Confessed killer continues testimony at Bushaw murder trial

gavel.jpgWe’re at the King County Courthouse again today in week two of testimony in the trial of the two remaining defendants in the Super Bowl Sunday 2009 murder of 26-year-old Steve Bushaw outside Talarico’s in The Junction. Continuing his testimony again this morning (after a delay because his “street clothes” hadn’t been brought up from the jail in Kent) was John Sylve, one of the two men who pleaded guilty to firing the deadly shots. Responding to questions from prosecutor Jeff Baird, Sylve told his story of how the shooting unfolded – and the getaway, in which he says they intended to go throw guns and shell casings off the West Seattle Bridge but got lost trying to find it, and eventually changed their plan; he also says the other confessed killer, Danny O’Neal, was sure they had both missed. Court resumes in about an hour; we’ll have the full story of today’s developments later. (You can find our ongoing coverage here – newest-to-oldest.)

1 Reply to "Confessed killer continues testimony at Bushaw murder trial"

  • kassenz August 9, 2011 (1:06 am)

    Steve, you would not believe how many miss you and wish you were still here bro’

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