Kaitlin Armstrong trial: 'Killer' yoga teacher's boyfriend Colin Strickland ... trends now
Kaitlin Armstrong's murder trial continued today with a bombshell video of her boyfriend denying knowing the woman she is accused of killing out of jealousy, despite having taken her to dinner just hours before she was shot dead.
Armstrong is accused of shooting Mo Wilson three times on May 11, 2022, after discovering her ongoing contact with Colin Strickland.
At the time, Armstrong and Strickland had reconciled, but he was secretly still speaking with Wilson and took her to dinner on the night she died behind his girlfriend's back.
On May 12th, when officers visited Strickland to inform him that Wilson had died, he denied knowing her.
The video from police officer bodycam was shown today at Armstrong's trial but will not be made public.
Colin Strickland told police he didn't know Mo Wilson when he was first contacted by police the day after her murder. His girlfriend, Kaitlin Armstrong, is accused of murdering Wilson, driven by jealousy because he was still talking to her and seeing her
Moriah 'Mo' Wilson was shot dead in Austin on May 11th. She had just returned home from an evening swim with Strickland, who she had at one time been romantic with
Kaitlin Armstrong is shown on the first day of her murder trial. She has pleaded not guilty, but is yet to make any public statement or take the stand
No cameras are allowed inside the court for the duration of the trial, with only the opening statements and closing arguments allowed to be televised.
Two cops approached Strickland and asked if he knew Wilson. He shook his head at first, then confessed that he did know her.
When the officers told him she had died, he appeared shocked. He told the cops how they had been together the previous night.
'She passed away? That's a lot,' he said, before describing how he dropped her off at her friend Caitlin Cash's apartment then returned home, telling her: 'See you tomorrow.'
The pair had both planned to attend a cycling race on May 12th.
It was 8.36pm when Wilson entered her friend's apartment. The last time she used her phone was 9.13pm, leading police to believe that is around the time she was killed.
'So I'm the last person who saw her, from her circle?' he asked the police.
After Wilson and Strickland's secret meet-up, Armstrong's 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee was