Prosecutors gave their spin on what happened in June 2002 when a security guard discovered then medical examiner O.C. Smith outside the forensic center with acid burns on one side of his face, barbed wire and a motion sensitive bomb strapped around his neck. For the first time pictures of Smith were shown to the jury. Smith's body was not wrapped in barbed wire. The pictures taken by police showed a strand or two of barbed wire wrapped around his head and wrapped around his mouth, very tightly. He had barbed wire around his wrists and they were pulled up. Prosecutors said Smith could have done it all himself, that the burns from lye thrown on his face were not that severe. Smith had very few scratches on his face and hands, but the photo did show a large red mark on the right side of his face from the lye. Defense attorneys told jurors no one who saw Smith the night of the attack thought he made it up. That idea only started surfacing after disgruntled former employees at the forensics center started talking. Prosecutors called as their first witness attorney Robert Hutton who was one of three people to receive strange letters involving a death row inmate Phillip Workman. Robert Hutton, prosecution witness said, "I think it's a very bizarre set of circumstances, so I haven't kept much involved in it, in the case. Don't know much about it. I just was subpoenaed by the government to come here and testify." Hutton says he doesn't know who wrote the letter.