LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- The same jury that found Bryan Hall guilty of a 2009 murder outside Caesars Palace heard more stories of his violence Thursday.
“He was choking me,” one witness said. “You're going to watch yourself die,” the witness testified, describing what Hall said as he allegedly beat the witness up in front of a mirror.
“Victim stated she was strangled and choked by Bryan,” said a detective, reading from a police report of when Hall allegedly assaulted his wife.
The Clark County District Attorney’s office is asking that jury to now sentence Hall to death for the 2009 Mother's Day murder outside Caesars Palace of former friend and co-worker Brad Flamm.
“On May 10, 2009, Brad called me to wish me a happy Mother's Day,” said Brad’s mother, Jennifer Flamm, to the jury. “I was out of town, so I didn't get to see him on that day. Little did I know this was going to be the last time that I ever heard his voice, and I was ever going to be wished a happy Mother's Day ever again.”
“He loved his family,” said Brad Flamm’s father, Fred.
Fred Flamm said he still waits for his son’s call every Sunday when the two would meet for dinner.
“The problem that I have right now, he doesn't call me anymore,” he said. “I miss that call so much.”
Brad Flam’s fiancée asked the jury to imagine the pain the Flamm family has endured.
“I can't explain the nightmares for three-and-a-half years of what went through his mind while he was out there that night,” said Melita Cioe. “The nightmare of wondering how long he suffered during that brutal beating.”
Family described Brad Flamm as a lover of family, animals, football and camping.
The jury will meet again Friday morning to decide whether his murderer should be put to death.