Discussion in 'Trials' started by Tricia, Jan 9, 2019.
This is why I wish there had been a proper forensic exam with chemical testing for blood
Would you link or post the entire dialogue here?
Maybe the air conditioning has gone again. They've now been at lunch for 1 hr 50 minutes.
What's going on? Oh wait, Cathy must have read my mind lol
Cathy Russon @cathyrusson 2m2 minutes ago
#McStay - Court delayed returning from lunch until 2:15 pdt. Judge won't be available until then.
Last time I checked it was "morning break" and thought to myself....what a longgggggg morning break!! But they've actually been and still are, at lunch!!
I'm just going by what you stated.
IF the judge has another "dental appointment" he perhaps should consider getting all his teeth pulled. Must be costing him a fortune!!
This stuff cannot be "normal"...
Judge is being late from lunch, wonder if the PT was paying his lunch.
That would give him a motive.
I think the prosecution did a fine job of dismantling Mr Beasley's efforts.
Defense tried to restrict him to opining only on the absence of blood to conclude murders or violent acts did not happen in the house.
His whole blood spatter demonstration was a complete waste of court time. IMO
Judge overruled defense's objections to the prosecution going into other evidence he excluded from his report which points to the murders happening in the house.
Prosecution also pointed out skeleton spatter drops on table which goes against a manufacturing design feature. Also pointed out the table may have been rotated from the position it was in on the 4th, meaning the spatter was not necessarily next to the carpet on the 4th.
What we do know is DK did not make $250,000 as proffered in the DTs OS. Not even close.
They are back... McGee was not well, so Maline finishing cross exam....
They're back and Maline has taken over questioning.
hmmm I don't recall them saying he sold it for $250K? We only got to see a limited amount from Maline's OS, which covered Dan... any idea where you got the 250K from?
The monies already collected from internet orders never fulfilled and current deposits for products never received certainly make a legal case for fraud and fraudulent intent.
Thank you. Have not been able to listen to testimony. I did catch a bit from yesterday and saw for the first time that the blood spatter was in the legs of the table, too. Do I have that right? Common sense would lead us to believe the table had been moved and maybe turned since the house had been cleaned somewhat.
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I just know these things, Missy.
Gregg Stutchman next witness