- Jan 6, 2022
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I find that a bit bizarre too. I think it speaks to the prosecutors relying on people's emotions vs. what is precedent and legal, which is not uncommon for them to do. I feel like it also gives the families false hope in how much control they are going to have in what happens and what's released; this trial will be hell for them. It feels like the prosecution is faltering a bit right out of the gate, hopefully it doesn't speak to how well they'll do at trial.It’s just bizarre. Why would the prosecution use an online petition as a reason to keep the PCA sealed? The argument should be made on the contents of the affidavit and the law, not an online petition signed by thousands of people who have no idea what the affidavit contains. Not getting the warm and fuzzies about the prosecution, seems they are in over their heads.