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    Biaz claims his client has already been Tried for Homicide

    http://www.wesh.com/news/17656202/detail.html#


    Where's he been?

    Oh yeah in his office eating brownies getting stupid with KC, while she feeds him more Bolongna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law_girl41 View Post
    http://www.wesh.com/news/17656202/detail.html#


    Where's he been?

    Oh yeah in his office eating brownies getting stupid with KC, while she feeds him more Bolongna!
    Well he said:
    "Essentially, law enforcement or the state attorney's office has successfully tried a homicide case against the defendant in the public eye," Baez said.

    So why is she still allowed out of prison if they were successful? oh wait because that don't mean anything in the real world, it only means something if they are successful in a court of law.

    Sigh.... I thought he would know this?

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    oh wait more drama:

    ""....without even having access to the same information the media systematically and exclusively receives from law enforcement about her case.""

    Hmm I was able to get this from the media but she cannot? I wonder if Baez is smart enough to do downloads?

    Damn this guy is now starting to bug me, I was much to lienient with him early on. and gave him way too much leeway

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    "Essentially, law enforcement or the state attorney's office has successfully tried a homicide case against the defendant in the public eye," Baez said. [Emphasis added.] http://www.wesh.com/news/17644972/detail.html

    Baez said it! Prosecution wins on a homicide conviction! (In the public eye.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friptzap View Post
    oh wait more drama:

    ""....without even having access to the same information the media systematically and exclusively receives from law enforcement about her case.""

    Hmm I was able to get this from the media but she cannot? I wonder if Baez is smart enough to do downloads?

    Damn this guy is now starting to bug me, I was much to lienient with him early on. and gave him way too much leeway
    Right! If the public has it, Baez has it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Themis View Post
    Right! If the public has it, Baez has it.

    AHA! Unless Casey has caused a meltdown of his office system...he could be lagging behind us a bit.

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    Oh, boo hoo hoo, poor JB. You are so in over your head!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friptzap View Post
    oh wait more drama:

    ""....without even having access to the same information the media systematically and exclusively receives from law enforcement about her case.""

    Hmm I was able to get this from the media but she cannot? I wonder if Baez is smart enough to do downloads?

    Damn this guy is now starting to bug me, I was much to lienient with him early on. and gave him way too much leeway
    Of course he means the leaks about forensic results that he and his team have been unable to see.

    Quote Originally Posted by Themis View Post
    "Essentially, law enforcement or the state attorney's office has successfully tried a homicide case against the defendant in the public eye," Baez said. [Emphasis added.] http://www.wesh.com/news/17644972/detail.html

    Baez said it! Prosecution wins on a homicide conviction! (In the public eye.)
    Because of the media campaign, the entire world thinks Casey killed Caylee, case closed hang her high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiraclesHappen View Post
    AHA! Unless Casey has caused a meltdown of his office system...he could be lagging behind us a bit.
    LOL It takes up a lot of time you know making up all those maps and marking out where Casey can go to find Caylee. He can't be do that and be paying attention to other things!

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    How does this man still have a job? Worst lawyer EVER.


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    Lol, It wasn't LE who successfully tried a homicide case against the defendant in the public eye, it was Casey.. hehe It was the fact that she didn't report her missing child . It was her mom who reported it, 31 DAYS LATER... And on top of that, the smell in the trunk, another give away..


    This post is my opinion only, and is subject to making me look totally confused

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    OH Wait......Let me fix my hair while I cash this stolen check....

    Judge Stan Strickland "God didn't set Casey free - a jury did"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law_girl41 View Post
    http://www.wesh.com/news/17656202/detail.html#


    Where's he been?

    Oh yeah in his office eating brownies getting stupid with KC, while she feeds him more Bolongna!
    OT, somewhat, but that link takes me first to the story about some of the things Casey bought with the checks she stole from Amy.
    It says that blue number 82 shirt she was wearing when she got arrested was one of the things she bought.
    That really made me laugh.
    Lanie

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    ok ..he just makes me shake my head in disbelief

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    Successfully!? Well, it seems Baez finally may have seen the light.

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