Fogleman: Would you state your name uh - for the jury?
O'Tinger: Debra O'Tinger.
Fogleman: Alright. And uh - May the 5th of 1993, where did you live?
O'Tinger: 1309 Goodwin Avenue.
Fogleman: Ok. In West Memphis?
O'Tinger: Yes sir.
Fogleman: Um - on that date, did you um - well, first of all were you acquainted with any of the um - victims, Michael Moore, Stevie Branch, Chris Byers?
O'Tinger: They were around the house quite a lot.
O'Tinger: I didn't quite know them real well.
Fogleman: Ok, but you knew who they were when you saw them?
O'Tinger: I knew who they were, yes.
Fogleman: Ok. On uh - May the 5th, did you see the boys that afternoon?
O'Tinger: Yes sir.
Fogleman: Ok. About what time was it that you last saw 'em?
O'Tinger: It was about 5:45 - about - close to 6:00. I was going to my mother's to eat, I had to be there by 6:00.
Fogleman: Ok. And where were the boys when you saw them?
O'Tinger: In my yard.
Fogleman: Ok. How many of 'em were in your yard?
O'Tinger: Two of them were in the yard - two little boys were in the yard and one little boy met up on the side.
Fogleman: Ok. And uh - do you - what were they doing when you saw 'em?
O'Tinger: Just walking. They - just being kids. They was just walking and playing.
Fogleman: Alright. Ok. I want you to, if you wouldn't mind, step down and if you could show the jury on this ariel photograph - which is state's exhibit 101, if you could take this red marker and mark uh - your residence. If you could, put your initials. Ok. And what street is this one that loops around this way?
O'Tinger: Goodwin Circle.
Fogleman: Ok. And what street is this right here?
O'Tinger: That's 14th Street.
Fogleman: Ok. Alright, you can retake the stand. I don't have any further questions, your Honor.
Price: Ms. O'Tinger, the approximate time on May the 5th, 1993 that you saw the three boys - when was that?
O'Tinger: It was close to 6:00. I can't - I can't really say - 5:45 - 5:50, something like that.
Price: Ok. Did the boys, did they cut across your yard?
O'Tinger: Two little boys cut across the yard and one, they had met and they had went to - down on Goodwin Circle.
Price: Ok, was it obvious to you that the three boys were together?
O'Tinger: Oh yes, they were together.
Price: Ok. And is there any doubt in your mind that it was Michael Moore, Stevie Branch, or Christopher Byers?
O'Tinger: No, it was them.
Price: Ok. And those were the only three boys that you saw together at that time?
O'Tinger: That - yes, at that time.
Price: Thank you, nothing further.
Wadley: Ms. O'Tinger, I'll just ask you a few simple questions.
Wadley: When you observed the boys, were you inside your house or were you outside your house?
O'Tinger: I was getting in my truck, ready to leave.
Wadley: Were they playing in your yard or were they just passing through?
O'Tinger: Passing through.
Wadley: How long did you see them in that area?
O'Tinger: For about a minute until I got in the truck - backing out, I had to wait until they moved and then left.
Wadley: Did you speak to them or -
O'Tinger: No sir.
Wadley: Ok. Were they walking or what were they doing when they came through in your yard?
O'Tinger: One was on a bike and one uh - they were walking um - Stevie Branch was walking through on the other side of my yard, right there at the sidewalk at the corner right there by the fire hydrant.
Wadley: Did you - you just saw one bicycle?
O'Tinger: Um hum. At the time, yes.
Wadley: That's all I have.
Fogleman: I don't have any further questions.
Price: Judge, I've got one more question. Ms. O'Tinger after you left, did you come back to your house around 8pm that night?
O'Tinger: Ye - it was around 8:00.
Price: Ok. Alright, nothing further.
The Court: Any reason to keep her in any attendence further?
Price: Judge, she can be released.
The Court: You're released and free to go ma'am, thank you very much.