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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    remember one of the cops said she heard ticking in the garage and then touched the hood of the car to see if it was warm and she reported it was. So if he did kill her it is possible he dumped the weapon and I recall something about burn marks on the top of her feet like rug burns, that could be caused from the sheet being tucked into the bed like a made up bed your sleeping in and the force of the strangluation cause her to thrash about trying to get free and the sheet made that mark. He could have driven a block or two and dumped the sheet and towel somewhere. The car ticking concerns me..
    There's all kinds of things that concern me, make me wonder, make me think he did it but I just can't get passed the shoddy investigation and then it makes me wonder even more. That's why I wouldn't be able to convict. There's enough to make you think AK probably did it but then on the other side, there's enough WTF, shoddy investigating and weirdness to make me go yeah, I don't know. I wouldn't want to be a juror on this case.

    As for the defense, I don't like aggressivness at all but I think he's made quite a few points and he's poked enough holes in the witnesses testimony. I mean that ME may be well respected and qualified but he came across very unprofessionally and I'd wonder if I could believe him.

    And there's a 911 analyst saying AK's pleas and choice of words show deception(was on insession). I don't know. I called 911 when my neighbor was having a heart attack and asked for the 911 operator to help me cause I didn't know what I was supposed to do, so I don't really get why saying help me is wrong. :/


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    I thought that Statement analyst was really over reaching.

    He made the statement about adam having said "oh my god 9 times" like he was really trying to conveince them.

    Well if you are looking at the statements people make as they are trying to conveince you then of course you will come to a conclusion they are lying or acting because you already have it in your head they have something to conveince you of.

    If you listen to the tape as a what is going on here. you might get a different conclusion . Not to mention these comparisons are made based on what guilty people say to conveince people they are innocent. The guilty people base there behaviour on how innocent people react . Kinda make the whole idea of " he is sounding like a guilty person ''in his statement, a very hard point to make. I dont even understand why the FBI attemps this particulur method because there are much better ways to get the same information base in fact and not this mess. JMO

    Who wouldnt ask for help? I did.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzychick View Post
    remember one of the cops said she heard ticking in the garage and then touched the hood of the car to see if it was warm and she reported it was. So if he did kill her it is possible he dumped the weapon and I recall something about burn marks on the top of her feet like rug burns, that could be caused from the sheet being tucked into the bed like a made up bed your sleeping in and the force of the strangluation cause her to thrash about trying to get free and the sheet made that mark. He could have driven a block or two and dumped the sheet and towel somewhere. The car ticking concerns me..
    BBM.

    The witness who said that has already been caught lying under oath, so I don't think the jury should take her word for it.


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    what about the cologne they said they smelled at the hospital? I thought oh ok this guy was out late and when he got home from his tryst she went balistic and that led to the fight and strangluation. that would explain the warm car, the fully dressed defendant at the hospital and the cologne. just antoher possible scenerio.. he said he was in bed asleep why smell like cologne?

    the defense tried to confuse them cause his twin was at the hosptial too


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    Tryst with who? Has there been any evidence presented showing that he was having an affair?


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    Sharon Barkwill is the witness on the stand now. Forensic expert for the state. Talking about fingernail scrappings she tested for DNA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    Tryst with who? Has there been any evidence presented showing that he was having an affair?
    dont know they( the state ) havent done IMO a good enough job in that department but I know men LOL and they have been married long enough for the new to wear off, im not saying it happens all the time but big beefy meathead lookin guys like him are at least tempted. He apparently has done a good job keeping that quite IF it occurred im just throwing out possibilities and let me tell ya, im 51 ,I was a PI and paralegal married twice and I know men! Like a book I know them and of all I have ever known rarely im mean very rarely did I find one that didnt have a least 1 or 2 squeezes on the side. just men and testosterone and nature


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    Tryst with who? Has there been any evidence presented showing that he was having an affair?

    Here's an article regarding your question and a couple of snippits out of it:


    *Prosecutors argued to the judge that Adam Kaufman's possible motive was lust, and claimed that he started seeing another woman just after his wife died.
    "Here he's asking this girl out with his dead wife's wedding ring on his finger, the next month, December of '07," prosecutor Matthew Baldwin said when the jury was not present. "By January, February, they're having regular sex. He was not exactly devastated by his wife's passing. I mean, the best analogy I can think of is when Casey Anthony [got a] a tattoo."*





    *State prosecutors admitted they didn't have any evidence that Kaufman ever cheating on his wife before her death. Judge Miller ruled that any testimony about a possible woman that Kaufman might have been seeing was not admissible at that time, and could not be brought up in front of the jurors. *

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/adam-kaufma...0#.T70lplJQR-w


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    Maybe, but they can't convict him of murder on the grounds that he has testosterone! They can't use a scent of cologne as evidence of motive either, that's very thin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    Maybe, but they can't convict him of murder on the grounds that he has testosterone! They can't use a scent of cologne as evidence of motive either, that's very thin.
    Maybe one day ,when Dr Vass has gotten his smell machine out to LE.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    Tryst with who? Has there been any evidence presented showing that he was having an affair?
    The only thing I heard talked about was some date he went on shortly after with his brother and sister-in-law and that means nothing to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    Maybe, but they can't convict him of murder on the grounds that he has testosterone! They can't use a scent of cologne as evidence of motive either, that's very thin.
    that's very true!! its the neck injuries that MIGHT get him. I wish they had done better like looking at his puters maybe they did I dunno but he is smart and appears to be smart enough not to leave a trail. But then like I said about the cologne it could have been spontanious like a fight when he got home. many women are so concerned about image like Lina appears to be that even if he was cheating everyday she might not let that out, you know for appearances sake, its a sign of failure on the womanes part ( she thinks this) I dont think that I think it shows he is a typical man! LOL

    It has become my opinion that most if not all men IF they can, will look both ways as if the coast is clear will poke any chick they so desire. Does not mean they are williing to leave the marriage just means they like a variety. this is how they are programed from birth. Women do too but not near as often they are programmed to nurture and have less desire/need to cheat. I saw a study in anthropology where they think the cave man only stayed with his partner for 4 years long enough the kid can get around on his own then he took off for another cave woman. They think this holds true today and can be proven by the length of a marriage, many divorces are sought after 4 years. Interesting.


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    That could all be true, but its not evidence that this particular man was having an affair, still less that he's a murderer. The prosecution seems to be reaching, and I'm usually not this skeptical before the defense have even started presenting their case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post
    That could all be true, but its not evidence that this particular man was having an affair, still less that he's a murderer. The prosecution seems to be reaching, and I'm usually not this skeptical before the defense have even started presenting their case.
    I wish they would show us all the pics I want to see them i want to know what the odds are of any other possibilites that those injuries could be caused any other way. if there really is a reason other than murder than I would let him walk. I got a feeling though the cops/state know and have seen strangulation enough to know when it is murder and if and when it could be something esle. I do not know this particluar are or state well.

    Look at the Anthony case I think they were way too easy on her! didnt call Shirly Pleasea didnt mess with Cindy enough IMO. they appear at least in that juridiction to be easy going in Orange County LOL


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