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  1. #211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smelly Squirrel View Post
    That's true, Walgren did try to ask about the newer papers, but you know, I don't think Walgren understood the scientific nuances well enough to nail White on his own, so he kind of let it go, probably knowing he'll get Shafer back on the stand anyway. Shafer is very convincing. He explains the issues well for a lay audience. And he was doing it without pay. Very refreshing to see that.
    So true about Dr. Shafer. He didn't seem to need to impress anyone with big scientific words and was very good at explaining this complicated medical testimony in ways that a layman could understand.

    I would have loved to have him as a teacher in my science classes. I'd have probably done much better in them than I did.
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    Yeah, he was my favorite witness. He's so believable. You can see he'd have testified for the defense if he saw the evidence that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanblueeyes View Post
    It is reprehensible for sure Borndem!

    Oh btw you asked me the other day how I was feeling and I was feeling so bad at that time I didn't even have the energy to post back. Sorry for my bad manners. But I did finally go to the doctor and I have four fractured ribs and I also bruised my spleen so it has been a really tough go so I haven't posted a lot in the past few days.

    I have read all the posts though and I sure have missed interacting with all of you throughout the trial day.

    I am getting better though............slowly. (sigh)

    So hopefully tomorrow I will be here while the trial is going on.

    IMO
    Reading here this morning to catch up before closings today and came across this. Major ouchie! I'm glad you saw the doctor and got some sleep meds. I hope you are feeling well enough to watch all day and grace us with some posts. Now, you know exactly why you hurt so much and know it will be better in the near future.
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    Let's Get Ready to Rumble


    ===========> Attention:
    TxLady2
    !!!!!!! <============
    <drumroll, please!!!>

    Good Morning, Fellow Walgren Droolers!!! Especially that one from the Lone Star State:

    Speaking of stars, I am re-posting oceanblueeyes' discovery of The Man!
    It's a great funky tribute to the 1st Chair Deputy Prosecutor, our McSteamy. It'll warm you up better than a cup of hot coffee or tea!

    It's a must for a little off-beat prep for today's court proceedings. Find a cold towel and click!

    Again, many thanks to our own oceanblueeyes!!
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    -- Originally posted by oceanblueeyes --

    Dr. Conrad Murray DA David Walgren ‘Bringing Sexy Back’ To The Courtroom

    Walgren has impressed courthouse onlookers with his impressive legal skills and professionalism. However, it's his JFK Jr. resemblance that has inspired a YouTube video montage of Walgren set to Justin Timberlake's hit, Sexy Back.

    Walgren is happily married to Deputy District Attorney Nicol Walgren, and the couple have two children.

    Take a look at David Walgren bringing Sexy Back below:



    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...back-courtroom


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    Quote Originally Posted by borndem View Post
    Wow, ocean, bless your little pea pickin' er, ah, spleen. Man, that sounds awful. Your spleen. No wonder you felt so bad -- sorry for dwelling on it, but I am amazed that your were able to do anything at all. Even a deep breath hurts. Whew. Bad. No wonder you could not sleep. Dayam.

    But so glad you're improving, Little Girl. I (this is no contest) bruised 2 ribs (Docs in a box), but they didn't have a lot of pity for poor, poor, pitiful ME, dammmit. But I did get 6 Tylenol w/codeine to sleep at night and that does the trick. This is the 3rd time I've pizzzzed off my ribs -- and it wasn't like I was baling hay or laying bricks (or laying anything for that matter) -- I was bending down to get the NY Times off the driveway from my car (duh). It did take my breath & bring tears to my eyes, but I've been moving about the house, etc., okay. What a drag it is gettin' old.

    Glad, glad, glad you're better! We need your smarts & your wit for this last lap.

    And, BTW, your remarks about a possible week of jury discussion might not be out of the question. Sometimes a juror can be a bit slow on the uptake, or just scared to do the "wrong thing," and that might slow it down a bit. But IS or something-or-other said that several of those jurors had been on superior court trials in the past -- one of them, several times. So that might help, too. And the biochemist. Since this is not a not-guilty vs. 20 --30 years type deal, perhaps it won't take so long....

    Health to you, my friend. Sweet dreams tonight I wish for you.
    Good morning Boredem and Everyone!

    THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL OF YOUR WELL WISHES. IT IS SO APPRECIATED. YOU ALL ARE LIKE A PART OF MY FAMILY TO ME.

    I'm here, but as my sweet aunt use to say 'I'm still kicking but just not too high!'

    Oh gosh Boredem that is scary about your rib encounters. I know it leaves you a little worried to make any sudden moves.

    Now I am a girl that will pick up something heavy at any given time but that sure isn't going to happen again anytime soon even though I didn't hurt my ribs that way but I know I will really watch what I do more carefully from now on.

    Now back to the main topic at hand.

    Is anyone excited this morning? I am. This is like the grand finale and I think we are going to see a great closing.

    IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smelly Squirrel View Post
    Yeah, he was my favorite witness. He's so believable. You can see he'd have testified for the defense if he saw the evidence that way.
    Exactly. He is an honorable man. He is not a 'bought' man and would have given his honest opinion no matter which side called him.

    He was even gracious enough to help the DT out when they asked.

    I fell in 'love' with Dr. Shafer. It makes me feel good to know there are great people out there like him.

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    I've opened up a thread for today's posts:

    [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=153519"]Conrad Murray Trial - Closing Arguments 11-3-11 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]

    Good morning everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by borndem View Post

    ===========> Attention:
    TxLady2
    !!!!!!! <============
    <drumroll, please!!!>

    Good Morning, Fellow Walgren Droolers!!! Especially that one from the Lone Star State:

    Speaking of stars, I am re-posting oceanblueeyes' discovery of The Man!
    It's a great funky tribute to the 1st Chair Deputy Prosecutor, our McSteamy. It'll warm you up better than a cup of hot coffee or tea!

    It's a must for a little off-beat prep for today's court proceedings. Find a cold towel and click!

    Again, many thanks to our own oceanblueeyes!!
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    -- Originally posted by oceanblueeyes --

    Dr. Conrad Murray DA David Walgren ‘Bringing Sexy Back’ To The Courtroom

    Walgren has impressed courthouse onlookers with his impressive legal skills and professionalism. However, it's his JFK Jr. resemblance that has inspired a YouTube video montage of Walgren set to Justin Timberlake's hit, Sexy Back.

    Walgren is happily married to Deputy District Attorney Nicol Walgren, and the couple have two children.

    Take a look at David Walgren bringing Sexy Back below:



    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...back-courtroom


    While we are waiting watch this video. There is so very cool shots of him in this one.

    David's Fans!

    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusive...back-courtroom
    "Pardon Our Noise, It's the Sound of Freedom" USMC New River Air Station, Jacksonville, North Carolina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talina View Post
    I've opened up a thread for today's posts:

    Conrad Murray Trial - Closing Arguments 11-3-11 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community

    Good morning everyone!

    Good Morning People, and a special thanks to you, Talina, for your fine thread-work for us!

    "He liked to push the propofol himself" (or close) -- The DT needs to be careful if they use that one....

    So why, Doctor, didn't you think about making that possibility impossible? -----> Why didn't You hide the IV and the propofol and the syringe (which by then, according to you, wasn't needed) before you walked out on him?

    You, big news, were just a bit late on the uptake, and you took the propofol bottles and IV and hid them just a bit too late, didn't ya?? You, his caregiver...

    Shame on you, Conrad Murray, Shame on you.
    Last edited by borndem; 11-03-2011 at 11:19 AM. Reason: spelling


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