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STAR-ADVERTISER / NOV. 5 City prosecutors argue that surveillance video and other exhibits related to the deadly confrontation between State Department agent Christopher Deedy and Hawaii resident Kollin Elderts at the Kuhio Avenue McDonald's were submitted by Deedy's lawyer in an attempt to bias potential jurors. Above, the McDonald's was closed after the shooting as police studied the scene.
Kollin Elderts: City prosecutors want to keep confidential surveillance video of the incident in which the 23-year-old was fatally shot at the McDonald's on Kuhio Avenue early in the morning on Nov. 5
Christopher Deedy: A motion for dismissal of a murder charge against the State Department special agent argues he was acting in his capacity as a law enforcement officer when he shot and killed a man last year in Waikiki