Discussion in 'Dr. Teresa Sievers' started by Greater Than, Jun 17, 2017.
I haven’t seen any but agree with you...surely they exist.
I listened to the websleuth podcast with Carrie Kane yesterday Verrrry interesting. In it she said that he was interviewed by police. I mean of course, that comes as no surprise, but just makes me wonder why aren’t those recordings (audio or video) out? There’s the Sunshine Law in Florida (much to Ms Kane’s displeasure, because of her previous police interviews) making evidence public, so why wouldn’t MS interviews be released, especially now that he’s been sentenced. ???
Sort of unrelated, but interesting to me. I'm currently watching the 'no contest' plea of the murderer who shot into a crowd wounding four and killing one person at Zombicon in Florida. I'm thinking that lawyer looks familiar and then hear THAT voice - the Death Penalty guy. Love that guy's voice.
Just had a quick look and it's both of them isn't it? Mummert and Messore. Familiar faces in the front row too.
I didn't even notice that! (I'm still too hung up on "the voice" lol)
Websleuths was mentioned in FOX's Prodigal Son, season 1, episode 12 "Internal Affairs" (11 minutes in).
Just wanted to give a shoutout to LCSO. You guys rock!!!
Lee County deputies arrest 51 people through rape kit testing
It is not related to the Sievers case, just to LCSO. Wasn't sure where to shout...
Thnx, Arachne, for the tip. Found it on On Demand & watched. Good show & cast.... great to see Lou Diamond Phillips!
I swear Dateline’s Dennis Murphy was at MS’s 1/3/20 hearing. Anyone catch that? He was standing in the rear gallery area on the right, behind where TS’s mom sits.
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I don't know who Dennis Murphy is, but pretty sure this is the guy in your picture.
About 50 mins in:
I enjoy watching them and seeing how some of them try and manipulate the interviews. Lying is one thing and some do it better than others, but watching a self-important jerk think he's pulling one over on the investigators...love it, love it, love it.
Agree, as Mark’s ‘a legend in his own mind’.
Yep, that’s Dennis Murphy. Dateline may be considering (?) doing a segment on the TS murder case. Lots of twists & turns, pinging of tech devises and use of common tools by a “tech genius” accompanied by a self-admiring FB poster with a nickname.... all spearheaded by loving husband & SW Florida’s very own “Father Know Best”.
Interesting Murphy was only there for the Spencer hearing but could’ve watched the trial thru live streaming.
In MAG's interview with Det. Nolen, something jumped out at me. MAG stated that Teresa was very upset. Before leaving on the trip, Mark had left a dirty frying pan soaking in the sink. If this had been "regular Mark", wouldn't Teresa just have blown it off? Teresa made it a point to tell her mother. Teresa was so emphatic, that her mother felt compelled to tell Det. Nolen about it.
9 mins. in:
In Bonnie's interview with another detective (whose name is not mentioned in the video), she mentions having seen dishes placed upside down to the right of the sink. (She does not mention that she washed anything--and she has been very thorough with her descriptions to LE.)
25 mins. in:
Did MS change his mind at the last minute and wash the pan? If so, I don't think Teresa would have brought it up. Could this have been another "orchestration" by Mark--leaving pans at the ready for the killers? (aside from the hammers and the crow bars.)
I remember ME Thomas Coyne stating that Teresa had suffered bruises on her torso, knees, and other areas (other than hammer marks). I can't help but think that this pan was used on her.
I had seen another picture that was dark (from a Wink article?), and at first it looked like a cast iron skillet that was flipped over on a dry mat--but I can't find that picture. This is the one that we have:
Row 3, 4th one in:
Kitchen - Google Drive
Sorry. I just can't shake the violence and the struggle that happened here.
DUMB & DUMBER.. 48 HOURS SATURDAY!
"Dumb and dumber": How GPS led cops to killers of Florida doctor
Convicted killers Jimmy Ray Rodgers and Curtis Wayne Wright drove more than 1,000 miles to murder Dr. Teresa Sievers -- and they were leaving their digital footprints with every step. Why did they do it? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty has more on the wild story that led to murder in "The Plot to Kill Dr. Sievers."
"The Plot to Kill Dr. Sievers" airing Saturday, February 15 at 10/9c on CBS
Just a reminder..tonight, 48 hrs. Lee/Collier Counties Comcast subscribers, it's at 10pm on channel 5 (Wink).
And 11.1 on digital air (CBS).
Not worth watching IMO ...basically "11oo miles to murder" (which was aired in 2017..) - literally - with the current ending.
Perhaps EM, the host, may want to get better acquainted with the evidence in the case..? I felt sidedness - again.
refresher< "1100 miles to murder" aired February 18, 2017 :
Eleven Hundred Miles to Murder
And the episode aired yesterday night, February 15, 2020:
Did a Florida man hire a look-alike to kill his wife?