Jurors in the Seattle Pacific University shooting trial will visit the scene of the crime Wednesday.
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This is the third week of the trial against suspected shooter Aaron Ybarra and prosecutors say he entered Otto Miller Hall to shoot people there.
Jurors will get an in-person layout of the scene.
Seattle police took surveillance footage from the hall they say shows Ybarra shooting several students, including 19-year-old Paul Lee, before Ybarra was taken down.
Prosecutors have been trying to convince jurors that Ybarra, also facing three counts of attempted murder and an assault charge, methodically planned his attack out as he had confessed to police.
Ybarra's defense claims he's not guilty by reason of insanity.
The trial is expected to last perhaps at least another month.
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