Lawyer: Video Doesn't Show Whole Story In Las Vegas Bus Attack

A defense lawyer says transit bus video appearing to show his 26-year-old client punching and seriously injuring a former U.S. Marine in his 60's doesn't tell the whole story about the incident.
 
Attorney Garrett Ogata didn't immediately say what parts were missing, and he lost a bid Tuesday to have Nathaniel Graves Jr. released from jail without bail.
 
Graves faces a Feb. 3 preliminary hearing of evidence on felony charges including battery and mayhem.
 
Police this month released bus security video of the Dec. 13 confrontation and said the victim had to have his right eye removed after being punched and knocked unconscious.
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