- Jul 29, 2018
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This is moving so fast, it's been difficult to keep up. Apologies if this has already been posted ad nauseum:
Maybe/possibly/probably some of the witnesses, people on the trails that day, searchers, law enforcement, and judges are Odinists too? Recusals, misinformation, conflicting statements or sketches, etc. I am finding it difficult to keep it all straight, and I've been following since day 1. Is Odinism more common in the Midwest? I am in the Midwest, and this is the first time I've heard of it.
Thinking of the families every day....
JMO - the world is watching and following the case. All these TV and SM interviews and podcasts, with ever-present public servants, became long in the tooth but they attract attention. And all the scandals: human trafficking and KF (the judge!), then Indianapolis gymnastics, the case that got connected to Delphi by GA’s figure (the Daily Mail!), and finally, neo-Nazi groups at Midwest that may have, or have not, proceeded to human sacrifices - Delphi is a loop for them. Sure, nationalistic groups exist, everywhere and in every ethnic group, but Delphi exposed the situation in Midwest. For all, I blame the self-serving noise that the police has created. (If the interviews are paid, then why can’t a local SW decide to have her ten minutes of fame, for example?)
Then: RA’s case has to be televised. After the recent situation in another state where a mentally ill inmate died pre-trial from bedbug infestation, I want to see that RA’s rights are protected.
And of course, the lawyers operate by letting their clients off the hook on technicalities, but this is their job. Don’t violate client-attorney privilege if you don’t want the accused to walk free.