Back to the blackberry pearl one last time for me. It seems that 10 consecutive failed attempts at unlocking will result in data being wiped, not sure where 20 attempts is coming from. Could BC has entered 9 consecutive failures before the device was secured by LE. If the LEO even attempted to enter 1 password without knowledge of the password then this is a very serious concern to me. I am interested in hearing this testimony, hopefully JA Young is also not UC. Also, as a citizen of Cary, if the LEO screwed this up then I would wonder why he is still employed.
OK, The pictures of the garage are taken at a bit of an angle, and the lense tends to make things closer to the camera look a bit larger than they are, but I have a fairly good feeling about this measurement.
The small door near the top right of the picture looks to be a standard door. Those are usually about 3' 6". Using that as a scale against that wall means that the next 3' would put you a little to the right of center in that brown board that is propped against the wall. The next 3' would place you a little to the right of the step ladder. Next 3' you are just to the right of the electrical panel. Those panels are designed to fit between studs that are set 16" on center, which means the panel is a little less than 15" wide. It starts getting kind of hard to judge after that, but you can see the right side of a water heater in the next 3', and the heater is probably about 3' in diameter.
Adding this up, removing the Barbie car would have given him a little over 9' maybe closer to 10.
I just checked the specs on a new BMW and they are a tad over 14' long. Seeing as the garage is some over 21, he could have not completely cleaned one side of the garage and still gotten the car in there with room to spare. It would take a little room in the back to walk, etc.
I think it's interesting that Nancy was having her rings turned into something else, and Brad was still wearing his ring. Nancy was sleeping in the master bedroom, and Brad had been put out of the bedroom.
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Will this be called a "crime of passion"? I believe so.
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What was I thinking? Typing it made it sound even more ridiculous...
Re - master bath and chemicals. I don't find the cleaning products sitting out intermingled with the beauty products to be odd at all. They are all too close to the edge for parents to leave things - cleaning chemicals or not - lotions and those "other" things would be just as dangerous to a toddler, etc.
The bed condition not being slept in? I also think that is a stretch. Even the statement about the screw gun being out downstairs is a stretch as the entire house was in a LOT of disarray - how can you really tell if anything is "odd" with clothes hanging everywhere, stuff packed / half packed, in baskets, hanging out of baskets, beds not made, etc.
If there was order in the house, it would be conceivable that you could make assumptions on these other things - but not, IMO, the way it was currently sitting.
Heck - I make my bed every morning - would someone say it didn't look slept in? or - even if I am changing the sheets that day, I pull the comforter up over the pillows...