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Robey Testifies in Eskew Trial

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Day seven of the Jasmine Nicole Eskew trial with Detective Noah Scott still on the stand, and the subject was why Eskew was the main focus to him.

Det. Scott said that "there is a number of times that jasmine brought up the shaking to me. She says I didn't shake her or anything at the emergency department. And then she said again prior to me saying the word shaking, I didn't shake her or anything.  I told her at that point that I think you just told me what happened."

Once Scott's testimony was over, the attention turned to the afternoon session. Starting with Greg Robey, the boyfriend of Eskew at the time. He said that Brooklynn Eskew was "watching TV and being fussy," and that she was crying.

Shortly after, Robey stated that the two went upstairs. After returning, Robey said that he made sandwiches for himself and Jasmine. Jasmine said she would share hers with Brooklynn and said that "she was picking small pieces off at first and then putting them in the baby's mouth."

When Robey stated that Brooklynn was spitting out food, he then said the mood changed saying that "at first she was feeding Brooklynn in a normal way and then it went to violent."

Robey would later testify that a short time later he saw Jasmine shake Brooklynn, and described it as something he had never seen before, but the defense pressed him on leaving the seen due to alleged previous matters against him.

The day for the defense ended with questioning Robey over text messages and statements during detective interrogation and expect to resume at that point when the trial resumes tomorrow morning.

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