Court declines to unseal video in shooting of Indiana judges

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A man charged with shooting two judges during a fight outside an Indianapolis fast food restaurant has lost a bid to have restaurant surveillance video and other evidence unsealed.

A Marion County judge on Wednesday denied Brandon Kaiser’s motion to dismiss a protective order that sealed testimony and evidence presented last year to a grand jury.

Kaiser faces four felony counts of aggravated battery and other charges in the May 1, 2019, shooting of Clark County judges Andrew Adams and Brad Jacobs.

His trial is scheduled for June 15. Kaiser’s attorneys have argued that he had acted in self-defense after the judges attacked him.

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