Nancy Cooper, 34, of Cary, N.C. #6

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  1. Aimee729

    Aimee729 New Member

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    Guess that is his explanation of why he probably will not be at either the private or public memorials nor the funeral in Canada.

    ( I am picturing him being chased through the streets by an angry mob holding torches)
     


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    "The bizarre and unsupported theories floating around television and the Internet have made it impossible for us to sit quietly and to say nothing

    Keep watching, boys!
     
  3. NC-Curious

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    Probably for the best. The family should have to be tortured by his presence...knowing...or even thinking he murdered their daughter/sister/family member as they bury their loved one.
     
  4. fran

    fran Former Member

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    Believe me, the attorney does NOT want to know IF he's guilty or not. His job is to defend an innocent man,...........period!:behindbar

    IF the attorney KNEW his client was guilty, but the client was pleading innocent at a trial, the attorney would have to excuse himself. He would NOT be able to give his client a proper defense.:boohoo:

    That's just the way it is.

    Yes, he's 'paid' to say his client is 'innocent.' Even if it's a lie!:rolleyes:

    JMHO
    fran
     
  5. brighidin

    brighidin remember me as a time of day

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    Thanks for the link. I thought the line about Cooper not wanting to grieve in public at press conferences was a jab at her family. Maybe I'm just reading it negatively, but that part rubbed me the wrong way.
     
  6. murdershewrote

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    I think his theory on what happened to Nancy is a heck of alot more bizarre than any of ours.
     
  7. NC-Curious

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    "He's innocent....now give me my $500,000"....If the client thinks this is going to be cheaper than paying Nancy in any way, shape or fashion, I believe he was sadly mistaken...in more ways that money.
     
  8. fran

    fran Former Member

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    :boohoo::boohoo::boohoo:

    :boohoo::boohoo::boohoo:

    I wonder if this is this attorney's first high profile case?:confused:

    He's going to be very disappointed this weekend when he wanders the internet and see that his little news conference didn't stop the speculation one bit, but most likely brought attention to him as a...........well.............defense attorney!:waitasec: We know what most people think about them!:eek:

    :D
    JMHO
    fran

    PS.....After all, this is the internet and an opinion board and free speech and all that. I can say what I want! humph! ;)
     
  9. NC-Curious

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    lol @ Fran...they'll be coming for you.
     
  10. fran

    fran Former Member

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    Well, he 'may have' meant it that way but what he's really saying is, 'my client doesn't want to speak in public because he's watched the guys before him say stupid stuff that helped get them convicted because they were contradictory statements of what was later proven to have not been the case.'

    Or, ..........something like that.

    :boohoo:He was making excuses for Brad hiding behind the closed doors.:boohoo:

    JMHO
    fran
     
  11. miss lisa

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    Speaking of bizarre....

    Show of hands now people...who else thinks that it is extremely bizarre that absolutely NO ONE from Brad's family, Brad's close personal friends (not friends they shared as a couple), co-workers or heck even people who grew up with him have come out to speak of Nancy's death and how there is no way that Brad could have had anything to do with it???
     
  12. cheko1

    cheko1 Well-Known Member

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    Oh my goodness sounds like Ma & Pa P all over again..........
    Someone stole LAci for her baby / a gang kidnapped her / a brown van...

    When all was said & done Jackie says I want those & those & those!!!!
     
  13. headndownstream

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    A couple pages back, a Brad Cooper's resume? I don't know if that is his or not. But I pasted it into Word, because I noticed so many misspelled words. Try it!, red under-lines everywhere. I just didn't expect that since he thinks he is so smart. I know I'm just picking here.

    No I'm trying to just catch up, I'm on page 4 right now, sorry.
     
  14. fran

    fran Former Member

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    LOL, well, as you can see I've been here for quite some time. So any defense attorney that wants to get hold of me, knows where I can be reached, LOL.

    This is nothin'. You shoulda' been here for the SP trial. :woohoo:

    This guy Brad, AND his attorney, may think that he's someone special. But, he's NOT. He's one of hundreds if NOT thousands of guys who decided they wanted their cake and eat it too. BUT, when the tuff got going, they, MAY HAVE, (LOL) turned to murder rather than .........D I V O R C E.
    In the grand scheme of things, divorce is much cheaper than TRIAL.

    As it seems many of these guys find out. Then..................LWOP or DP is a pretty hard price to pay after forking out all the dough too! :behindbar

    JMHO
    fran
     
  15. NC-Curious

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    I'm thinking it's not so wierd...I read in the Edmonton paper a statement from his sister-in-law saying she had never meant Nancy. Mind you I don't know how long she's been married to his brother Grant. But in the trips Nancy has made to Canada, I would think she would see these people. Seems there is some kind of estrangement, though she did say Grant was on his way here.
    Based upon his personality, its not seeming that he had close friends.
     
  16. miss lisa

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    And all you mean ole internet people better stop talking about Mr. Wonderful (BC) you are destroying his beautiful image that he has created for himself!

    Pfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffft
     
  17. NC-Curious

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    Fran...I wish I had been around for your opinions on Drewpie...
     
  18. headndownstream

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    Oops! never mind, already discussed
     
  19. fran

    fran Former Member

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    Ehh..........they're probably all hiding their head in shame that they've been associating with him for the past several years. :eek:

    He does LOOK guilty, after all! :bang:

    Whether he's arrested, tried and convicted is a different story. But,........the suspicion is there and,............well,.............it's kind of a hard thing to shake off. :rolleyes:

    JMHO
    fran
     
  20. cheko1

    cheko1 Well-Known Member

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    Since Brad is wanting to mourn his wife in private I certainly hope his lawyers advised him to stay away from his mistress!
     
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