speedy trial can be argued away for a delay. you'd be surprised the power prosecutors have. but the case should not be brought if it is weak and full of holes. you're right. again, that's very different than probable cause for arrest. if they have probable cause and if LE and prosecutor feel they can build the rest, and meet the burden of proof, then they should arrest asap. this is a moot point, because they don't have it.But if the lawyers see that the case is weak and full of holes, the person charged can demand his right to a speedy trial. Then it's too late to get your ducks in a row.
Nothing specific, at all. I believe she’s grasping at straws. She’s out of the loop it appears with no real information. She said she hadn’t really spoken to any of the other parents and police weren’t taking to her. She’s desperately throwing things at the wall to see if anything sticks. I can’t blame her.What did she say about them?
I have not read every post. The original poster would have to explain. I took the question in the context of earlier comments asking about which blood samples would be collected to try and get DNA profiles… there was a long post with several numbered questions about multiple victims & DNA mixtures and such. I read the question as being related to those questions.Okay, I'm definitely missing something. I can only think of one scenario in which whether their DNA was identical or different is relevant. Someone help me out?
Petty is subjective. I’m thinking more along the lines of POWER STRUGGLE. Think OJ and Nicole.One of the best posts i read here about this case and profile of the perpetrator, field that really interests me. I remember your previous post (abbreviation SA sticked to my mind), but this is even more logical and detailed explanation. I am impressed.
I wish to make a mark sonehow, so I can read your posts, whenever you write, but I am not familiar with this site. Can someone help?
Without violating the rules. I think the fact that K's mother and sister are in FB groups regarding the murders they can't help but read all the rumours and wonder about them. IMO they likely want to know peoples alibis for themselves to 'rule' someone out in their own minds. When I heard the father say "she" my mind went to one of the survivors.I agree! It would be hard to comprehend how this all happened and no one could hear them, save them. That as a parent, has to be a terrifying feeling. I need to relisten to the in person interview with Kaylee’s family… I hear “she” with the alibi but want to make double sure! What’s your thoughts ?
This link didn't mention the locks. ?She explained where she got all of her information. Everyone needs to watch the interview when it posts. She heard from the dad that he had just installed a new lock. He drove there to visit the sister Jasmine, who was in Washington nearby, and then he, “went to check on Xana, and install a new lock on her bedroom door.”
I found her to be very credible.
Cara Denise Northington, the mother of Idaho murder victim Xana Kernodle, tells NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield that police haven't been helpful and that she needs more answers. "There is so much more that can be done that has not been done," Northington said. #idahofour #moscowwww.newsnationnow.com
They were referring specifically to people on law-enforcement’s list of people who have been cleared. How many females are on that list?I didn't take away what you guys did from the interview with Kaylee's family based on the 1:30 clip posted above. I did hear the father say "she" but he could have been referring to anyone. College students have hundreds, if not thousands, of acquaintances through classes, campus events, sorority functions, work, etc. "She" is pretty ambiguous.
when I was in college, a woman was stabbed to death after he'd been stalking her, and had taken personal things prior.I’m wondering what was going on at the house in the weeks before the murders. Were items missing/stolen? Were the girls feeling unsafe? I have a feeling something must have changed
Have there been cases before where killers stalked their victims prior and actually stole something from them (before killing them)?
Sad to see we seem to be approaching the phase when everyone devasted blames others devastated. Sad but predictable — I’m sure it feels like an eternity for those who have so horrifically lost their loved ones.If anyone listens to the banfield interview with xana’s mom via phone, she is also bringing up the surviving roommates…. What are these parents getting at? I’m a little nervous how all of this will unfold. Like, holy blindsided twice in one night.
Idaho, like most states is 18
Subsection 3 of Idaho statute 18-3302 explains that Idaho is an open carry state, so people 18 and older can carry weapons without a license, open or concealed, as long as they're not banned from having a gun