- Jan 23, 2008
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That statement alone, is enough to get Eugene convicted. That is an admission of an agreement to pay for her being killed, or at a minimum he offerred one. That's all it really takes. To me, Hollister having his calendar marked on certain dates of CD's, ... how did he get that knowledge, was it coincidence ? .... I think would just support that there was something to it.
I believe Hollister's wife knew 'before" the fact, and part of the reason she is keeping quieter on some things is that 1) she knows she could get charged, 2) made a deal and is holding that part back until Eugene's trial... they don't want it out there yet. To me, it was obvious she knew when she was helping him load pieces of the truck onto the trailer she knew why.
Spousal privacy is 'voluntary', a spouse is not obligated to maintain it, but if they do and don't want to testify to it, they cannot be compeled to.
Indeed Eagle and WELCOME!!!
Clearly, there will be much more to this, but meanwhile, EK walks freely. Though I just can't help but think (hope!) there is much less spring in his step these days.
ReHo.....not sure what to think there. Her testimony was not given with much conviction, IMO.