and videotaped the interview.
Chandler couldn't speak, because he was paralyzed, but prosecutors say he used a series of eye blinks to indicate who shot him. Judge Beth Myers allowed the videotape to be entered as evidence.
In the full video, detectives ask Chandler if he knew who shot him, and had him blink twice for "no", and blink three times for "yes". They also read the letters of the alphabet, and asked him to indicate when they reached the first letter of the name of his assailant. Chandler indicated "O", which investigators say is the street name of Ricardo Woods.