Christina Noudga Trial Thread 11.22.16

Discussion in 'Timothy Bosma' started by sillybilly, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. sillybilly

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    Christina Noudga goes on trial November 22, 2016 in a Hamilton, Ontario courtroom. She is charged with being an Accessory After the Fact to the murder of Tim Bosma. Noudga’s former boyfriend, Dellen Millard, and his co-accused Mark Smich, were both found guilty in the first degree murder of Tim Bosma.

    Noudga has elected trial by judge alone, and she will be represented by the law firm of prominent defence lawyer, Brian Greenspan.

    ‘Should I have asked every time he showed up pulling a trailer?’ Bosma killer’s girlfriend to face her own trial

    Ann Brocklehurst, Special to National Post | October 26, 2016 | Last Updated: Oct 28 3:26 PM ET

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    CLAIRMONT: Fingerprints are evidence whether Noudga likes it or not

    Hamilton Spectator
    By Susan Clairmont

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  3. sillybilly

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    This trial discussion thread is for the Noudga trial evidence/testimony only. It is not for general discussion, posts about past threads, other members, etc. Off-topic posts will be removed.

    Note: Only testimony that is published through MSM reporting (articles and tweets) is allowed. Keep discussion focused on testimony as it becomes public knowledge and remember to link up to MSM reporting of same.

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  4. matou

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    But no phone call went to the police from either CN or MB to let police know about the trailer that could have had the truck in it.

    http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/tim-bosma-witness-christina-noudga
     
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    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    Blah! I read some rumour about this and hoped it wasn't true.
     
  8. Tiggertoo

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    Why would there be a deal at this point? Can someone explain?.
     
  9. mozzagirl

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    I thought that there was enough to face trial. Why on earth would the Crown be talking about a possible resolution on a lesser charge??
     
  10. Kamille

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    The deal was presented to them so they will likely entertain it. Especially if they feel the evidence to prove she knew what she was doing is weak. I have a feeling the Bosma's will want to go ahead with the trial but the Crown may be considering the possibility that she will walk from all charges and explaining that to them as well. Not sure how much of their input will affect what the Crown chooses to do in this case.

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  11. Kamille

    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    A defendant can plead guilty at any point. The "deal" part of a plea deal is that the defendant wants to plead guilty to a lesser charge.

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    I REALLY want her to do time. I suspected this could happen as soon as I saw that she had retained Brian Greenspan. Just look at what he did for Marco Muzzo! Not surprised but bitterly disappointed if true.
     
  13. hopingforjustice

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    Well that is very sad...There is no one more deserving than her for another stint in jail to wake her up. This deal will do nothing to avenge the wrong she did to the Bosma's nor will it deter her from committing any kind of wrong doing again. Her arrogance just makes me sick. Amazing what money can do!
     
  14. Kamille

    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    It IS amazing what money can do. I find the hiring of Greenspan this late in the game to be very suspect as far as what her family may be able to afford. Because one other thing that a plea deal will accomplish is that a certain bunny is once again off the hook from testifying in this case and the details of her part in the wiping of evidence will not be tweeted out to the general public again. Not to mention the details of the letters and how they managed to pass between her son and various people on his do not contact list, including the defendant in this case.

    So IMO, I guess it would be a win win for more than just CN if this deal is accepted. Unless of course there is a good possibility that she will be found not guilty of the charges against her. I wonder whose interests are served better by this possible deal? :waitasec:

    MOO
     
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    Susan Clairmont ‏@susanclairmont 19. Nov.
    Susan Clairmont hat xxx retweetet

    It starts Tuesday (Noudga trial). I won't be there, at least not until after we have a verdict in the Robert #Badgerow murder trial. #Bosma #hamont
     
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    Hi all, do you think we should start a Twitter roll call thread like we did for the other trial? Assuming she doesn't take a plea deal, that is.

    I'm not available Tuesday but should be able to help post AC's blog for at least a couple of hours a day for the rest of the week.
     
  18. loveisthemovement

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    Interesting from The Spec article:

    And while Sharlene Bosma, Tim's widow, committed to being there, front-row centre, for each day of the murder trial, she had said she could not go through that again.

    "I have decided with the completion of the primary trial that it is time for my daughter and I to begin to rebuild our lives," she explained. "Spending more time in the courthouse is not what's best for our little family."
     
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    I can't imagine how the Bosma's must be feeling seeing these headlines again.. I'll bet they just want this chapter behind them.
     
  20. Georgeo

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    If she was innocent of this charge, why would she even be contemplating or discussing a plea deal???? Clearly, the case against her must be fairly strong for her high-priced lawyer to try to plea bargain it down...

    Let's hope it is not a repeat of the KH deal with the devil.....
     
  21. matou

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    Oh I'm sure she knew he killed Wayne and Laura too. Disgusting. JMO
     

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