Livingston County, KY – Jurors in the Kevin Dunlap case watched nearly two hours of footage from Dunlap's interview with police this morning. The Kentucky New Era reports the videos were the last piece of testimony by the prosecution before it rested its case. Defense attorney James Gibson was expected to call his first witness this afternoon. In the video-taped interview days after the murders Dunlap denies any involvement and says he believe the person that committed the crimes should be put to death. Dunlap pleaded guilty on February 9 to all charges relating to the 2008 murders of the three Trigg County children and the attempted murder and rape of their mother.