Last images of 2 teens murdered after Little Falls break-in - KMSP-TV

Last images of 2 teens murdered after Little Falls break-in

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LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (KMSP) - Surveillance video released Wednesday shows the last images of the two teens who broke into Byron Smith’s Little Falls, Minn. home on Thanksgiving 2012 before they were fatally shot.

Smith was been found guilty of first-degree murder on April 29 in the Thanksgiving 2012 shooting deaths of Nick Brady and Haile Kifer in Little Falls, Minn. The jury returned a unanimous verdict on all 4 counts after just 3 hours of deliberations.

It is still unknown why Smith chose to used a digital recorder in addition to the sophisticated home security system that captured more than 6 hours of sounds before, during and after the shooting. The recordings that captured the 9 gunshots he fired on Thanksgiving Day and other monologues on the killings gave jurors a lot of insight into how he viewed the teenaged intruders.

Smith is currently being held at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud.


Booking photo released by the Minnesota Department of Corrections [EXPAND]



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12:33:00 – Brady runs along the house, peers in windows and doors.

12:35:00 – Brady notices one of the cameras, puts hands over face, turns camera upside down.

12:37:00 – Brady walks around the upper deck of the house covers his face more with his hood.

12:51:00 – Kifer runs through the backyard and can be seen walking on the upper deck of the house. She is wearing a purse and can be seen on her cell phone.

12:52:00 – Kifer still waiting on back porch.

12:53:00 – Kifer walking away from the house through the front yard. This is last time you can see her. It is still unclear is how she got inside.
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