- Jul 8, 2008
- Reaction score
Please pardon me if I duplicate posts. Interstate 95 is like riding a roller coaster
Yeah let me call Ro Ro, he's close by, he can come over and see his best friend's brain laying on the concrete...evilI mean he was basically a kid, who u want to invite to a double murder scene? Yea right.
He left the phone at the house so he couldn't be tracked to the kennels at all. He denied being there until Paul's video was discovered.Went back and got the phone? You’ve been on the phone lying man!
You'tre making a big deal out of this Mr. Waters
He left the kennels because he had gotten his pills back and had to get his fix and clean up
It's not as good as this one!Please pardon me if I duplicate posts. Interstate 95 is like riding a roller coaster
I agree, IMO, that is one of many reasons he called 20+ people to hurry hurry over there!Yeah let me call Ro Ro, he's close by, he can come over and see his best friend's brain laying on the concrete...evil
I disagree, it's his rambling that highlights it all, IMOI think the attorney is rambling and letting AM ramble along too long. He should stick to more yes and no questions and make him give a yes or no and stop him from rambling.
Perfect for visual learners. It will stay with them.This is hard for me to watch. I want Waters to pull out a dry erase board that has every event AM has lied about listed on it. And I want Cw to say each item and write LIE in red on top of each line item until he gets to:
I was not at the kennels (play the video)
I did not kill Paul and Maggie
say it out loud...write over it in red
and then bring that dang board right back out for closing arguments later.
Make the facts visual, make it audible, put it in writing.