Mark Sievers Trial General Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Dr. Teresa Sievers' started by Oregonmama, Nov 21, 2019.

  1. Webjunkie

    Webjunkie Active Member

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    First genuine tears from MS
     
  2. Arachne 1

    Arachne 1 Well-Known Member

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    Mark should be happy. He got nailed on hump day.
     
  3. Dmacky

    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    Real tears and quivering chin for HIMSELF only. He certainly TRIED but couldn't muster up any real tears during the showing of TS's pictures of the crime scene. I don't even know TS and I cried real tears at those pictures of her lying in a pool of blood. Just the thought of her coming home to her safe place, and having these evil monsters waiting inside for her with the cruelest, most inhuman intentions makes me tear up.
    All for their selfish desires of money.
     
  4. FelicityLemon

    FelicityLemon Well-Known Member

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    Win for the day goes to Arachne 1 ! omgrofllllll

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    The ones I've used have had a basic (not super long-lasting) DWR so that they repel liquids of any kind for at least a few uses. There would be little to no trace evidence because the fabric is tightly-woven and coated, just like a non-stick pan. Liquids, powders, just slide off. Exposure to weather would diminish this capacity to repel but by then any evidence would likely have degraded altogether.

    So, unlike MS, whose ability to repel is astonishingly durable, these jumpsuits would have temporary but through resistance to liquids/other traces. Higher-end versions are made of the same stuff used as a water/moisture barrier in construction and sometimes by forensics teams to avoid cross-contamination. We still have several at home, and I can testify to their ability to repel cat-sick.
     
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    SeesSeas, thank you so much for these links!

    God Bless Teresa Sievers and those who love her.
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  7. Dmacky

    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    See everybody Tuesday :)

    PS ~ Dog bowls ;)
     
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  8. Oregonmama

    Oregonmama Well-Known Member

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    She was a hard witness to listen too. I go back and forth re her..... She seemed so heavily emotional re the Sievers. More than I would expect from an estate attorney.....IMO
     
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  9. Kakidoll

    Kakidoll Karma never forgets

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    Yeah, i've had some thoughts about her too... I'd love to know how much contact there was in the last few years.
     
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    FelicityLemon Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. I began by liking her almost immediately on a personal level; she seemed so nice. I'll bet she really is a nice person.

    After a couple few minutes, I thought that any estate attorney other than the one who set it up, should have testified. I know it doesn't matter now, but it would have been believable if they had used someone who wasn't invested in this - a neutral professional.
     
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  11. TrueCrimeAddict55

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    Here we go again. - those dog bowls!! Always in such an inconvenient spot!! <eye roll> :)
     
  12. Topppps

    Topppps Well-Known Member

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    Why did Mark Sievers kill his wife?
     
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  13. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 Godspeed, STAY AT HOME. Be connected when isolated

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    Welcome to the Sievers thread.

    In short, The prosecution stated theory due to pecuniary/financial gain, and marital problems etc. There was much known due to Sunshine laws that the court did not address. Many suspect illegal activities also.

    The media thread is here if you want to catch up by heading to the end and moving backwards.

    Dr. Teresa Sievers, 46, Bonita Springs, Jun 2015 - Media links only No Discussion
     
  14. Topppps

    Topppps Well-Known Member

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    What financial gain, life insurance policy? How did LE flip CWW?
     
  15. Legally Bland

    Legally Bland Well-Known Member

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    Yes, life insurance. CWW flipped for 25 years 2nd degree murder rather than 1st degree and DP or LWOP.
     
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    I thought that I would post this link (at bottom of post) that states Teresa had $4M in life insurance. I'm sure that 5-time felon, CWW, saw the writing on the wall. He was going to be convicted with all of the evidence that they had against JRR and him.

    He negotiated a great deal to testify against JRR and especially against the mastermind, MS. That's who the prosecution really wanted. It just disgusts me that CWW is only getting 25 years. I just hope that MS will eventually return the favor and tell all he knows about Ronnie Bolin.

    Mark Sievers GUILTY in murder of beautiful wife, Dr Teresa Sievers
     
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  18. TrueCrimeAddict55

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    Welcome to the thread.
    It was determined very quickly that there was life insurance policies totaling 4.3 million. When MS was arrested, the judge set his bail at 4.3 million, so that was pretty telling in itself. In addition to the life insurance, a "give me money" fund was set up the day after the murder with an initial goal of ONE MILLION. That's a start.

    There's a ton of discovery documents, interviews, text messages, etc. in the TS thread here. They are enlightening and some are disturbing at the same time.
     
  19. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 Godspeed, STAY AT HOME. Be connected when isolated

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    Bump for Lenka file and info for @Misy . There are many more post if you use the search tool at the top of the page and type in Lenka


    Here is forum search results overall for Lenka

    https://www.websleuths.com/forums/search/22118389/?q=Lenka&o=date&c[node]=575
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2019
  20. Kakidoll

    Kakidoll Karma never forgets

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    I'd love to now hear why LS and AW haven't been around this case at all.
     

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