Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Patch Tuesday, Dec 20, 2019.
Your guess may be right, but it seems an objection born out of desperation. Has Prior not SEEN the very large dig that occurred in that area and does he think that photographs of that large dig will not come into evidence? If there were a raccoon along with the dog and cat, they'd have found it. LE had the text in evidence before they dug.
I think we are being a bit too hard on Wood. It's like the first day of school and he has not gotten his groove. There is SO much evidence to get out but he doesn't want to fire hose it. Also, prelims and trials are different. He wants to get the facts out because the judge doesn't want a lot of BS. Yes, there is a story to tell that the jury will need to hear because he will count on their emotions but the judge is simply going by the law. He will get plenty of feedback from others and sharpen up, even before the end of the trial.
The hearing is back in session:
This is what is puzzling me so far - Chad seems unperturbed with the damning evidence being brought to light - like he is a zombie
You hit the nail on the head, IMO. It's about the text sent to TD concerning the raccoon. Prior is going to say that a raccoon could have been buried there if the entire pet cemetery.
eta: Heck, Prior can question the detectives and ask how they knew the dimensions of the pet cemetery. TD's sister was shown the pet cemetery. I guess that she could have physically pointed to it. However, Prior can still imply that it is a "possibility" that they missed the "raccoon."
very graphic.. but explains quite a bit
IMO it’s because Chad was the only one present during the fire & dismemberment of that sweet girl.
His one neighbor had definite dates of huge long fires, bad smell.
LE probably coupled that with Chads phone pings.
That one brave neighbor really helped is what I understand.
Mr. Prior, Chad isn't on trial for burying a raccoon. Let it gooooo.
Justin Lum @jlumfox10 1m
Court back in session.
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Hermosillo describes seeing what appeared to be burnt flesh and charred bone in the ground. He watched ERT dig the remains out.
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Wood returns to the discovery of remains at the Daybell property. He asks Hermosillo about what ERT did at the pet cemetery.
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The recovery went into the next day 6/10. Hermosillo says ERT was able to dig completely around the entire mass to reveal what they had to dig up.
I will post later all of Eric's tweets
I stepped away from the hearing for a moment but came back to the detective describing a melted green bucket with burned remains and a skull was found under the bucket. OMG. Poor Tylee!
Detective Hermosillo is now describing how investigators found the remains of Tylee Ryan buried in Chad Daybell's backyard. He describes her remains as "a mass of burnt flesh and charred bones."
9:50 AM · Aug 3, 2020·Twitter Web App
OMG. The second day they in the hole w/the burnt remains a green bucket w/burnt flesh in it and under the bucket a partial skull. “Egregious” IMO has just been justified.
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Details about what was identified in the recovery of remains are very graphic. Wood is now discussing Hermosillo’s trip to the Ada County Coroner’s office on 6/11.
OMG I realized before but fresh horror here
Thank you. I can't imagine what Kay and Larry are feeling. I just almost threw up hearing the description of both children.
This testimony is so, so sad but it MUST be heard.