Jurors see disturbing photos as the trial of Hazelynn Stomps begins in Multnomah County Court. The woman is accused of killing and burning the body of her husband of 39 years. Prosecutor Kirsten Snowden says Hazelynn Stomps couldn't get her story straight, telling investigators about a contact her husband, Jerry made through Craigslist, meeting him on a Friday, and about the stranger that forced her off a bridge: “She explained again that Jerry may have met Dave, more specifically now, on Monday or Tuesday of that week." Detectives later discovered the gun Jerry carried with him at all times was splattered with his blood. She points to a photo of evidence that his body had been burned on his property: “This is most of what is left of Jerry Stomps." The trial is expected to take just under two weeks.