Eidson said he did not have that information from Dyess Air Force Base; however, Thedford and Leggett said the state has more resources at its disposal to look into matters like that.
“We feel like we're entitled to know what Dyess may have in their files regarding this case,” Thedford said.
Leggett said they think the Air Force has evidence of interest due to the pending military case against Senior Airman Christopher Perez who was allegedly a resident of the Klapheke home when Tamryn died.
“We want the jury to hear everything involved and come to a fair verdict,” Thedford said. “That's all we're after.”
A hearing is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in response to Klapheke’s request for a new attorney.