Video shows 2014 drive-by murder suspect continuously denying any wrongdoing

It's day five of a murder trial happening in a Columbus courtroom.

Anthony Walker is charged with the fatal drive-by shooting of a 47-year-old mother of three, Marvine Bailey along Forsyth Street.

On Friday, jurors heard unreleased video from the Columbus Police Department between the defendant, Anthony Walker and investigators.

Bailey died at the hospital from a single gunshot wound in 2014.

The interview that was shown to the Columbus jury showed the dramatic moments as Walker continuously denied any wrongdoing.

"Right now, this is nothing but a cold-blooded murder. Are you a cold-blooded murderer? Then tell me what happened on the night of the 25th that led to the death of her," asked an investigator. "I didn't have anything to do with it," replied Walker.

The interview lasted a total of seven hours, and was shown to the jury in full.

But the defense argues that there are too many holes in the investigation to positively pin this murder on Walker.

Attorneys anticipate finishing the evidence phase of trial by Monday.

Walker faces multiple murder charges, aggravated assault, and use a firearm during the commission of a crime.

The trial resumes Monday at 9 a.m.

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