- Oct 15, 2010
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Oh man that autopsy report just kills me. so so sad
maybe we can hope that she will get a heart and tell LE where the rest of Zahra is. EB isnt going any where and only good can come from her telling the truth. Let Zahra rest in peace and give the family closure. Fess up to your crimes
Sweet precious Zahra. We all promised you that justice was coming. Though I'd love to see a harsher charge, I understand the second degree charge. Rest easy, precious child.
Zahra, my gs was born sleeping this morning. Please watch over him, and give him all the love I had so wanted to. :blowkiss:
I'm sorry if this has already been posted, the thread is 6 pages long and I'm very short on time here.
What is the maximum sentence for 2nd degree murder conviction in that state please?
(I appreciate anyone who knows the answer or bumps the answer for me on this thread, again I am very sorry to come here and ask something that has been answered!)
I think what the DA said was no credible evidence that anyone but EB was involved IN THE KILLING of Zahra. Now he did not say "only EB" was involved in the dismemberment.
I'm coming to the conclusion that Adam Baker confessed very early in the investigation and the deal he has is that he co-operates with the police, then after EB is convicted he will be charged with and plead guilty to an agreed upon list of crimes he did do (chopping up a body and hiding a murder? child neglect? cheque frauds?) and in return he gets to go free until his trial and be transferred straight back to serve his time in an Australian prison and not be in an American prison for more than a month or two.
At this stage it just seems to be the explanation that is most consistent with him still being free while Elisa has been charged. If you turn your attention away from his every twitch or grimace, and to the deal that must have been cut, I think it all becomes clear. Especially since he's centering all his public relations effort around appealing to Australians rather than Americans.
I'm thinking, if it wasn't a plea deal for it not being first degree, is because.
Elisa said she didn't mean to kill her.
Such as I smacked her harder than I intended to, her head hit, whatever, and she died.
If Elisa said she strangled her until she died, or put a pillow over her head until she quit breathing, that would be first degree.
Such as in the Casey Anthony case, taping all air ways, will certainly lead to death.
These are IMO.