Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by 0101ABA, Nov 8, 2019.
Well, at least the mop can’t lie!!!,
I don't think the state is going to put SF on the stand. It seems like a risky move because she is not cooperative and would be erratic and it could backfire.
May has been very calculated and organised, and it has been successful, it seems. I don't think he wants to risk it at this point.
Maybe the ex-husband from Idaho? Does he have anything important to offer?
Or the counsellor from the rehab/health centre?
Now that I would really like to see.
Not as much as I would like to see Frazee testify, though.
Curious - is this a strategy by a defense that is overwhelmed with evidence their client is guilty? Setting up appeal (ineffective counsel?) it does seem odd they haven’t objected more but maybe they can’t because it’s futile ? Or are they saving everything for the closing argument a’la Jose Baez in the state v CA? I’m really trying to understand the defense strategy....
As excited as I am to see how the prosecution wraps this up tomorrow, and who they call to the stand (please be SF), I’m more excited to hear the defense put forth by PF’s public defenders.
We’ve had some good laughs at PF’s stupidity thus far, but the fanciful tale the defense is going to attempt to sell the jury, should take the cake.
That “house” has a rock solid foundation so far. Show us otherwise, defense...
Hate might prevent that.
Lol too funny.
Gotta say you just won the top prize for MY favorite post.
I'm sure you're beyond thrilled. Lol
I just think they’re attacking what they can, and holding back on what they know they can’t. A lot of this stuff is irrefutable.
In some cases, I think going after a particular witness has been calculated to be a bad decision.
It is really hard to object when the testimony is quick and fact based. Hard to get a hold of anything that can be twisted with those kinds of witnesses.
I noticed they did cross for over an hour with KK, because they had more wiggle room to question her statements, as some did not have solid corroboration.
But I do have to say, some of the jurors questions do make me nervous. There does seem to be some possible uncertainty there.
I don't think the defense expected KK to be such an effective witness. KK sure got her money's worth from her legal team. MOO
Life is about to slow down
Get through tomorrow morning and i’ll Be ok
I just want her gone
From the testimony - you could reduce the font and fit them all on your avatar
IMO most telling and most damaging - I just want her gone - how can the defense recover from that ?
The problem they encountered, is that everything she said was fully supported by the evidence.
So they couldn’t attack her on that, and had to focus on all the things that really don’t matter (to the case). Her previous lies, her attempts to commit murder, her not reporting this.
That was effective, but only to a point.
Lol! Good one!
Only option that seems to be left is PRAYER....but don't think it will help...hole is just too deep for PF.
I REALLY want to see the defense case too. One clue, it seems they don't have much of a case to put forward, if Closings start tomorrow, as predicted.
I'd think a solid defense case would take a full day or two, not just an hour or two.
Do you know the actual addresses of the Frazee and Nash Ranch? I'd like to see them on a map. Thanks!
The DM article also misstated that the burn site was at Nash ranch. So there are some errors in the reporting. I’ve never considered DM a legitimate MSM source. Just too many errors through the years. MOO of course
Aren’t people on probation forbidden from communicating with felons or people in prison?
My take on what little we heard regarding the juror questions ? I got the feeling they were wanting to have a better understanding - so far it seems they are being thorough IMO (fingers crossed there are no - oops never mind)