Defense attorneys representing Vanessa Coleman want her statements to investigators, suppressed.
Coleman is one of four defendants accused of killing Channon Christian and Chris Newsom in 2007.
Federal agents originally treated Coleman as a witness to the crimes, even offering her protective custody.
Weeks after testifying in front of a grand jury, Coleman was indicted and arrested for raping and killing the couple.
Coleman told KPD Investigator Todd Childress, she saw a blindfolded white girl brought into the house on Chipman Street in January 2007.
Coleman calls the co-defendants by 'nicknames' throughout her interview with police.
Coleman was dating Letalvis Cobbins at the time of Christian and Newsom's murders. She calls him 'Rome'.
She was also friends with co-defendant George Thomas who she calls 'G'.
She knew 'Rome's' brother as Lemaricus Davidson or 'Slim'.
Coleman says 'Slim' took the blindfolded girl to his bedroom.
According to the transcript Coleman talked about her conversation with her boyfriend 'Rome'. "I asked him waht was going on, why was she in there blindfolded and stuff and he wouldn't tell me. And then he told me, he said...um... 'my brother told me to say and hold that guy at gunpoint' and I asked him 'what guy?'. And he said, 'a white guy' and I didn't know who he was talking about.
She also told investigators she saw 'Slim' and 'G' leave for 30 minutes after bringing the girl into the house.
When the two men returned, Coleman said they had blood on their clothes.
Coleman says she cooked breakfast on Sunday morning, but she didn't see the girl, but was told she was still there.
She also remembered watching Cobbins and Davidson look out the window on Sunday as several police searched the neighborhood.
Coleman said Davidson's girlfriend, Daphne Sutton, came over on Sunday afternoon. She remembered Davidson hid Christian in a bedroom closet right before Sutton arrived.
Coleman also told police she saw every man in the house go into the bedroom where the girl was being held at least 2 or 3 times.
She also remembers a man she didn't know, came over to the house shortly after Sutton left.
It was Sunday afternoon when Coleman told officers she witnessed Davidson or 'Slim' kill Christian. "When I walk back I see Lemaricus snapping her neck," Coleman told police.
"I heard a fall, it was her that fell and he [Davidson] started yelling at me to come here... come here...come here. And I was like,'what, and he was like, check her pulse to see if she's alive, I can't tell," Coleman told investigators. "He got mad at me and started yelling, telling me to get out... get out, shut up and don't say anything. After that he had drug her into the living room."
Coleman told Cobbins she was going to call police. That's when she said Davidson threatend her life. "He said, 'I will kill you right now'.
She told officers she saw Davidson spray something that smelled like bleach into Christian's mouth.
"When I come back into the kitchen, I seen them tying her up in the fetal position," Coleman said. She told Investigator Childress that Davidson used torn pieces of a floral sheet to tie Christian's body.
Coleman said "I was scared out of my mind. I didn't know what was going on." She said the men watched her at all times.
She told officers, Christian's body was tied so tight, that her knee left an indent on her cheek.
The defendant says her boyfriend, Cobbins, did give here some details on Newsom's murder. "Rome had told me that they had wrapped the guy up and burned him," Coleman said. Then she said George Thomas admitted to killing Newsom. "When we got back to Kentucky on Tuesday, he was upstairs and he said that he shouldn't have shot that guy," Coleman said.
Investigators showed Coleman pictures of Christian's body, unable to believe she never heard the victim scream.
Coleman said she gave Christian half a cup of water in a coffee mug while she was tied up in a bedroom.
During the interrogation, Coleman seems shocked to hear that Christian was alive when she was stuffed in the trash can. However, she says she didn't hear anything come from the can.
During the interview in Lebanon, Kentucky on January 31st, Childress confronted Coleman about not calling police in Knoxville or when she returned to Kentucky. He also confronted her about lying in previous interviews and in front of the grand jury on January 17. Coleman admitted she didn't tell the grand jury about Davidson making her check the victim's pulse.
Initially, Coleman also did not tell investigators or the grand jury that her boyfriend spent any time in the bedroom with Christian or was involved in Newsom's murder. Coleman later admitted she was angry when Cobbins also went into the bedroom where the girl was being held.
The interrogation lasted about 2 hours. Coleman was arrested on January 31st.
When Investigator Childress asked Coleman what should happen to somebody who does something like this she responded. "Prison. Straight up. They shouldn't see daylight," Coleman added.