Jurors in the trial of an Ewing man charged in the deaths of a Nebraska couple are getting an inside look at the police investigation surrounding the murder.
Prosecutors showed police interrogation video from 2012 as investigators questioned 33-year-old Matthew Hinrichsen about the couple.
Hinrichsen is charged with two counts of first degree murder for the deaths of 25 year-old Victoria Lee and her husband, 30 year-old Alex Vargas.
In the video, Hinrichsen described himself as being heartbroken after Victoria left him for another man. He kept stating he didn't know why he was being questioned, saying he didn't know what happened.
When the officer asked Hinrichsen why he went to the trailer that night Hirichsen said "I don't know." He also said a couple times that everything was a blur and he had recently had suicidal thoughts.
While the tape played, Hinrichsen sat in the courtroom, listening quietly and showing now emotion.
Investigators found newlywed Lee and Vargas on Dec. 8, 2012 in their burned mobile home in Antelope County. They say the couple was shot before the home was set on fire.
The trial is expected to last at least a week.
According to court documents, Hinrichsen was having problems before the incident with Lee, who was his ex-girlfriend.
Officers arrested Hinrichsen at his parents' home after he admitted to his father that he had killed two people. He was naked when police took him into custody because his clothes had been burned.