Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
Do the yellow handcuffs signify anything?
(He should be in pink cuffs! MOO.)
I think it’s kind of an “hora”, “air”, “energy”, “attitude”, idk but whatever it was I felt soooomething when he walked in and it sure as heck didn’t strike me as remorseful or humble, moo.
(Why the heck would I expect him to be anyway?)
Gosh this was really awful to see him. Murdering two random incident people in cold blood in front of their baby girl, taking her...no words, just no words.
To be more specific, it was his look as he walked out of the courtroom that I was referring to. JMO, of course.
I absolutely took it as smirking. I actually think he had a hard time containing himself. moo
Good point! I bet this’ll come up at trial. Don’t know what he’ll show more- anger or embarrassment- but think BP will def take a spike, as you predict!
Imo he won't be embarrassed. After all, in his mind, he showed them how wrong they were about him. After all, he's Rambo. Their loss, in his mind. moo
Suspect in Wisconsin teen's abduction ordered to stand trial
Supposedly said I love you to each other
Interesting. I didn't see his lips move. Now I have to watch it again.
ARRON, Wis. (AP) — A man accused of kidnapping a 13-year-old Wisconsin girl and killing her parents waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday, telling his father, "I love you," moments after he was ordered to stand trial.
De Ja Vu
Didn’t that monster rapist RP mouth the same thing to his dad yesterday!?!? Yes he did!
Then there’s CW and his undying love for his dad.
Omg. Someone please pass the blood pressure medication.
We need a rewind. Hopefully it’ll be on YouTube soon and I can fire it up on the big screen.
Wait a minute. Why even do that to myself.
This monster doesn’t know what love is!! All he has in his heart is cold darkness!!!!!
Like freezing cold! Black!
For the rewind...
Thank you, JudgeJoe.
Jake Thomas Patterson preliminary hearing on Livestream
The wheels of Justice indeed turn slowly. Sigh.
I wondered about that too. RP in the other case had pink ones. Maybe it signifies which section of the jail they reside in?
Just saw Jean Casarez on HLN. She was in the courtroom. She said that JP's family was there and he smiled warmly at them when they told him they loved him.
Paul Blume on Twitter
Here is moment Jake Patterson enters courtroom & spots his family in front row. Patterson cuffed & in jailhouse uniform was in court for just a couple minutes. He'll be arraigned March 27th. #JaymeCloss
Paul Blume on Twitter
Patterson appeared to immediately make eye contact and shared moment with his Dad in front row on way to defense table #JaymeCloss Defense says Patterson is waving his right to a Preliminary Hearing.
Angelica Sanchez on Twitter
UPDATE: Suspect Jake Patterson made an in person appearance to his preliminary hearing. He waved his right to preliminary examination. He will be back in court March 27th. His family left court very emotional with no comment. @fox6now #JaymeCloss
Mary McGuire on Twitter
In light of Patterson court appearance, family of Jayme Closs tells me they are focusing on justice and healing today. Jayme and her two aunts are “very very thankful for the wonderful support and kind wishes from all of the amazing people around the world.” @WCCO #JaymeCloss
All of your interpretations are spot-on. As for having a blind.... Hmmm, never saw one of those
I understand all that you are going through. Not that you need me to, imo, but I figured I'd toss you some BP reducing vibes
The 21-year-old charged with kidnapping Jayme Closs, 13, is seen in court for the first time | Daily Mail Online
I guess JP's dad and siblings were in court but not his mother?
I have not found an article linking to Wisconsin jails and prisons but here is an article talking about different color clothing, handcuffs etc. for instance one jail uses yellow prison clothing when inmate leaves jail house for any reason. Different colors of clothing or handcuffs can tell the level of security needed for an inmate, how dangerous inmate and can be used for intimidation. The article gives a few different states and what they do. I would imagine many jails and prisons are going to do the same thing, maybe even using the same coding system nation wide to make it easy for any LE officer. Hope this helps. I will keep looking for a Wisconsin explanation or if someone else finds it, please post.