The prosecution is trying to portray Christopher Harris as a killer, but so far, those who've been on the stand who know him, say that's just not Chris. His brother, Jason, is testifying against him, but still calls Chris the "most gentle person you'd ever meet in your life."
Transcripts show, right after the murders, police asked Jason if Chris is a fighter. Jason replied, "no, he's a runner, unless he got cornered." That plays to the defense's theory that the family's 14-year old, Dillen, killed the family, and Chris had to kill him in self-defense.
We've also heard from two of Chris' ex-girlfriends who both say he never raised a hand to them and was never abusive in any way. In a letter to one of them from jail, Chris writes, "I'm sure you can vouch I'm not as bad a person the media has made me out to be."
That same girlfriend described him as the type of guy who needed sex every day. If she said, "no," he'd throw a fit until he got his way. It helps the prosecution which is trying to prove Chris went to the Gee home to have sex with their 16-year old daughter, when he couldn't get it anywhere else that night.
Testimony continues Monday. The prosecution is still laying out its case. Then it will be the defense's turn. That's when Chris Harris will give his side of the story.