The 11th witness has been called. Mostly friends of the Harris' couple, talking about Cal's wierd behavior after Michele disappeared.
2 forest rangers also testified about the areas around the Harris' home that they searched in the Town of Spencer. .
Also, Mike Kasper, the former general manager of Lefty's Restaurant testified. He and Michele had an intimate relationship between April 2001 and June 2001. He was 23 years old at the time.
He walked outside of work with her on September 11th.
He used to be addicted to cocaine, but said Michele never used.
John Cavney former friend said after Michele Harris disappeared, he and other friends went to see her husband, Cal Harris, at his dealership.
They told Cal to say they would help him search for Michele.
Cavney testified Cal was going about business as usual. Cavney said Cal never asked them about their search for Michele..
Cavney also recalled other conversations with Cal.
Caveny said Cal told him he thought he would be in trouble if her Michele's body was not found.
Cavney said he was among a group of friends who went to the Harris home to talk about the case with Cal.
Cavney said Cal said " if you think I killed her, I won't try to convince you otherwise." He told his friends to leave.
Cavney said he ended his friendship with Cal.
Michele's former boyfriend, Brian Earley, also testified at the murder trial of Cal Harris.
Earley said after meeting Michele in 2000, he left his home, girlfriend and job in Philadelphia and moved to Tioga County to be with Michele.
Earley was 23 years old and Michele was 35.
Earley testified that Michele left work at Lefty's in Waverly, and came to his apartment in Smithboro on September 11th, 2001.
He said she arrived at 9:30 pm and left around 11:00 pm.
Earley is the last know person to see Michele alive.
The prosecution claims Cal Harris murdered his wife when she returned home on the night of September 11, 2001.
She was not reported missing until the next day.
State Police searched Earley’s apartment on September 12th and found a shot gun.
Early said investigators never took the gun for testing.
The defense presented a letter written by Earley to Michelle.
He wrote that he would do whatever it takes to be in her life.