- Dec 21, 2018
- Reaction score
I'm looking at doing a quick summary of them, mostly the relevant parts where something important happened or something new revealed. I'd like to avoid the ones where the attorneys were just arguing for more time, etc. People can see that stuff online.
As with the original timeline, each item has to have a link to a Websleuths approved source.
I've been thinking of updating it for a while. I've actually added some key things to the copy I have on my computer. I was noticing some mistakes and omissions in things being reported and written about online.
For instance, I'm pretty sure when Rita Newcomb entered her plea agreement with the court, the judge also said she would assist the prosecution, but she wouldn't have to testify in any trials. For some reason, this wasn't reported in the news media, but it really should be included. It shows the court and prosecution have always been considerate about the difficulty of making close family members testify against each other in this case.
Interesting about Rita. I'm going to listen to her plea hearing again.
One more question. If you put it in the timeline that Rita won't have to testify (I thought she did) how would you do a link for that since the information only comes from the hearing. Link to the YouTube video of it?
Give the time stamp?