New evidence has surfaced reportedly showing a Coast Guard patrol boat on the night it plowed into a private boat on San Diego Bay, killing a child.
According to the U-T, the video shows the Coast Guard boat passing by as the person shooting the video can be heard saying "that's going pretty fast."
The collision then takes place out of frame, the paper reports, but people's reaction can be heard.
The crash happened just after sundown in clear weather with light winds. The U.S. Coast Guard said one of its boats was responding to a report of a grounded vessel around 6 p.m. when it collided with the boat carrying DeWeese and 12 other people.
DeWeese, who was hosting two other families on his 26-foot boat, previously told National Transportation Safety Board investigators the Coast Guard vessel came at him at an estimated 30 to 40 knots -- or 35 to 46 mph -- after a fireworks display.
One Coast Guard crew member estimated the Coast Guard boat was going 20 to 25 knots, according to an NTSB transcript.
DeWeese said he hit the throttle and turned right, but it was too late. After the boat struck, he found two of his sons safe. He came across Anthony face-down in a pile of life jackets, "not moving, not conscious, just in a weird position," DeWeese has said.
The NTSB, which has released more than 4,000 pages of documents, has not said what caused the crash.
Ian Howell, the highest-ranking member of the patrol boat crew, faces a court-martial in May on charges of negligent homicide, assault, negligence with a boat and dereliction of duty. He pleaded not guilty.
There were three other crew members. Brittany Rasmussen was reprimanded but avoided time in the brig after pleading guilty to dereliction of duty in military court.
The Coast Guard dropped a charge of dereliction of duty against Lavelle Teague. Jarett Koelmel was never charged.
Anthony DeWeese was first taken to Harbor Island where paramedics tried to revive him. He was later pronounced dead at UCSD Hospital.
Five passengers on the recreational boat were treated for injuries, including two other children.
The NTSB spent months investigating the collision and asked for video from witnesses as part of the process.