The witness, Karl Oltermann, said he and Becky Bryan had never flirted before and knew each other from taking real estate classes together. Asked if the text messages came completely out of the blue, he said, “Yes sir, very much so.”
He said she wanted him to come to Tulsa and have drinks with her.
The witness said the text messages got extremely explicit about what she wanted to do afterward.
He said at one point she wrote “she wanted to ride that tall cowboy.”
In the hospital interview, with a Mustang police detective and an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent, Becky Bryan claimed the intruder had apologized after shooting her husband point blank.
She said the intruder had, using an expletive, told her, “He should have … hired me.”
She said she and her husband had been watching “Carrie,” a horror movie. She graphically described the shooting, saying her husband's eyes bulged out.
During the interview, she admitted she had filed for divorce the year before and had moved out for a time.
“Yes, we had our problems,” she said. “He was like a totally different person after I came back. We were quite in love.”
One witness said Monday that Becky Bryan in 2010 had called her former lover her soul mate and talked of faking a pregnancy so he would be with her. The witness, Pamela Woodard, was a longtime friend of the victim.
“It was very difficult. It was very sad to relive everything,” Woodard told reporters afterward about her testimony. “It was very surreal.”
Becky Bryan talked about her former lover on the way to the hospital after her husband was shot, another witness, Sharon Valdez said.
Valdez told jurors Becky Bryan said, “Have you ever loved somebody so much you would do that?”
Becky Bryan did not explain what she meant, according to the testimony.
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