Barkeep depicted how the Los Angeles County Sheriff's representative students came to his cafe and showed him photographs from the crash site two days after the accident.
"Did you see a human middle in the photograph that you believed was Kobe Bryant?" asked Craig Jennings Lavoie, one of Bryant's lawyers.
“Yes,” replied the former bartender, Victor Gutierrez.
It was the second day of Bryant's considerate preliminary against Los Angeles County -
A day that dug into realistic detail from the location of the mishap and affirmed from five observers, including a previous barkeep, in Norwalk, Calif.
Gutierrez said that representative learner, Joy Cruz, inquired as to whether he needed to see a photograph of Kobe Bryant's body.
"Did you even notification what the young lady resembles in any of the photos?" Lavoie inquired.
"They were simply aspects," Gutierrez said. "I couldn't say whether they were men or ladies."
Bryant cried, then, at that point, got up, left and didn't bring Thursday back.