During day five in the Capital murder trial of Terrance Black in McKinney jurors got their first look at graphic images of Susan Loper's body.
Black is charged with capital muder in the death of former Wichita Falls resident Susan Loper in April of last year.
Prosecutors believe Loper was beaten to death at the Plano Country Club, where she worked, before her body was dumped in Frisco.
Robert Laughon, a field agent with the Collin County Medical Examiner's office testified Loper's skull was "eggshell and mostly bashed in."
He went on to say the body was found mostly nude, with one shoe on and one was found nearby.
Investigators found Loper's pants and underwear pulled down and her shirt pulled over her head.
In later testimony Friday the Medical Examiner, who performed the autopsy on Loper's body, said she found bone fragments.
She testified the injuries to her head were the result of at least seven large blows.
Black's defense is blaming Loper's death on another ex-boyfriend.
If Black is convicted he faces life in prison.
Court is expected to resume Monday morning at 9:30.
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