A jury heard two accounts of what led to an alleged shooting in Kings Meadows, as concluding arguments were presented in a Supreme Court trial on Monday.
Kurt Jenkins, 27, was shot in the leg in an altercation involving two men, Marcus Williams, 33, and Jacob Williams, 28, on January 11, following a home invasion two days earlier where about $30,000 was stolen and Jacob Williams' partner and her child were doused in petrol, the jury heard.
The crown alleges Jacob Williams mistakenly believed Kurt Jenkins was involved in the home invasion, and the shooting was the end result of an act of revenge.
But defence counsel says the gun belonged to Mr Jenkins, who shot himself in a struggle after he pulled the gun on Jacob Williams in a fit of rage over being accused of the home invasion.
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Counsels agreed that Marcus Williams asked Kurt Jenkins to meet him in a McDonald's car park to ask him the home invasion, and that they both consumed ice in the car.
CCTV footage from McDonald's shows Jacob Williams crossing the car park 27 minutes later and getting in the car with Marcus Williams and Kurt Jenkins.
Mr Jenkins' evidence was that Jacob Williams "smashed" him in the back of the head with his hands and the butt of a gun, Marcus Williams also produced a gun, and they ordered him to drive to Pinkard Street.
Jacob Williams' evidence was that they all consumed ice together, discussed the matter, decided that Kurt Jenkins was not involved in the home invasion, and all agreed to travel to Pinkard Street to buy more ice.
They agree that en route to Pinkard Street, Jacob Williams texted a woman in a state of agitation to meet them there and identify whether Kurt Jenkins was involved in the home invasion.
They agree that the woman said no, it was not Kurt Jenkins.
The Crown alleges that Jacob Williams then ordered Kurt Jenkins to move out of the driver's seat into the passenger's seat. Mr Jenkins refused and pushed his hand away twice, and Jacob Williams shot him.
The defence alleges that Kurt Jenkins was furious after seeing the woman as he believed the matter had been settled, and produced a gun. It says Jacob Williams attempted to disarm Mr Jenkins, and in the process Mr Jenkins was shot.
The trial before Justice Robert Pearce continues.