Uh....tee hee - is all I can come up with!!
Baez lashes out at investigators
On Wednesday Casey Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez released the following statement regarding the crime scene:
“The Casey Anthony Defense Team has made numerous attempts to preserve the evidence in and around the location where the human remains of what appear to be a small child were found.
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Uh....tee hee - is all I can come up with!!
(all posts are my opinion only--do not try to understand my logic)
No surprise - just more of what I already posted on another thread: trying to poison the future jury pool into thinking that they have some "right" to be there.
These experts who are behaving this way, along with J Baez and his crew, are simply trying to sway the FUTURE JURORS who may be watching any video or news reports of these events into THINKING that they, J Baez and his crew, SHOULD HAVE been allowed access, ergo possibly getting them a leg up with the future jurors.
Not that I think it will help (cause I don't, since the nation is watching the events and proceedings and likely knows what the judge ruled) but I guarantee you this is why they are acting this way. ITA it's unprofessional, to say the least, since J Baez, for one, knows darn well he'd never be able to get any such argument/testimony in front of the future jury (Judge S would shut that down IMMEDIATELY in light of his rulings DENYING any such access!)
He is being given reasonable access to the scene. Exactly what he is entitled to. Did this man go to law school? Does he have internet access where he could read the laws in Florida? They have a very easy to navigate site, maybe I will send him a link. It might clear up how to proceed.
Baez worried that "this matter has already become a Media Circus". Now, there's a joke. The guy has never met a microphone that he didn't like.
The prior poster had it right--this is nothing but bs grandstanding to poison the jury pool. Trust me, this sort of thing works with juries. All it takes is one juror. This is why I think the court erred by not imposing a gag order.
I watched four experienced lawyers on Fox earlier(two of them now news people) discussing this and not a one of them felt that the prosecution was doing anything wrong.
They indicated that this is standard in murder one cases.
JB is grandstanding, IMO. He has nothing that is going to save the ice princess and he knows it. This is the only shot he has, discredit and complain.
"Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect" Steven Wright
i believe judge strickland called Baez's tactics regarding premature access to the crime scene "interfering with a murder investigation".
Baez knows he can't win in a court of law so he's now taking it to the court of public opinion. i don't think he'll win there either.
Well, I can't comment at all. Don't want to be banned.
Gimme a break, The body has not been Identified yet,what makes him think he can just waltz on into a crime scene investigation?? Back off Baez and let LE do its job is all I have to say
My Beautiful Precious , I miss you so much!
It BAFFLES me that he does not seem to get that by insisting they have a right to be there he is confirming that this is Caylee's body, the location of which would only be known by the murderer. That damages his client.
QUOTE=PomMom12;3070256]Baez worried that "this matter has already become a Media Circus". Now, there's a joke. The guy has never met a microphone that he didn't like.[/QUOTE]
I love it.
IMO Baez needs to spend as MUCH time as he can to prepare a defense, not worry about what everyone else (LE) is doing. ITA that he's working to taint the jury pool.
~~ Donna ~~
**Collective I.Q. of YARN I tell you**
***Mason: “When you looked at the pictures, was the mandible [jawbone] there or not?"
Garavaglia: “The mandible was there. It was there on x-ray and it was there in pictures.”
Mason: “Who placed the mandible there?”
Garavaglia: “God.” ***
***Mason returned to the possibility of drowning. Garavaglia replied that she had never seen a drowning with duct tape on the lower half of the face. “There’s no reason why a child that’s drowned is put in a plastic bag and dumped on the side of the road,” Garavagalia said.
***JB to Murdock :"Sir you're not a piece of duct tape are you? So you can't say your brand is my brand can you, sir"?***
***"I don't/can't remember/recall"*** Dr. Spitz
I totally agree. I was wondering about this yesterday. I, myself, was not sure if a defense team had a right to examine the crime scene along with LE. I did not think so, and certainly understand and agree with the judge's decision, but the point is, I was pretty much clueless. Thanks to the posters here, I found the answer rather quickly. I am assuming that I am not the only one that did not know the answer, and it is worrisome that many others may not understand and see this as some big controversial conspiracy by LE against KC. Definately an attempt to taint the jury pool.
I think about you constantly, whether it's with my mind or my heart. ~Albany Bach Reid
And he is special...because? What part of the court proceedings did he not understand?