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    "Save Darlie" Video

    Thoughts? Basically a biased run-down of the case and requests for money, IMO.




    (I accidentally posted this in the 911 Call thread, I meant for it to have a thread of its own so I'm reposting).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
    Thoughts? Basically a biased run-down of the case and requests for money, IMO.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sh6YxbopCgo


    (I accidentally posted this in the 911 Call thread, I meant for it to have a thread of its own so I'm reposting).
    Oh yeah the usual dog and pony show. Darlie an innocent on DR. Listing all the things that "make her innocent."

    Anyone who sends her money is nuts.

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    meh I'm not impressed with the video but I am kinda interested in reviewing the facts & evidence ... it's been quite awhile since I read anything about the case ... so I guess in that respect, the video was effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by cami View Post
    Oh yeah the usual dog and pony show. Darlie an innocent on DR. Listing all the things that "make her innocent."

    Anyone who sends her money is nuts.
    I have to admit that I used to . Well, not money, but gifts. No more.

    I know longer know whether I believe in her innocence but I have my reasons for not continuing contact with her.

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    So how close is she to execution?

    Hasn't she been imprisoned for almost 15 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
    I have to admit that I used to . Well, not money, but gifts. No more.

    I know longer know whether I believe in her innocence but I have my reasons for not continuing contact with her.
    Well of course I'd love to know why. I think there's been more than one person who has dropped her after getting to know her in prison for personal reasons and most of them now believe she's guilty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
    I have to admit that I used to . Well, not money, but gifts. No more.

    I know longer know whether I believe in her innocence but I have my reasons for not continuing contact with her.
    Shamrock! I didn't know this!! PLEASE tell more. (Please, please, pretty please?? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
    I have to admit that I used to . Well, not money, but gifts. No more.

    I know longer know whether I believe in her innocence but I have my reasons for not continuing contact with her.
    I, too, would like to know more about your interaction with her. Of course, as your blushing indicates, you may not feel comfortable sharing that with us.

    I believe she is guilty. I am always curious about how death row inmates keep from going crazy, and my need to know does not trump your need for privacy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock View Post
    I have to admit that I used to . Well, not money, but gifts. No more.

    I know longer know whether I believe in her innocence but I have my reasons for not continuing contact with her.
    I see that you have a blushing icon, but I don't think you should be embarrassed. At the time you were sending her gifts you believed in her. I think a lot of people do what you did and I think you just cared for her and her situation. I had thought she was innocent too for all these years but this past summer thanks to this thread and the good people here I was directed to the trial transcripts and photos. What sealed her guilt for me was seeing the window area on the inside and outside of the garage. There is no blood at all there. I truely am sorry for whatever it was she did to you that you have stopped contact with her. I just hope she hasn't harmed you for the rest of your life. Please know that I am so sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthling View Post
    So how close is she to execution?

    Hasn't she been imprisoned for almost 15 years?
    She could sit on death row for up to 25 years, its rare but can happen.


    I don't remember the case but IIRC a man was on DR for 28 years before he was executed. If I have time later I will search for the longest time that a person has sat on DR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonders View Post
    I see that you have a blushing icon, but I don't think you should be embarrassed. At the time you were sending her gifts you believed in her. I think a lot of people do what you did and I think you just cared for her and her situation. I had thought she was innocent too for all these years but this past summer thanks to this thread and the good people here I was directed to the trial transcripts and photos. What sealed her guilt for me was seeing the window area on the inside and outside of the garage. There is no blood at all there. I truely am sorry for whatever it was she did to you that you have stopped contact with her. I just hope she hasn't harmed you for the rest of your life. Please know that I am so sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyL View Post
    meh I'm not impressed with the video but I am kinda interested in reviewing the facts & evidence ... it's been quite awhile since I read anything about the case ... so I guess in that respect, the video was effective
    Oh there's music now, no audio yet, just music.

    I for one found absolutely no facts or evidence on this video...just Darlie's list of the so-called evidence, crime scene contamination, etc., etc. all those things they like to blame on the state and the homicide detectives for her conviction, like missing photos, missing knives and some kid getting his hair cut, black cars in the neighbourhood allowed to leave the crime scene, blah, blah, blah, blah.

    Oh and then asking for money.

    I thought she had won discovery in her appeal for the dna tests. That means the state pays so I wonder why they need money for dna tests? Those tests should have been completed by now shouldn't they?

    Just my rambling thoughts once again.

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    I sure wish I knew how to search for the results of those DNA tests. You can bet your boots that they have been done for a long time and Darlie dosen't want the results published. I also wonder how many appeals she has left and what the next one will be based on.
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    fran in the jury room found this for us bless her heart. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death-row
    As of 2008[update], there were 3,263 prisoners awaiting execution in the United States.[3] Also as of 2008, the longest-serving prisoner on death row in the U.S.A. who has been executed was Jack Alderman who served over 33 years. He was executed in 2008.[4] However, Alderman only holds the distinction of being the longest-serving executed inmate so far. A Florida inmate, Gary Alvord, arrived on Florida's death row before Alderman arrived on Georgia's death row and, on 9 April 2009, Alvord had been on death row for exactly 35 years[5], longer than any other United States death row inmate. The oldest prisoner on death row in the United States is Leroy Nash, age 94, in Arizona.
    I could kick myself for not posting something I had read earlier cuz I can't find it now. But it said something to the effect that the average time spent on DR is 14 years and then inmates give up because they get tired of waiting. I will try some more to try to find it and post it because it seemed to me that an inmate could appeal forever if they could keep on digging stuff up. KWIM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonders View Post
    She could sit on death row for up to 25 years, its rare but can happen.


    I don't remember the case but IIRC a man was on DR for 28 years before he was executed. If I have time later I will search for the longest time that a person has sat on DR.
    My Way Of Bumping. Sorry. If I weren't an idiot I would be able to find these things myself. UGHHH I get so mad at myself. Thank God for the wonderful people here at WS.


    This is from lisalei321 in the Jury Room:
    This guy has been sitting on Death Row for 28 years.

    I knew the Deputy he shot.

    This is just unbelieveable
    http://www.theledger.com/article/200...news/911045075
    Of course I am unable to get the link to work. His name is Paul Beasley Johnson.
    The link below works.
    http://www.theledger.com/section/TOPIC0109//
    Last edited by wonders; 01-01-2010 at 09:28 PM. Reason: Trying to get link to work.
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