Seeker of Truth
- Oct 14, 2008
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I think Brad was feeling that rage once again. He focused in on the target of that rage today: the jury, the ADAs, possibly even the Rentz family. That was not a look of sadness, nor of regret. That was sheer anger.
I can honestly say that I am embarassed today, by our legal justice system. I am. There was no legality in this case. I have no trust in our police department in this town. Between the judge's prejudice and biasness; the lack of ANY proven evidence; and the fact that BC was sent to jail for the remainder of his life based on pure lies and gossip is dumbfounding.
<modsnip> I hope this case goes to appeal with the truth finally coming out and disclosing all of the lies and acts of corruption that surfaced throughout incredibly biased trial.
Gessner is not biased and American justice ruled supreme here. The logic sprang out. Faith and society believe in a real justice system and I, more than anyone funnily enough, believe that the USA has the best, strongest and tightest justice system in the world. There is little room for corruption, terrorism, deception or failure.
The many inconsistencies and illogical actions screamed out in this case. Brad's lies were more than all too apparent. His alibi and time-line failed dismally - mainly because there are never coincidences in a murder - and BC had way too many of them. Personally, I believe this emotionally charged trial garnered a clan with an inbred desire to get back at LE (for whatever reason) as opposed to seeing true facts & justice.
All of this is my opinion and I've long said I could never sit on this jury. BC has received his verdict. What he did was heinous.
You'll be missed in future trials here, tho. Go well ....
I am not familiar with NC law. If someone knows could you explain the appeal process, at least the initial steps.
In Cali anyone convicted of Murder in the 1st Degree with a death sentence gets an automatic review by the CA Supreme Court. This takes from 8-11 years.
Does NC grant an automatic review or appeal for life sentences? If so, what is the approximate waiting period for the appeal or review?
Are their different types of appeals?
Just wondering, if anyone knows or has time.
With all my problems watching the trial over the last two weeks - I was so freaking pleased that I got to watch the verdict live!!! I watched and teared up as judge got choked up - and I cried as the family hugged the Detectives and DA's staff. I watched Mr. Rentz with a few comments from the courtroom before I had to sign off. I was sooooo relieved to hear that guilty, first degree!! I had steeled myself to a hung jury at best and for the horrible not guilty that I thought could have happened. So I was holding my breath and totally - absolutely relieved to hear that guilty. Brad Cooper got exactly what he deserved - guilty and life without parole. I pray for the children and for Nancy's family, and pray that their domestic violence work is rewarding for them and helps others who find themselves in much the same situation as Nancy.
One down, two to go - Jason and Raven, your day of reckoning is coming.
And yes, Chris Coleman, you didn't get away with it either!!! There's a special place in hell for you, buddy!
Don't forget Scott Morris:
Oh, yes, thank you Skittles - let's not forget this monster also! We'll be watching you too Mr. Morris. What in the world do men in N.C. think??!!! That it's open season on wives??!! There's going to be a little club down there at Central - hope they like their little cots and hots.
So 12 to 18 months once the case is in the COA. How long does it take a case to get to the COA?