For those who are really interested in the details of it, I've summarized/paraphrased the Harran defense team's (as represented by attorney Thomas O'Brien) questions below the jump:
To the LA Fire Department investigator who interviewed Sheri Sangji, Mr. Robert Hernandez:
- Was Ms. Sangji aware that the chemical was pyrophoric? Did she know that it had spilled? Did Mr. Hernandez agree that it was an accident?
- Why so many photos (20 in all) of Ms. Sangji's injuries?
- Questions on the extent of Ms. Sangji's burns and injuries
- Why did Ms. Sangji's heart stop (during the 3rd surgery)?
- How much of the burns came from tBuLi, as opposed to burning clothing?
- Did Dr. Poukens notice anything unusual about her heart? Could he tell that it stopped during a surgical proceeding?
- Did Dr. Poukens examine Ms. Sangji's brain to indicate cause of death?
(One presumes that, as an overall strategy, the best-case scenario for the Harran team is to show that the prosecution does not have enough evidence to move to trial. I suppose that this will have much more to do with Professor Harran and his (lack of) safety training for Ms. Sangji than anything else, but again, IANAL.)