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    John Q. Kelly is excellent but I am curious as to why an American lawyer was chosen.

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    There has to be a huge part of him that blames her for the fact he's in this situation, my impression is that he doesn't think it's justified on the courts / tabloid newspapers parts, but that he thinks it's her fault, in that that she gave them so much fodder to work with. False statement / cartwheels / Foxy Knoxy etc .. PURE CONJECTURE.
    You don't get a medal for switching alliances just before the result, as it becomes apparent the other team is set to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony2 View Post
    I wanted to hear more from John Q. Kelly.
    :-(

    Dang, they don't even have his comments in the playback. Now I can't even remember what he said.

    Can anyone refresh my memory, please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myvice View Post
    Dang, they don't even have his comments in the playback. Now I can't even remember what he said.

    Can anyone refresh my memory, please?
    The attorney made a comment about what the judge said. He stated Rafaelle was present in court. It did not make sense he was not asked any questions when he was willing to answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony2 View Post
    The attorney made a comment about what the judge said. He stated Rafaelle was present in court. It did not make sense he was not asked any questions when he was willing to answer.

    Thanks...I just drew blank lol.
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    WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG, he totally has separated himself from Amanda. He never said Amanda is innocent, Amanda had nothing to do with this. He said he doesn't have anything to do with it, he did nothing wrong. Why should he have to pay for someone else's peculiar behavior? (what he said). And he never once mentioned Rudy. He was only focused on Amanda, that why do I have to pay for what she did - is basically how I saw his whole interview.

    OMG.

    When Anderson asked him, do you hold Amanda responsible? And he did not say a simple answer - no. She had nothing to do with this either. We are both innocent. He said NOTHING like that.

    He said why should I pay for her peculiar behavior.

    OMG. Very revealing.

    I thought this was going to be a regular interview with pre-rehearsed lines. Boy, was I wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony2 View Post
    Notes: Rafaelle says
    * he says he was not attempting to flee
    * he says very close to his family and friends
    * situation very dramatic but he has to fight
    * the verdict was unreal, shocking and unbelievable
    *he was shocked by what the judge said
    *he says he was silent because no one asked to question him
    *the focus and attention was on Amanda
    * he is still in touch with Amanda
    *he was expecting an exoneration
    Attorney says:
    *He was willing to answer questions
    Also:

    -why should I be responsible for her peculiar behavior? (when asked if he holds Amanda responsible)
    -focus was on Amanda, but whatever it is, I'm not guilty for it, so why do they convict me, why do they put me on the corner, just because in their mind, I have to be guilty because I was her boyfriend.
    -I'm not saying that Amanda is responsible for all this situation, but they focus on her and accuse her, but I am have nothing to do with all these circumstances and all the accusations.
    -objectively, there is nothing against me, and...(short pause)...nothing very strong against Amanda.
    -in my case, I really did nothing wrong, and I don't want to pay for someone else's peculiar behavior

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldpizza View Post
    I don't feel from the interview he turned on her at all.
    No, he didn't turn on her, but what he didn't say and the way he said what he did was very telling. I definately feel like he is distancing himself from Amanda, and he never proclaimed her innocence.
    Now my philosophy is that it's never okay to kill someone. -- Convicted Murderer Jodi Arias

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMK View Post
    I am sitting here watching with 2 people, and all 3 of us saw subtle signs that he is.....
    Yes, ITA.
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    He crossed the border because he expected an exoneration


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow View Post
    RS talked like this before, a little more now though,

    but since English is not his first language it is hard to decipher meaning from his words. One cannot interpret meaning as you would a native speaker.
    I had no problem whastover deciphering his words or his meaning.

    I have not heard RS speak like that before. He would always say, we both have nothing to do with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMK View Post
    After seeing these subtle signs, I recall a month or two ago, a poster here (cannot recall who) had mentioned reading his "Honour Bound" book, and said something he wrote in it gave her pause:

    Something about him being the reason Amanda was not sent to prison for decades, his refusal to "sell her out". She saw some very subtle threat in this - and after seeing this segment tonight, I would say she is right. I had often wondered if he was innocent and was pulled in - through love - to cover for her. And then that in itself became a crime....
    I remember that conversation in the thread.

    It could be something like, it was her idea, and that's why he blames her. For example, if the prank was originally her idea. You know, people have a tendency to put most blame on the person who started it, even if they were involved in it. Like, oh if she hadn't come up with that stupid idea, none of this would have ever happened. Of course, that is no excuse, but I'm just thinking what might be going through his mind.

    Or, if if was an accident, if the accidental stab was done by her. That would also cause him to "blame" her.

    Or, if the whole staging/cover-up was her idea.

    So I think it could be any number of things like that, to where he would have also been involved, but in his mind he is putting the blame on her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs G Norris View Post
    There has to be a huge part of him that blames her for the fact he's in this situation, my impression is that he doesn't think it's justified on the courts / tabloid newspapers parts, but that he thinks it's her fault, in that that she gave them so much fodder to work with. False statement / cartwheels / Foxy Knoxy etc .. PURE CONJECTURE.
    I don't know, but you'd think in that case he would be like, she had nothing to do with this either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aa9511 View Post
    I don't know, but you'd think in that case he would be like, she had nothing to do with this either.

    I was shocked he admitted there was evidence (however little in his mind) against HER...


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    I think RS is innocent and did not deserve that conviction. I can see the <modsnip> court has exhausted him and also lied about him being uncooperative. He will appeal and hopefully win.

    If he knows AK did it, he should just say so because then that would lessen his sentence.
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