Jurors scrutinized on Saturday the videotaped confession of one of two youths on trial for raping and beating a woman jogger, watching his graphic account of the violence in 15-minute segments.

In its ninth day of deliberations, the panel at state Supreme Court in Manhattan sent a note to Justice Thomas Galligan asking to see again the first of two videotapes made by Kharey Wise. Jurors asked to view the 105-minute tape in 15-minute segments and deliberate in between.Wise, 18, and Kevin Richardson, 16, allegedly joined as many as 30 youths who roamed Central Park in a violent crime spree on April 19, 1989.