Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by ColoGirl, Aug 16, 2018.
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Nothing will surprise me with this reptilian & I believe he’s realised he doesn’t like his new permanent quarters and he’ll try anything.
Don’t forget jails are full of ‘innocent’ people.
Excellent post. I agree. We can't test anything he says but if he is being truthful it's likely a God thing.
The dominant person theory is very interesting. Like he became so cast adrift in prison without a strong personality to anchor to.
I'm sure he will eventually find all types of dominant characters he can join up with. I wonder what his personality will be like.
Thank you so much for alerting me!
I wonder if the site will crash like last time and we won’t be able to download the documents! That was torture.
Good catch on the dates.
Imagine all the endless hours he has in there to contemplate.
Christian Longo eventually spoke. He admitted a lot but his statements were still somewhat self-serving. Like his b.s. Statement that his horrified, desperate wife "relaxed into" him strangling her and just calmly let it happen.
That's called dying, creep. Not submissively giving in to murder as if being strangled to death wasn't such a bad thing after all.
I wonder how CW's statements will compare.
I never said it was led by DA Rourk. I quoted him.
There would in fact be a bill to the taxpayer; the entire expense from airfare to per diem! It doesnT matter if the local, state, and federal authorities have budgets for this, it is still ALL taxpayer money!
I’m thinking they are just using the attorney to speak for them.
The FBI & others study these kinds of cases. I wouldn't be surprised if they worked on trying to get him to talk about it.
I highly doubt he's going to reveal the worst of it but i think he likely coped to being the only murderer there that night.
Does CW get the free use of a public defender for the rest of his life? IE after plea deal, sentencing, sent to prison, etc. It must be attorneys (possibly paid, I don't know) who urged him to cooperate further, possibly in exchange for amenities he doesn't get now. Can he just summon public defenders whenever he feels like it?
I personally don't think anyone else is involved, but is anyone keeping an eye on recent arrests?
Good questions? I'd like to know!'
Not sure about CO, but I do know from the Heather Elvis case in SC that Tammy Moorer has to pay for her appeal herself.
It bugs me to think of him having public defenders on speed dial to use whenever he wants to, if that is the case.
IIRC back at Trial end the Prosecution did not want CW to speak in detail of the crimes as they felt he would not be truthful. So what changed? Why now do they feel confident he is being truthful?
I didn't get the impression that they didn't want him to speak in detail, rather that they didn't think it was worth it to make it part of the plea deal.