"If lies were cats you'd be a litter"
- Sep 25, 2008
- Reaction score
I agree. I just can't for the life of me figure out how that interview could possibly happen. Is this something that would be allowed for anyone that was just convicted? I am not that familiar with how things work in the States but here in Canada I don't think that would be allowed at all. I am so shocked she could get away with that. If her Mom wanted to go and spend all that time with her after the verdict instead of the reporter would that have been allowed? To me whoever in that court building let that interview occur should be fired.
The evening the verdict came down, JA's mother, aunt, grandmother and other relatives went to the jail and spent approximately 33 minutes with her. It was Thursday when whatever happened before court and it was cancelled and JA ended up in a rubber room, her family was not allowed to visit with her in the psych ward.