I've just watched Leeza Show Pt 3 again (hey, I'm lying in bed, feeling sick and sorry for myself and bored out of my mind!). Unfortunately it seems that Chris Brown and Barbara Davis couldn't hear me when I yelled at them through the computer so I decided to do the next best thing and post here Chris Brown put up a big picture of 52-E saying that it was new evidence that the jurors hadn't seen (along with all those other photos of the bruising from the police station which he only got a copy of because all of them had been admitted into evidence at the trial). For anyone here who is new to the case and keeps hearing all this stuff about Darlie's bruises being ignored or not seen at trial here is direct transcript testimony which flat out refutes what Chris Brown and Barbara Davis stated on national TV and what Charles Samford (I think that is his name) has also said. Vol 31: http://www.justicefordarlie.net/transcripts/volumes/vol-31.php And then we have the focus notes from the nurses. Chris & Barbara make a big deal on the show about the jury not knowing the truth about the focus notes and then Chris says and they were shown the focus notes... they didn't really follow it... it was kind of complicated to go over. And he knows this how?? How does he know the jury was incapable of reading straight from the focus notes? Argh. A couple of interesting things I picked up on also during the show: - Darlie Kee mentioned there had been two regression therapy sessions. Interesting that we have only seen the details of one of them don't you think. She also let slip at that point that the therapy showed that there had been intruders - Regarding the good old 'mock trial' which has caused such outrage here... the attorney they had on the show, Bill Lane, clearly says that gathering all the prosecution witnesses together before trial happens in 'every prosecution case'. He has personally tried 13 capital cases and Chris Brown looks like a bit of a fool standing before Lane saying there was something unusual, wrong, different or unethical about the 'brainstorming session' (as CWB calls it). I love how the Lane says 'This isn't my first rodeo Hehehehe. - Absolutely great line by Lane who turns to Barbara Davis and says "better than ten years she worked for the DA's office. Barbara on how many occassions in the ten years you worked there were you a part of a conspiracy with the police department, the DA's office, the judge and the defense attorneys to put somebody on death row?... to which she sheepishly and quietly replies 'never' And then my silly connection dropped out and I couldn't watch the rest of the show without watching it all through again from the beginning!