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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeknomaras View Post
    I got very upset seeing the Rentz family hugging the prosecutors and everyone crying together.

    looks like BC's parents didn't want to talk to Mrs. Rentz one bit.
    I don't think that is surprising.
    What a sad, sad situation for everyone involved.
    I am totally surprised at this outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octobermoon View Post
    did Nancy's mom hug Brad's mom? My feed stopped.
    Yes she did..and although I do not blame Brad's mom for being cold and dissmissive..I t just shows how gracious the Rentz Family are..They do NOT hold Brad's parents responsible for what happened to their daughter..The Rentz's are truly gracious

    There are alot of tears being shed in that courtroom and tend to think any smiles are NOT gleeful, but a relief..IMO

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    The jury was said to not like the DA's, the states witnesses, the duration, and even NC's lifestyle. Perhaps then they were impressed by the evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeknomaras View Post
    I got very upset seeing the Rentz family hugging the prosecutors and everyone crying together.

    looks like BC's parents didn't want to talk to Mrs. Rentz one bit.
    Know what, I don't know if I can blame them. Their son just got sent to prison for life. I wouldn't be in a hugging mood either.

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    The jury came through as I hoped and prayed they would.
    Very emotional seeing the Rentz family and the prosecution team embrace.

    RIP Nancy Rentz

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    Left the judge's mic on. Someone went over and told him to turn it off... something about what the bloggers are saying... you could hear the judge saying there was a lot of crying... mixed emotions.

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    Jury requested an escort to their vehicles, I don't blame them at all.

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    Certainty of a successful appeal is probably no better founded than certainty of a NG verdict before the jury returned.

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    Sadly, there's no joy in Mudville... the entire thing is sad - no elation, no celebrating

    Just sadness that this happened and something could not have been worked out, or Nancy could not have left earlier and whatever - I can't imagine the guilt from the folks that she was sharing information with - how they beat themselves up about what could they have done to change the outcome here?

    And how scary that people like Brad live among us so undetected.....

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    I had a very strong impression all day that they had reached a verdict and it would be guilty in the first. I followed another trial recently and the jury did pretty much the same thing; knew in the beginning they all believed guilty, deliberated 12 hours over 2 days, came in with the unanimous guilty verdict at the end of the second day.

    As much as I like all you guys, I wish we weren't here having these discussions. I wish he had not killed her and she was still alive to bring joy to friends and family. Nobody wins but at least justice is served. MOO


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    I did not mean to start anything about who hugged who. Both of these families are in pain and will never heal.

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    Rentz's have to be feeling some pain realizing the son in law they grew fond of and trusted did this to their beloved daughter. The Rentz's never slandered him even though in their hearts they felt he did it. This is a no win situation, but is justice for NC.

    RIP Nancy!
    “It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." ~Mark Twain~

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    What a total travesty of justice.

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    ral WRAL NEWS in NC
    Nancy Cooper's mother kisses prosecutor Boz Zellinger on the cheek. #coopertrial
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    Nancy Cooper's mother goes over to Brad Cooper's parents, touches them on shoulder & tries to talk to them. #coopertrial
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    #CooperTrial jury asks to be escorted from the building.
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    Judge tells jury: Don't concern yourself with bloggers & commenters. Your opinion is the only opinion that counts. #coopertrial
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    Agreed. For those skeptical of the states case, thank you for your thoughts along the way. Many valid ideas were shared. *sorry for lousy typing on iPhone :-(

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