Attorney states evidence may perhaps be on private online video

Legal professionals for the estate of Mallory Seaside say that a online video camera in position to gather evidence for a civil lawsuit may possibly have captured evidence directly similar to the homicides of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh, according to court docket documents.

Films taken by a non-public investigator as section of a civil lawsuit more than the death of Murdaugh family members friend Mallory Seashore are now in the hands of the Point out Regulation Enforcement Division that is investigating the homicides of the wife and son of suspended South Carolina lawyer Richard “Alex” Murdaugh.

SLED now has copies of previously unknown video footage taken of the entrance to the Murdaugh family’s Colleton County assets, Moselle, in which Maggie Murdaugh and her young son, Paul Murdaugh, have been shot and killed on June 7, 2021, in accordance to courtroom transcripts.