Discussion in 'Crimes in the News' started by tlcya, Jul 29, 2017.
We know very little of the Discovery.
It almost feels like they know something we don't know. Fretting about it now personally...
Curious what about that sticks out to you? Does it have to do with their previous thefts? Or that maybe Fred really isn't all that loaded.? Just curious about your thoughts. TIA
She was in less than a year and had an office position in the Air Force.
Stuck out at me because her words tell me she takes Care of her family and gives them the very best regardless of how low she has to go....shoplifting, forging custody papers, and yes pulling a trigger.
I agree. Feel like there is a twist coming.
Thanks that’s along the lines of what I was thinking.
I agree with you
AW didn’t start out in the military doing office work she went thru basic training also she liked hunting just like her husband and sons. JMO
Unfortunately, I didn't see much of either pretrial today, I guess I must have blinked.
I saw more of George's. I've got to say, he presents the most respectfully to the court. He always has a vest and tie on, pays attention and uses 'yes your honor' and 'no your honor'. I think he appears the most sincere of the three W men. He also looks very sad. I couldn't figure out what happened to his hair. Looks like he might be the first trial.
I didn't see much of Jake's pre-trial. Was he smirking? Has he learned any court manners yet? I see he's still rocking the Johnny Cash look. In all seriousness though, how often are prisoners allowed to wash their hair? What about hair cuts?
GW definitely appears to be the most sincere.
I thought JW might have had a hairnet on for a minute. The state does provide haircuts and he is allowed to shower 5x a week. He is actually supposed to have clean hair.
Lawriter - OAC - 5120-9-25 Appearance and grooming of male inmates.
True. I think it was your post early actually that confused me. It was a post saying after seeing the evidence, you had no doubts AW pulled a trigger. Nothing in the discovery thus far has me convinced she pulled a trigger. I’m basing that statement on discovery only. Now, do I think she pulled a trigger? I do. But to be convinced, I need to see the rest of the discovery and hear it all laid out at trial. I hope that makes sense
TY FSC. I found the following article to be very enlightening:
vindy.com | OHIO DEATH PENALTY Plea bargains allow hundreds of killers to spend life in prison
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