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  • They will be there Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

    65 25.90%
  • Emus have a much higher understanding of American court procedure than JB

    82 32.67%
  • That JB believes a forensic anthropologist can't rebut a forensic pathologist

    60 23.90%
  • JB is on HHJBP's last nerve and it's not helping him for what's coming after the trial

    120 47.81%
  • JB is really, really, really, really, desperate to keep out the testimony proving CA was at work

    117 46.61%
  • JB is also on JA's last nerve

    96 38.25%
  • JB is on the vast majority of trial watchers last nerves

    146 58.17%
  • Court might resume today or it might not

    44 17.53%
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  1. #1
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    What did we learn today 7-01-2011

    All quotes from the courtroom are approx.

    We learned that JB whines more than a 2 year old with a toothache.

    JB: The problem is Judge, we cannot reopen our case.

    It seems JB is under the impression that the prosecution gets to put on their case, the defense can then put on their case and load it with liars, but the prosecution never gets a chance to rebut those lies.

    HHJBP: On one hand you say it is all a big surprise to you and on the other hand I say you can take their depositions.

    HHJBP: If you need extra time to take these depositions, you can have it. We will take all the time you need for this, but we'll be here Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.

    JB is on HHJBP's last nerve and that JB's problem with the forensic anthropologists report. He is saying, if IIRC, that the forensic anthropologist the state called made no mention of the "brain dust" in his report and therefore shouldn't be allowed to rebut Dr. Spitz's testimony.

    JA is saying that the state isn't calling Dr. Goldberger (the forensic anthropologist) to say anything about brain dust but that there was no residue in the skull of anything. (Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong about that.)

    HHJBP (Responding to JB's assertion that what the prosecution is going to rebut was never in the prosecution's witness' report. JA says it is.) "This better be a real problem and not an imaginary problem because if I read that report and find it in there...(nothing more said.)

    This is from BritsKate;

    JA: Goldberger has produced report regarding cranial wash to rebut Dr. Spitz's testimony. No organic material was found. Considered a sub-opinion. Goldberger is also listed as a defense witness. Opening skull is not protocol for anthropological exam (HA! I knew it!)

    JB believes a toxicologist can't testify to whether something is organic or inorganic.

    The trial is in recess indefinitely. I think that means that as soon as the lawyers are done taking depositions that they will call the jury back. When that will happen who knows? It could be later today from what I get from HHJBP's comments.

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    I learned it was July 1, 2011.

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    I am constantly learning that JB has Brain Dust.
    Women are Angels.
    And when someone breaks our wings,
    we simply continue to fly... on a broomstick.

    We're flexible like that.

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    I learned that JB is trying to ICA his way out of this trial ending (postpone, tell mistruths, and/or fake illness)

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    I am learning that Jose Baez gets away with EVERYTHING under the "cloak" of the 6th Amendment.

    And I'm tired of it.

    And I'm not entirely sure that whatever happens after the trial will bother him one iota - or that whatever punishment HHJP metes out will be enough to please most of the people who have followed, and been astonished by, Baez' childish disrespect and dishonesty during this entire case.

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    How unfair of them... I hope court comes back. We honestly just have no idea?

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    I learned (but not today) that Jose Baez is so damn disrespectful to HHJP. While the judge was addressing BOTH attorneys Jose turned away and was talking to someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steely Dan View Post

    JB believes a toxicologist can't testify to whether something is organic or inorganic.
    so what are they able to say? "It's either poisonous or not but I have no idea if it's organic or inorganic"? And JB would call that an expert witness?

    Quoting wiki because JB is fond of it:

    Toxicology (from the Greek words τοξικός - toxicos "poisonous" and logos) is a branch of biology, chemistry, and medicine concerned with the study of the adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms.[1] It is the study of symptoms, mechanisms, treatments and detection of poisoning, especially the poisoning of people.
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    One would think that practicing toxicology would require some basic knowledge of biology, chemistry and medicine which would help in identifying organic vs. inorganic matter.

    He's just being difficult or else he thinks everybody else knows as little of their field as he does.

    I learned that it came as a total shock to JB that there is a rebuttal phase to this trial and in the rebuttal phase the state is going to try to rebut some of the lies the defense witnesses came up with. They think it's a discovery violation that the state didn't rebut the lies before they were uttered on the stand since it would save the defense some embarrassment.

    I also learned that there were no searches done for chlorophyll. Uh oh. Guess someone lied.

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    I am thinking Jose was a very spoiled child that rarely, if ever, had the word "no" enforced. When he was told "no" he whined and whined and whined....till he got his way. all IMO


    Nosy by Nature and a Websleuther by choice

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    I learned that apparently I am going to have to extend Saturday's "I think I'm getting sick" to Sunday's "Oh I feel really bad", into Monday's "OMG I can't go out on the boat, I'll hurl".
    If there's hink....there must be stink.


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    I've learned that HHJP is so frustrated with the DT that he stated, "I don't care what y'all do, folks." 'nuff said
    "Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect." Steven Wright

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    I voted re: the work records.
    It's funny how, JB actually thought he would allow CA to get up there.. lie for the defense and be unchallenged...that dude..*shakes head*


    edited to add: I learned that, the whole month as past me by, I've been buried in this trial..*hangs head in shame*
    Providing domestic support and love to LE for 18.5 yrs and counting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by songline View Post
    I am constantly learning that JB has Brain Dust.


    Quote Originally Posted by Donjeta View Post
    so what are they able to say? "It's either poisonous or not but I have no idea if it's organic or inorganic"? And JB would call that an expert witness?

    Quoting wiki because JB is fond of it:


    Toxicology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    One would think that practicing toxicology would require some basic knowledge of biology, chemistry and medicine which would help in identifying organic vs. inorganic matter.

    He's just being difficult or else he thinks everybody else knows as little of their field as he does.

    I learned that it came as a total shock to JB that there is a rebuttal phase to this trial and in the rebuttal phase the state is going to try to rebut some of the lies the defense witnesses came up with. They think it's a discovery violation that the state didn't rebut the lies before they were uttered on the stand since it would save the defense some embarrassment.

    I also learned that there were no searches done for chlorophyll. Uh oh. Guess someone lied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songline View Post
    I am constantly learning that JB has Brain Dust.
    That explains it, all right.

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    I think KC is walking. However, I also think GA made that possible more so then JB.
    Unfortunately while JB is a ding bat IMHO he is doing exactly what GA said long long ago,
    "no body, no crime", and "cant tie KC to any murder", and on and on...
    GA said many things if we all go back and review. I just have no time or interest in doing that.
    I am not quoting GA - he said these things in different words.

    IMO
    JB will get a verdict that is either a mistrial, or a cant prove 100% who done it.
    Or he will be thrown off for BS he does, and get another trial,
    the longer it takes to get to a verdict the more things will be lost.
    MOST trials that take too long end up with an unjust verdict.

    in the end KC wont even say "Thank you Daddy"

    This trial is making a mockery of our system.
    Women are Angels.
    And when someone breaks our wings,
    we simply continue to fly... on a broomstick.

    We're flexible like that.

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