Jury Listens To 911 Call Made By Tiffany Klapheke

Jury Listens To 911 Call Made By Tiffany Klapheke

On the 11th day of the trial, the jury listened to the 911 call Tiffany Klapheke made after discovering her daughter's body, Tamryn Klapheke.
Last week, the defense called him to the stand and said he didn't do enough to protect his children from Tiffany before his voluntary deployment.

Dr. Samuel Brinkman said it was during that deployment in which Tiffany Klapheke began to have a difficult time. Klapheke was then diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder, after a lifetime of sexual abuse.

Although not diagnosed formally, Dr. Brinkman talked about Reactive Attachment Disorder. This disorder has been brought up before during the trial. Dr. Brinkman says Tiffany Klapheke was "functioning at her best, she was a step away from a train wreck."

After Brinkman left the stand, the jury listened to the 911 call, made by Tiffany Klapheke, August 29, 2012 after she found Tamryn's body.

The first part of the call was inaudible screaming. The 911 operator couldn't understand Tiffany and had to ask her multiple times to calm down.

As the call was played in the courtroom, Tiffany held her face in her hands, crying.

The 911 call is a quarter of the way through. The jury will hear the rest of the call when the trial continues Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m.

Click here for a full summary of the trial.

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