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View Poll Results: What did we learn today 6-28-2011 - Multiple Choice

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  • An emu would know better when to stop questioning a witness than the DT.

    84 43.75%
  • RK helped the defense with his testimony.

    6 3.13%
  • I'm unsure how RK's testimony will go over with jury.

    13 6.77%
  • RK helped the prosecution with his testimony.

    102 53.13%
  • RK needed money in September, October, November and December.

    29 15.10%
  • CM can really confuse someone watching or on the witness stand while questioning them.

    55 28.65%
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  1. #1
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    What did we learn today 6-28-2011

    First I learned that if I make a poll with write-in capability that somebody will ruin it for everyone and the thread will be completely deleted. So please keep criticisms to posts and not posters.

    Second, all polls in this series will not have write in capability. You can in a post suggest one because the mods can remove posts.

    So let's have fun and seriousness together like the other polls were so these don't get deleted anymore.

    One thing I don't understand is that the prosecution says they found the skull surrounded by leaf litter on either side but RK says he lifted the skull with his meter stick thingy and then set it down. Since we can't see pictures of the skull as it was found I find this perplexing.

    This might explain it somewhat though;

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/CRIME/06/28/....html?iref=NS1

    ...Roy Kronk said he couldn't at first comprehend what he was looking at. He said he put his "meter reader stick," a piece of metal about 5 inches long, into the right eye socket and "gently pivoted" it upward to make sure, then put it back.

    "It was a horrific thing for me to find," he testified, adding later that "it really unnerved me."...


    It sounds like he didn't move it much.

    I'm not sure who's side his testimony helped today. He seemed a bit hinky to me today but it might just have been nerves. He testified that he couldn't recall asking about the reward money once the cops determined it was a human body he'd found. I think I'd remember if I was expecting $250,000 or not.

    I'm not suggesting he had anything to do with moving the body from one place to another but he didn't seem completely honest to me in his testimony. JMO

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    I said this in another thread, but I've always had a hinky feeling about Roy, but today, I felt like he was being honest. At the worst, I think he was wanting money, and perhaps 15 minutes of fame. I DO NOT think he took possession of the body, moved it from place to place, etc. The way I took his description of lifting the skull: I thought he was saying that he gently tilted the skull upwards with his stick. I think it could have been buried, and he'd still have been able to move it that little bit. JMO.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society. - Krishnamurti

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    I wondered what happened to the poll!
    OMG I think JB is rubbing off on CM and not vice versa because I was VERY surprised at his inept (IMO) and beleaguered questioning AND the fact that they seemingly brought every OC MR to the stand did nothing but beat the jury into a stupor I'm sure!
    Hey, Did u know RK smoked?
    It's just MOO. I could be wrong. Wouldn't be the first time and it surely won't be the last!

    Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.



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    Emu all the way.

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    Interesting fact that Mr Kronk smokes..
    I am not interested in any ulterior motives as Mr Kronk got the job done and thats whats important to me.
    Caylee is no longer spread out in a trash dump where her Mommy fed her to the wild life.

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    I learned that the only innocents in all of this are Casey and a dead rattlesnake, that men like to pee outside and that a lot of WSers love some guy named Pete.


    “Re-examine all that you have been told...dismiss that which insults your soul.” ~ Walt Whitman


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    I'm SURE Kronk was motivated by the notoriety of this case and the ability to receive a cash reward. I'm SURE that's the whole reason of offering a reward - in hopes to motivate people to find what's missing!! I'm sure he took the opportunity to look simply because he was at the right place! Not only did Kio and others describe that area as a possible spot for Caylee, but the dense woods being that close to the A's home plus Casey saying Caylee WAS close would be enough to give ANYONE a "hunch" to look in that area. He was persistent. Motivated by money? Most likely. But having sinister motivations other than that, I don't think so!! Caylee was found because of this man - regardless of motivation. After all, like I said, that's the point of offering up a cash reward, right? JMO.

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    I forgot what I voted for, think it was the emu would have done better...

    What did I learn?

    Not much new...

    Same old redundent "blame someone else did it theory". Poor Mr. Kronk being tortured on the witness stand. GA denied affair...and everything we already knew about anyhow!

    I also learned that Judge Perry has the patience of a Saint! God bless him!
    Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous -
    Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by monique View Post
    I learned that the only innocents in all of this are Casey and a dead rattlesnake, that men like to pee outside and that a lot of WSers love some guy named Pete.
    Casey or Caylee, darlin?


    (I think I know what you mean...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogeygal View Post
    I forgot what I voted for, think it was the emu would have done better...

    What did I learn?

    Not much new...

    Same old redundent "blame someone else did it theory". Poor Mr. Kronk being tortured on the witness stand. GA denied affair...and everything we already knew about anyhow!

    I also learned that Judge Perry has the patience of a Saint! God bless him!
    Seriously. How on earth has he honed such patience in his lifetime?!


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    What is an emu?
    Justice for GEORGE!

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    What I learned today is that while the A's claim they are UNITED, Lee basically impeached his mother. The more I sit & think... I don't think that was his intention. I may be thinking too much (geez, at this point aren't we all???), but I believe Lee's hostility towards his parents about not being involved in ICA's pregnancy, and his hostility towards his parents looking for a deceased Caylee--- is an act. I just voted on a poll that LA was telling the truth, but since my mind changes every two seconds- I've also been considering another theory. ATM I truly believe that CA & LA had this planned all along. CA will take the fall/purger herself/flat out lie for Casey, with the possibility of being impeached - or at least make the jurors believe she's 'unreliable'. By doing this, Lee can keep *his promise* to his sister, and CA can be the mom that will lay down for ICA. CA is 'appearing' to take the fall for ICA [knowing her testimony may become discredited]. None of this family wants her to get the DP- understandably. But this is a sneaky way of CA & LA to prove to ICA that they will do whatever it takes to save her. Even if it takes LA deliberately trying to go against CA's testimony. "This family is united"- LA...I hope I'm making sense- if not- maybe I can explain it better tomorrow when I haven't spent the evening drinking a few lol.

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    I have to say CM doesn't impress me much.

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    I learned that forensics on Casey's car, which allegedly hauled Caylee's dead body around, took up 29 days of forensic testimony and that Kronks truck, which was also supposedly used to haul Caylee's dead body around, and which was apparently in a shop with easy access to inspect every inch of, was never even looked at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlpate View Post
    I learned that forensics on Casey's car, which allegedly hauled Caylee's dead body around, took up 29 days of forensic testimony and that Kronks truck, which was also supposedly used to haul Caylee's dead body around, and which was apparently in a shop with easy access to inspect every inch of, was never even looked at.
    OT - I've seen your avatar posted on several tabloids like the enquirer before. Do you have the original picture? I always thought it was altered to make her look like that, she didn't really take a picture making that face, did she? TIA.

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