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PHOTOS: Evidence from Byron Smith murder trial

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Photos of the evidence used to convict Little Falls, Minn. homeowner Byron Smith of first and second-degree murder were released Wednesday morning.

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Audio recordings and crime scene photos were critical in the jury’s guilty verdict on all four counts in the Thanksgiving 2012 shooting deaths of Nick Brady and Haile Kifer.

VERDICT: Byron Smith guilty of first-degree murder

VIDEO: Byron Smith lured teens by hiding car

Byron Smith did not take the stand in his own defense during the trial. Instead, he decided to let the recordings he made from that night speak for him -- but they appear to have only damned him instead.

VIDEO: Inside the basement of Byron Smith
Disclaimer: Although edited, this content may be too graphic for some. Viewer discretion is advised.

Shortly after the verdict was delivered, all of the recordings jurors heard -- including the one Smith made the night he shot and killed Brady and Kifer in his home -- were released to the public online.

THE AUDIO: Recorded evidence from the Byron Smith trial
Disclaimer: These files contain disturbing content. Viewer discretion is advised.

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