Discussion in 'Conrad Murray' started by Soulmagent, Oct 24, 2011.
Welcome back, Oceanblueeyes, :seeya:
I hope your rib pain wasn't too bad during your errands run.
I did come back in time to see Chernoff get testy and act like a wittle kid on recross.
Dona Norris on the stand for the defense. Is she the lawyer for AEG?
Nope, the property manager for LE Beverly Hills.
LOL So much for TH's knowing what they were talking about this morning saying AEG president would be first defense witness.
Ok, now we know how the Beverly Hills LE logs 911 calls. No cross from Prosecution.
Witness is done, next up: Alex Supal. Police surveillance Expert.
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After that, defense begins their case calling witness: We're told LAPD Detectives Dan Myers, Orlando Martinez; 911 custodian of record.
Well, the defense is certainly starting off w/ a bang. not.
From what I could tell from the grainy video, that was Murray arriving at the end of the second one.
Defense asked witness if he ever went back to download additional footage, witness said no. Defense asked if anyone ever asked him to go and download additional footage, witness said no.
I believe this is the start of defense trying to plant the seed of doubt about someone else planting evidence in that period of time the house was not secured. My opinion.
They must have something planned for the 911 call and these videos. Those first two witnesses did nothing but lay the foundation for those to come into evidence. No clue what they plan to use them for though.
Defense done with this witness, lunch break before prosecution's cross.
Walgren said no questions before they recessed. So, defense will be calling a new witness after lunch break.
I am "assuming" the DT may bring up that surveillance video in their closing to say that nothing followed showing anyone who may have exited or entered the premises after that time. The "someone else did it" theory.
I suppose they will somehow tie the 911 call in their closing as well -- my guess would be that when a 911 call is placed from a cell phone - exact location cannot be determined from the number.
The problem is though that Dr Murray did know the address just not the zip code plus he had ample opportunity to get it from a staff member in the home or the call he made to MJ's assistant.
See you all after lunch
At this rate defense's case is not going to take too long.
It was very sad to see that video knowing that this would be Michael's last ride home until he was taken away dead on a gurney just hours later.
Were those people outside the gates "fans"? Because that video was after midnight and there were people out on the sidewalk. Did they know he was coming home from rehearsal or were they there all the time around the clock?
Jane V-M is having Jose Baez on her show this afternoon and he will give
his opinions of the CM Trial. How exciting! GRRRRR
I'm glad she warned me. I can definitely be doing something else at that time.
From what I've heard there were always fans outside his gate.
Some fans have said they'd be at the gates, then when MJ left to go to rehearsal, they'd go there.
And then leave there to go back to the gates at MJ's home, sometimes getting there before MJ did.
Now that's a fan!
Fans have also said that MJ always wanted to stop to say hello to the fans and to accept the gifts they gave him.
I remember from the security guard's testimony he said they brought things fans had given MJ into the house and left them at the foot of the stairs. I had no idea that was a nightly recurrance, I figured when MJ had public appearances and media appearances, not every day.
Those are some hard core fans alright.
So, what now??? The famous gap (another mysterious "gap" -- some of us are old enuff to know what the first one was & that it happened to another famous person, the POTUS, but POTUS not for much longer after his gap was discovered...).
Back on track now -- so now the gap has gone from 2 minutes to 58?? :thud: Yeah, this really makes CM look good and like he's the most knowledgeable and caring MD on earth.
They're all on demerol, methinks...