In the seventy DVDs and CDs released as part of discovery evidence in the first degree murder of Brevard County deputy Barbara Pill, detectives spent many hours questioning her alleged shooter, Brandon Bradley.
Bradley, 22, is asked by detectives about the last words Deputy Pill spoke, after she pulled him over during a felony traffic stop on March 6, 2012.
"'You need to get out of the car right now! Need to get out right now!' cause, I like, 'What I did? I get out, just tell me what I did,'" he answers.
Bradley told detectives he saw Deputy Pill just behind his driver side door with her hand on her holster. Then, a critical question about what his girlfriend, 19-year-old Andria Kerchner, who was sitting in the passenger seat next to him did next.
"Adrian handed you the gun, is that the truth?" a detective asks. "Yeah," Bradley responds.
Armed with a loaded gun, detectives say Bradley got out of the car and shot Deputy Pill at close range.
"How many times did you shoot her?" Bradley is asked. "Probably twice," he replies.
When detectives tried to get Bradley to re-enact how he allegedly shot the deputy, he had difficulty. Bradley interviewed for close to nine hours, but the accused killer apparently did not know what happened to his alleged victim.
"Is she still alive?" he asks. "No. No, she's not. She passed away," a detective answers.
The state is seeking the death penalty for Brandon Bradley and Andria Kerchner. Both have entered not guilty pleas.