- Feb 9, 2010
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Or any other case...she does this all the time...tries to find something that she can make slightly sensational out of basic info...
I never have bothered reading her articles in the past. I found what she had written only after looking for recent updates about Sierra early this morning. Thank you once again for the correction.
Can you recommend a reliable reporter who has consistently and professionally covered the Sierra LaMar case with frequent updates?
I just read an article about the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department releasing files regarding the arrest of the suspect in the Sierra Lamar case...
Sierra LaMar update: Documents Released, Searches Continue
Here is an excerpt from the article:
What's most interesting about the documents within this release is that the discoveries of evidence differs slightly from media reports. It was earlier reported that the bag and clothing belonging to Sierra were found in a field, but the fact of the matter is different. Sierra's belongings, along with DNA belonging to both her and Antolin Garcia-Torres, in an abandoned shed. That sheds more light on the possibilities of what happened to the young woman.
Oh that article is by Hoffman who is not very accurate (as per her usual efforts). The statement of facts has been out awhile and it states it was found in a field near a shed, not in a shed as CH incorrectly extrapolates. There are screen shots of video of what is presumed to be the bag against the shed in prior threads. It is very old news.
I don't think the police or DA is going to release anything they have on this case until trial - or when discovery is given to the defense... :maddening: unfortunately, not like Florida!
Also, rosesfromangels, didn't they tell you WHAT KIND of jewlery to look for when you went searching?? Strange, thought they would at least tell you "what" to look out for....:waitasec:
Oh, WHERE are you, Sierra!!??!! :dunno:
One development a reporter could ask about would be the plan to prosecute the assault case first. Is that plan still in force? Possibly the alternate public defender objected since he was already coming from behind. It was mid-June when the murder-kidnap case was moved to his office.
No, they prevented a mistrial. The defense attorney was asking for one, but it was legal to have the priest testify, knowing he lied about the molestation.Last I heard that was sounding like a mistrial?
There is no reason for LE to be talking about Sierra's case right now, other than the hopes of finding her. That seems to be what they need most from the public, as far as help.