In 2008, eight-year-old Christopher Bizilj shot himself in the head after he lost control of a small machine gun at the Westfield Gun Show. The State charged Edward Fleury, the former Police Chief who owned the company that organized the event, with involuntary manslaughter. Later today, a judge will rule on whether or not jurors should see the video of the negligent discharge. Christopher’s father taped this highly emotional piece of evidence. It shows the entire incident, including his screams after the bullet strikes his son’s head. Should the jury be allowed to see the shocking, gruesome tape? The media has the full footage (still shown above). Should they release the tape to the general public?