CLOSING ARGUMENTS (Tues 09/04/2012)

Discussion in 'Kathleen Savio' started by Kimster, Sep 4, 2012.

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  1. Bravo

    Bravo Well-Known Member

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    Yes perhaps best to start fairly fresh tomorrow. It was a long day for them and a late lunch. I imagine DP blaming his "Team" in his mind. Or he is going over his mistakes as you say. In case he walks and gets a chance at a do over.
     


  2. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    I could maybe see him considering throwing hers away, but if his clothes are his official SWAT uniform, I wouldn't think he could just toss that -- IDK how that works with LEOs or the BPD.
     
  3. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    Oh, TobyWong, I agree. DP won't be so brave in prison without his gun and badge to hide behind. Besides, he only does violence and murder to females. No courage when it comes to someone his own size.

    NO, to doing time in a women's prison because of just what you stated. There is always some woman thinking she must have a man, any man. He would not go without 'companionship', IMO.

    He will remarry in prison if he goes to prison; just wait and see. He will find some young, naive girl/woman as a penpal and it will go from there. DP will always be doing something outrageous even in prison to attempt to get attention. I do hope that if DP is found guilty, everyone will just ignore him. He doesn't deserve attention.

    So! Prayers for justice in this case! Over and out!
     
  4. ohiogirl

    ohiogirl Active Member

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    See you all back here tomorrow for instructions and verdict watch.
    I am having a really hard time separating my dislike for this man and being objective based upon what was said in court. AND, a big AND, it was really hard to get a feel for some of the testimony when only a few sentences of each person were tweeted. I feel he is guilty, but I can't say from what I have seen in the trial that he will be convicted. I keep trying to put someone else in his place and see how I would feel about the case then. Tough one. Thanks to all of you posting the tweets and InSession posts. I am still glad that I didn't get to watch.
    Good night.
     
  5. luvmygarden

    luvmygarden New Member

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    My vote Stock up on champagne. It better be a champagne moment......
     
  6. luvmygarden

    luvmygarden New Member

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    What more does he want She asked him if he killed her sister. That family is very intimidated by Drew Peterson I think alot of people fear him.
     
  7. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    Ha ha! This made me lol literaly.


    Ok, I am still pages behind but have to run out again. hoping to be caught up reading before court starts in the am.

    Glad to know I'm not having to run out while we're on verdict watch.

    bbl tonight!
     
  8. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Well, thanks for that chortle, LaLaw -- I almost spit my coke on your wonderful post!! I needed it, so obviously I, for one, do NOT need anger management classes, dayammit. :banghead:[​IMG]:maddening::banghead:[​IMG] Wouldn't you agree???

    [​IMG] As for Lera, I thinks she's holding a smile in that sig sauer of hers [​IMG] !
     
  9. luvmygarden

    luvmygarden New Member

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    I just would like to know what the young ones on the jury are thinking. And mostly the Boy who is from Bolingbrook schools who recognized Nick Ponterellie.
     
  10. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Do you want me to drive???? [​IMG] Ya think I should go ahead & reserve our room now?
     
  11. Marsha

    Marsha New Member

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    Do you believe Bin Laden is dead?
     
  12. -MD-

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    As always thanks to the usual crew who's been updating us all with the InSession transcripts.

    I don't even know what to say at this point. I know I want him to be found guilty so bad, but I think I'm just preparing myself for it to not happen.

    As solid as the State's case was, and how Lopez was being his usual self, being from the Chicago land area I've seen a lot from that guy. Still not sure what to make of this.

    While everything in the common sense dept connects things, unfortunately criminal justice system is just that geared to protect those who are criminals.

    I hope the jury uses that common sense, but they really never put him physically at the scene. Some Jurors, or enough might not want to live with a guilty conscience of putting someone away based on other words.

    Cautiously optimistic I guess, :shug:

    See ya all tomorrow.
     
  13. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    ITA with you, C'Moon. And I hope the verdict is Guity as well.

    For me, it's as you say. It's not gut-feeling, it's not a hunch, it's just plain LOGIC and common sense. Nothing else makes any sense. Why didn't DP just throw poor KS's body in the tub & have her all sprawled-out, arms & legs in all directions? Too big a hurry? A tiny grain of pity? <choke> He was so cock-sure of himself -- and he may pull it off...


    :jail: P-p-p-please!
     
  14. RoseTree

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    I have mostly read here, trusting you guys as my source of information. On the cusp of a verdict- I can't help but look at my almost five year old wondering where Stacy is- as she disappeared as I watched the news (and a lot of it) as I was learning how to be a mama to my newborn.

    I can't imagine how much her own children must have changed.
     
  15. ~n/t~

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    I hope and pray the jurors come back with a quick verdict of GUILTY tomorrow. :rose:

    IMO, this case is a no brainer and anyone with a lick of common sense will render the right verdict.

    Thanks to all posting updates today. :blowkiss:
     
  16. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    sorry guys! I know how much you wanted this to go to deliberations today! Alert as soon as they are sent out tomorrow...
     
  17. wishinuall

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    I thought I was gonna fall out of my seat when I saw this! Wasn't this screaming 'MOTIVE' that the DT has tried so hard to keep out?! Beyond everything else that this revelation explained, "KATHLEEN GOT EXCLUSIVE POSSESSION OF THE MARITAL HOME" "until the property was distributed and there was a final decision"!!! This jury just has to be scratching their heads about some of the information coming in the most peculiar of circumstances! BTW, I sure wish I was as confident as so many of you! Admittedly, I have only caught up from the point the DT began their closing, & I thought the PT was great in their rebuttal, but did any of you hear the young man who spoke to IS ater the D's closing? He said the jury seemed somewhat 'entertained' by JB, laughed a few times, etc. It makes me extremely nervous! He did also add that they seemed a bit perturbed by some of their rude comments about witnesses too though. Just really anxious, & oddly, somewhat sad...hmmm, not sure why. Could be the way the slimeballs portrayed KS & SP??
     
  18. lonetraveler

    lonetraveler Crime Addict

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    BBm: I vote for all of the above! I know what you mean about the last verdict. I don't look at trials the same way and never will again. A bit "gun shy" and still can not read anything about the case. I have champagne chilled.
     
  19. Shelby1

    Shelby1 Cancer Sucks

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    I agree! He's certainly NOT my favorite judge.
     
  20. Shelby1

    Shelby1 Cancer Sucks

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    Not gonna happen lol.
     
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