TX - Stacey Stites, 19, found murdered, Bastrop, 23 April 1996

Discussion in 'Past Trial Discussion Threads' started by wfgodot, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. IamMedusaGorgon

    IamMedusaGorgon Member

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    And I don't feel that Jimmy was considered a hard suspect. He was the obvious choice, but again no one seriously looked at him honestly.
     
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  2. iluvmua

    iluvmua Well-Known Member

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    Are you talking about why I think Reed is guilty?
     
  3. IamMedusaGorgon

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    About the thing's I pointed out earlier, beer cans, things in their truck, people saying he threatened it and admitted to it. What are your explanations? :)
     
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  4. iluvmua

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    The person who admitted that JF told him is a member of the aryan brotherhood.

    Beer cans....... they had his friend's DNA on them.
     
  5. iluvmua

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    He was the #1 suspect until they got a hit on Reed's DNA.
     
  6. IamMedusaGorgon

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    I asked you earlier how are his friends DNA at the scene. You seem to be avoiding anything I point out LOL

    And basically a KKK member saying a white man admitted to killing her, and framing a black man. This testimony seems strange since I thought Aryan were for white people only?

     
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  7. IamMedusaGorgon

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    So you can honestly say that the many things pointing to this cop were not enough to try him? That the prosecution and investigators weren't dragging their feet? Especially if for 11 months he was their prime suspect? I'm confused, I thought it was said there's no way JF could have done it because he was home? It seems to me people are trying to have it any and every way as long as Rodney was scheduled to die. Still seems that way.
     
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  8. iluvmua

    iluvmua Well-Known Member

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    According to the testimony of Stacey's mother, he was at home.

    Read the court documents, everything for yourself.
     
  9. iluvmua

    iluvmua Well-Known Member

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    Go look up the documents yourself
     
  10. IamMedusaGorgon

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    I'm aware of the case, but thanks anyway! :)
     
  11. IamMedusaGorgon

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    I was being facetious :)

     
  12. CrimeDawg123

    CrimeDawg123 Well-Known Member

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    Beer cans. Yeah. That's kind of weird, don't you think? Fresh beer cans out in the middle of nowhere. Nowhere, except by coincidence right where the body was found. But sure, let's laser focus in on Rodney Reed.
     
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  13. mister happy

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    This video presents a slew of factors that point to Rodney Reed's guilt, as well as delving into his previous questionable history:

     
  14. CrimeDawg123

    CrimeDawg123 Well-Known Member

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    Would you like a video from the opposite point of view presenting a slew of factors that point to Rodney Reed not being the killer? Because they are out there. In fact, I bet they outnumber the Reed-is-the-killer videos. We can do a video tit-for-tat but personally, I'd rather LE and the courts investigate this case fully, and this time, do it with professionalism. What is indisputable is the lousy job Bastrop County and Reed's defense team did the first time around. Was that motivated by race? By protecting their own? I have my own opinions on that, living in the area. I'll spare you.
     
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    mister happy Well-Known Member

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    I have "no dog in the fight" as they say. Heck, I just started reading about this case. Of course there's a ton of support for Reed out there. But I happened across that particular video and thought it was interesting, so I posted it here.
     
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