“And when he is cornered like a rat, what does he do?” Alksne continued. “What does he say? He lies. He says, ‘Oh, it’s blurry.’ And here’s why that’s important: that’s because the jury has the photograph. And they know when he is cornered, he lies. Because he lied to them, that’s what the deposition is. It’s him talking to the jury. And in this case, not only did he not have the guts to come talk to them, he didn’t even have the guts to come sit in the courtroom. Instead, he sent a bully to cross-examine this woman. And on the one occasion he was talking to them and was cornered, he lied to them. And I think it’s important, and my guess is, in closing, it is highlighted.”