Oct 20, 1995, Monfils Homicide: Hirn contradicts some of the others testimony pg 2
From A-l A-l A-l Hirn unconsciousness and then dumped his weighted body into a pulp vat. Contradicted the state's position position on the time of that confrontation confrontation in the No. 7 control room. Hirn said he went directly to the No. 9 control booth and by 7:18 a.m. was in the booth with Kutska. Previous testimony showed the confrontation in the No. 7 control room happened about 7:20 a.m. Said he didn't see Piaskowski, Basten or Johnson in the No. 9 control booth. It was in the booth that Kutska played a tape for him and other workers of Monfils telling police that Kutska planned to steal an extension cord from the mill. Said he accompanied Piaskowski, Piaskowski, Kutska and Moore in a walk back to the No. 7 control booth to look for Monfils. Those three each testified they were the only ones who left No. 9's control booth and headed for No. 7 at that time. Moore testified just hours before Hirn that he never had walked down one of the aisles along the paper machines with Hirn.