2016.02.26 Mark D. Sievers: Charged with Murder in the 2nd Degree

Discussion in 'Dr. Teresa Sievers' started by IM4TRUTH, Feb 26, 2016.

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  1. Oregonmama

    Oregonmama Well-Known Member

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    That wasn't the avenue I was implying.....my comment meant that a female attorney was assigned for a brutal murder that took the life of another female.....

    I wasn't talking about the comparison of male vs female....ppl really need to ask another poster if they are confused about a comment and not imply.....

    I'm sure the lawyer that was assigned is good, I JUST thought it was interesting it was a female.....I have heard a lot of men retain female lawyers for a divorce , a tactic they use...... Might not help them but they do for strategy .
     


  2. Paulas88

    Paulas88 Well-Known Member

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    They both (IMO) will end up w/a plea for life w/o parole to excape the death penalty.
     
  3. cpeacock1

    cpeacock1 Verified family member - Allison Renee Smith case

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    http://www.medicaldaily.com/psychop...-you-thought-7-facts-about-psychopaths-361112

    I have been debating posting this comment...been thinking about it for days. The video of MS winking and smiling at the attorney, acting like he had not a care in the world. Whiskey tango foxtrot?? Who does that?

    IMO, MS will NEVER admit to orchestrating the blunt force trauma murder of his wife. He will continue to plead NOT GUILTY, even in the face of witness testimony (BFF CWW) and everything else LE has on him. The only way he will change his tune is if he is faced with the DP. Then he will try to save his sorry a$$. It didn't bother MS to plan the murder, make sure his wife made it to the airport on time, and check in with CWW to let him know the "plan" was still in place. But when it comes down to the 11th hour and his life is on the line, well different story. All just my humble opinion. And it makes me :furious:
     
  4. DaleTray

    DaleTray Active Member

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    You know that feeling you get when you witness your child or grandchildren prove they finally understand what you have slowly been trying to teach them? That Ah Ha moment. Sort of like the slower than average algebra student showing the teacher how they derived at their answer making the teacher smile?
    If a person wanted to go back and look through the TS threads and see how many of us have had our Ah Ha moment(s) of realizing just how cruel and selfish MS is and how glad the girls have started a new path in the previous weeks. I have had a few Ah Ha Siever moments and felt compelled to type :)[​IMG]
     

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    human Well-Known Member

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    I have posted this so many times so it is nothing new. I think it shows how he will never think he is in the wrong so he will think he will get off with his charm and manipulation

    http://m.wikihow.com/Identify-a-Psychopath
     
  6. DaleTray

    DaleTray Active Member

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    Surely MS doesnt think his charm will work this time. Surely he has read all our comments and seen all the evidence against him here on WS :) And that is even w/o the MS doc dump (s) and probably mucho damning evidence that we know nothing about. I bet CWW has revealed some juicy insider info so maybe one day he can return to his new bride. Which just made me wonder..............I wonder if AW will wait the 25 yrs for her man. He would be approx 73 yrs old when he gets out. Not much honeymooning left.
     
  7. U2forever

    U2forever Religion is what happens when God leaves the room

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    Yea, give me a chocolate shake, fries and one Old Sparky...to go please....
    Would you like the extension cord, cloth hood and wet sponge to go with the chair?
     
  8. irishchook

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    Wink News just reported that MS pleads NOT GUILTY!

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  9. SWFlorida

    SWFlorida Active Member

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    You beat me to it...was just going to post that new info....
     
  10. tlcya

    tlcya Old and Tired Websleuth

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    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    I should really read before I post :facepalm:
     
  13. Frigga

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    This is really great news for Teresa's girls and her family.

    They have so much evidence against Mark Sievers- he's frickin delusional- even if everything is circumstantial, no one else stood to gain directly from this murder but Mark. Bye bye nagging wife with normal expectations from a partner- hello $4 million dollars and change.

    I hope Jimmy Ray turns on him and pleads guilty when he's shown the evidence they have against him. I cannot wait to learn what is in the sealed plea from Curtis.

    If Curtis did this for Mark weather it be misplaced brotherly love or he's in love with Mark, I have no problem connecting the story told to AW's coworker at Nicoletti's about a different version of why RB may have went missing. The wild thing would be to learn that Mark was the most depraved of them all.

    He IS a monster and he will never have access to those little girls again.

    I wonder if the handoff to MG was because of the family chosen by Mark wanting it for them or if the girls told the judge that's where they want to be. Anyone know how that would work or how that went down?

    No matter- they are there and we can all breathe a sigh of relief. I bet Mark was fuming when he found out. That SOB can't be put away fast enough for me. The best thing will be the day that it's over- no more court dates or attention just forever to rot in a jail cell with men of his own ilk and worse.

    I despise that man.
     
  14. Lawdog99

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    IMO Mark is seething. However you look at it, he tried to turn those young children against the grandmother and others in the Dr's Family. Oh well Markie, I am sure they don't serve you a glass of wine to help you calm down for the night nor a sleeping pill, so just lie there and toss and tumble and grit your teeth......The life that you thought was so bad, is just going to get worse and you just getting started, and you are not in control of anything. Welcome to H___.
     
  15. MsArk

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    I knew it! Never had a bit of doubt that ******* would put his kids and family through a trial. And he probably had concocted a story that the thinks will fly.. and he is 4 million dollars richer. I kind of hope the DP is off the table. Easier , IMO, to get a conviction. Let him rot in jail for the rest of his life. *******!
     
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    Irishchook, see post here by Dmacky. He is being represented by a public attorney in as much as the agency the attorney works for is a public office. He is not being represented by a public defender from the public defender's office.
     
  17. irishchook

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    So, it's back-end way for him to get free representation?

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  18. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    Thanks for posting this, Dmacky. I falsely researched as Ms Neymotin being the new counsel. Mea culpa..Well, at least she is kinda like Mr Kelly's "boss".. ;-)

    -Nin
     
  19. IM4TRUTH

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    Early this morning NBC-2 showed lists of what CWW and MS have been purchasing while in jail. I can't find it anywhere to post it. :(
     
  20. Legally Bland

    Legally Bland Well-Known Member

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    BBM

    I'm in two minds on this. In the short term I think it'd be better for the kids if there wasn't a trial.

    But even if MS pleads guilty or no contest, I have no doubt he'd still protest his innocence to the girls.

    If there is a trial, when the girls are old and ready enough, they can look back at the evidence and see it cross examined and make their own minds up.

    The Sunshine Laws dilute my argument a bit, as they'll no doubt be able to view a lot of the evidence even without a trial.

    All in all, I do think that in the long term a trial may be for the best. (Unless MS does actually confess to the girls, but I just don't see that happening).

    (Definitely agree with the *******! ​bit, though).
     
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