***GUILTY*** Mark Sievers - 1st Degree Murder & Conspiracy

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  1. Maxine2U

    Maxine2U Active Member

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    Not a "Golden Girls" fan, huh?
     
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  2. BeachSky

    BeachSky Well-Known Member

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  3. TrueCrimeAddict55

    TrueCrimeAddict55 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, a tip came to Florida LE from LE in Illinois or Indiana (1 of them). As IR, The tip was from a woman (cousin maybe?) that was visiting AW's mom (I think someone was doing her hair?) and AW was there complaining about CWW being out of town - and going to FL for the weekend to work - and that he didn't bring his phone with him - and they were newlyweds - and she couldn't talk to him all weekend, blah, etc., etc. Her flapping her jaws is how this tip was turned in and it's what really sent LE to Missouri. We now know that CWW texted AW MINUTES after the murder via burner phones so AW was LYING with her whining. I honestly think she knows a lot more and that she's lucky she's not behind bars too. What a wacky bunch!!
     
  4. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 I will do it, but I won't like it

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    DCF aware of Sievers accusations

    A break in the case came 11 days after the homicide, on the evening of July 9, when a law enforcement official in Illinois contacted Lee sheriff’s detectives.

    Chief Jeff Hamilton with the Southern Illinois Airport Authority told detectives that an acquaintance of his had overheard information about Curtis Wright being in Florida at the time of the murder and felt he might be involved somehow.

    Lee detective Michael Downs and Sgt. David Lebid flew to Illinois and spoke with the person, who is listed in the affidavit as a cooperating testifying witness or CTW.

    In an interview at the Jefferson County Jail in Mount Vernon, Illinois, the witness said she was at a home in Ballwin, Missouri, on Saturday, June 27, and heard a visibly upset Angela Wright, wife of Curtis Wright, complain that her husband had left on a unplanned and short-notice trip to Florida to repair a computer at the home of Mark Sievers.

    The witness said Angela Wright said she found out about the trip on Friday, June 26 and that her husband left early the next day. Because his car was being fixed, he had to rent a vehicle. He also told his wife because she needed to work and make money she could not accompany him.

    Furthermore, the witness said that she complained that Wright left his cellphone at home and could not understand how he could do that because they were newlyweds just two months married and because her husband “lives” on his phone.

    The witness kept contact through Angela Wright’s mother, Kathy Moran, and was able to learn that Wright returned home on the evening of Monday, June 29. The witness said Kathy Moran told her that the Wrights received notice of Teresa’s death on Tuesday, June 30, and left for Florida.

    Kathy Moran also told the witness that her daughter became angry when she asked her if Wright had fixed Sievers' home computer. Angela corrected her, saying the computer was at Sievers’ medical office.

    Moran expressed concern that Curtis Wright was involved in the doctor’s death because the couple is destitute and had no money for back-to-back trips to Florida. Moran told the witness that her daughter is a waitress and that Curtis is disabled and that they have to routinely buy groceries for them.

    ETA I've looked and looked and cannot find the ongoing media thread discussion only for this case. Does anybody have a link for it?

    TIA
     
  5. tmar

    tmar Well-Known Member

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    I loved the final Prosecution phase.
    Going through a great deal of evidence, summarizing matters, showing how one lead led to another was great.
    Explaining the many hours of work involved regarding personal phones, burner phones, pinging off towers, and the latest technology to give us a clear picture was superb.
    No wonder, GUILTY.

    Life now, is a steep down hill path for this jerk, thinking how smart he was, in his extensive, premeditated plans of the murder.
    MOO.
     
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  6. Arachne 1

    Arachne 1 Well-Known Member

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    The trick to outwit the Gremlins is to tap the post button once, and wait a few seconds to see if it goes through. If the post button trembles as if it is stuck, then very lightly touch the post button again. If it goes through, but leaves behind a post ghost, ignore the ghost and sign out. The next time you go to post, the ghost may still be lurking there. Tap the end of your ghost post, as if you were going to continue it, and the print will come back to life. Now, you can press the delete button and erase the duplicate post within the box, row by row, and replace it by typing in your new post in that same box. Your original post in the thread will not disappear. Hope this helps.

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    Arachne 1 Well-Known Member

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    I don't think so.
     
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  8. Curious Me

    Curious Me Long-Time Member from back in the day

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    Thanks for the tip. It's going to help a lot of us. Great explanation too. Ssshh…the Gremlins will hear us.
     
  9. Arachne 1

    Arachne 1 Well-Known Member

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    Could it be this one you seek?

    Current News **NO DISCUSSION**
     
  10. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 I will do it, but I won't like it

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    Thanks, but that's not the one I'm looking for.

    I saw that one but it started November 12th 2019. I'm looking for the one that goes back to the very beginning with all the original media. Usually a mod puts a link to previous threads in first post of new thread. This link doesn't have such.
     
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  11. Wyle_E_Coyote

    Wyle_E_Coyote Northern Virginia

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    Hope this works
    Media Links & Timelines
     
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  12. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 I will do it, but I won't like it

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    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    @dixiegirl1035 Here's one that I had saved, not sure if it's one of articles you're looking for? Back in 2015
    Family, friends split over innocence of Sievers murder suspects
     
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    human Well-Known Member

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    When someone posted that Mark played with the girls on the roof, I thought it was fake.

    Now I am convinced the girls were in some kind of plan he had as well
     
  15. Curious Me

    Curious Me Long-Time Member from back in the day

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    FelicityLemon, I'm so sorry to inform you that you might have what is called Duplicate Gremlins Syndrome.

    Do not despair. See the secret remedy above or in Post #446.
     
  16. TrueCrimeAddict55

    TrueCrimeAddict55 Well-Known Member

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    I remember how shocked I was when I heard that also because it is extremely hot here. You can literally burn your bare feet on hot concrete and they had a tiled roof!! I think it shows just how demented his mind is.
     
  17. Arachne 1

    Arachne 1 Well-Known Member

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    Wow. Very possibly, another insurance plot. But what if one or both had survived? And what if a neighbor could see it happen from a certain angle? He probably figured as much, and so abandoned the plan. One can't even guess with that guy. Unconscionable. And unpredictable.
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2019
  18. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Bbm. You were right!!
     
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  19. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    I feel like we are getting a lot of good verdicts these days from jurors who understand that the term “reasonable doubt” doesn’t mean any doubt or possible doubt.
     
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  20. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Be happy you’re good at common sense! Four hours. That’s all it took. This was a damn solid case for a jury to find him guilty that quickly.
     

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