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  • This really seems to scream that there is something deeper here. Just reading your summary, my mind just went to some sort of deep coverup.

    Like the two parties were at the very bottom, but both stumbled into something way above their heads.
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    • The Karen Reed case? That popped up on my FYP on TikTok last week from a couple people summarizing the trial and holy wah the mess that trial is!

      The cops love triangle, or pentagram, or family tree covering up for one another. The destroyed cell phones so text records and calls couldn't be confirmed. The mirrored video footage from the police security cams to make it appear like it was the passenger side when it was the drivers side. The missing security camera footage from municipal buildings between the crime scene and defendant's house that she would have driven past. They definetly framed her.
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      • Anyone seen desantis yet? Is he in his white boots, begging for a bailout from the feds?

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        • Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
          Anyone seen desantis yet? Is he in his white boots, begging for a bailout from the feds?
          Still wearing his cone of shame looking for his balls
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          • Originally posted by aparch View Post
            The Karen Reed case? That popped up on my FYP on TikTok last week from a couple people summarizing the trial and holy wah the mess that trial is!

            The cops love triangle, or pentagram, or family tree covering up for one another. The destroyed cell phones so text records and calls couldn't be confirmed. The mirrored video footage from the police security cams to make it appear like it was the passenger side when it was the drivers side. The missing security camera footage from municipal buildings between the crime scene and defendant's house that she would have driven past. They definetly framed her.
            Yessir, that's the one. It's completely bonkers.

            Today, the accident reconstruction "expert" testified that KR struck JO on the arm/side body via sideswipe. Which spun JO and knocked him back about 30 feet, but left no injuries other than some minor lacerations on his arm and a gash on his head (which may or may not have been the cause of death, but we don't know that since the ME hasn't testified yet and the report is... sketchy). It broke her taillight, somehow without causing damage to him. The glass he'd been holding and his cell phone flew with him and landed under and next to him.

            And that KR had to do a u-turn (which they then clarified as a 3-point turn) in order to be pointing in the correct direction to back into JO.
            I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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            • Originally posted by Swansong View Post

              Yessir, that's the one. It's completely bonkers.

              Today, the accident reconstruction "expert" testified that KR struck JO on the arm/side body via sideswipe. Which spun JO and knocked him back about 30 feet, but left no injuries other than some minor lacerations on his arm and a gash on his head (which may or may not have been the cause of death, but we don't know that since the ME hasn't testified yet and the report is... sketchy). It broke her taillight, somehow without causing damage to him. The glass he'd been holding and his cell phone flew with him and landed under and next to him.

              And that KR had to do a u-turn (which they then clarified as a 3-point turn) in order to be pointing in the correct direction to back into JO.
              That trial has to be the sweetest gig as a juror, especially if your job pays you for jury duty like mine. Sit around listening to BS, get a few months off work, probably get sequestered all so you just vote not guilty?
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              But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
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              • Originally posted by dxmnkd316 View Post

                Still wearing his cone of shame looking for his balls
                Maybe they're next to Mitt's.
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                • Originally posted by Jimjamesak View Post
                  That trial has to be the sweetest gig as a juror, especially if your job pays you for jury duty like mine. Sit around listening to BS, get a few months off work, probably get sequestered all so you just vote not guilty?
                  I dunno man. I'd be so mad if I was on that jury. 6 weeks and counting and the prosecution hasn't even rested yet. I'd be begging the judge to dismiss after they do rest.
                  I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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                  • Originally posted by Swansong View Post

                    I dunno man. I'd be so mad if I was on that jury. 6 weeks and counting and the prosecution hasn't even rested yet. I'd be begging the judge to dismiss after they do rest.
                    Me in the jury room…

                    (Also, me in the court room…)
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                    Originally posted by UAFIceAngel
                    But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
                    Originally posted by Doyle Woody
                    Best sign by a visting Seawolf fan Friday went to a young man who held up a piece of white poster board that read: "YOU CAN'T SPELL FAILURE WITHOUT UAF."

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                    • Originally posted by Swansong View Post

                      Yessir, that's the one. It's completely bonkers.

                      Today, the accident reconstruction "expert" testified that KR struck JO on the arm/side body via sideswipe. Which spun JO and knocked him back about 30 feet, but left no injuries other than some minor lacerations on his arm and a gash on his head (which may or may not have been the cause of death, but we don't know that since the ME hasn't testified yet and the report is... sketchy). It broke her taillight, somehow without causing damage to him. The glass he'd been holding and his cell phone flew with him and landed under and next to him.

                      And that KR had to do a u-turn (which they then clarified as a 3-point turn) in order to be pointing in the correct direction to back into JO.
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                      • Originally posted by Jimjamesak View Post
                        That trial has to be the sweetest gig as a juror, especially if your job pays you for jury duty like mine. Sit around listening to BS, get a few months off work, probably get sequestered all so you just vote not guilty?
                        Juries are very, very rarely sequestered. 99.9% of the time they're just admonished to not watch or read the news. Otherwise they return home and go about their normal lives when they aren't in court. Also why most trials only go 4 days per week.

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                        • Originally posted by unofan View Post

                          Juries are very, very rarely sequestered. 99.9% of the time they're just admonished to not watch or read the news. Otherwise they return home and go about their normal lives when they aren't in court. Also why most trials only go 4 days per week.
                          Still worth it.
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                          Originally posted by UAFIceAngel
                          But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
                          Originally posted by Doyle Woody
                          Best sign by a visting Seawolf fan Friday went to a young man who held up a piece of white poster board that read: "YOU CAN'T SPELL FAILURE WITHOUT UAF."

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                          • Having to put your life entirely on hold and sit in the courtroom for hours per day, multiple days per week, while your job (whatever it is) just... waits. Over something so poorly investigated and so grossly overcharged.

                            Look, I have no idea if the woman killed the dude. Maybe she did. Maybe she did exactly like the state is saying. But they've done an abysmal job proving that. It really makes you frustrated when you wonder "what if the defendant was poor, or didn't get her story picked up by some noisy hateful blogger, who drew attention to it by being a noisy hateful blogger".
                            I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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                            • Originally posted by Swansong View Post
                              Having to put your life entirely on hold and sit in the courtroom for hours per day, multiple days per week, while your job (whatever it is) just... waits. Over something so poorly investigated and so grossly overcharged.

                              Look, I have no idea if the woman killed the dude. Maybe she did. Maybe she did exactly like the state is saying. But they've done an abysmal job proving that. It really makes you frustrated when you wonder "what if the defendant was poor, or didn't get her story picked up by some noisy hateful blogger, who drew attention to it by being a noisy hateful blogger".
                              I served as jury foreperson once. Felony drunk driving (which meant the person had to also have a fairly recent drunk driving conviction on their record because I knew the law in the state). Guy was clearly guilty as charged, zero doubt of any kind in my mind, reasonable or otherwise. But the prosecuting attorneys did such a poor job presenting a case that had been equally poorly investigated by the Sheriff's office there was no way I was going to vote "guilty." Witnesses contradicted each other on key elements, they tried to paint the guy as having an affair on his wife (as if that had ANYTHING to do with what he was on trial for) and it was clear that at least one of the police officers testified untruthfully. No one was hurt in the accident the defendent had (well, no people, he hit and killed a doe), he just totaled his vehicle. And the kicker, one of the other jurors had lost a brother in a drunk driving accident and clearly that should have disqualified her from serving on that particular jury.

                              We were either 9-3 or 10-2 to convict on the first ballot before we started to discuss all the ridiculousness of this trial. The trial itself was brief, less than a full day. We deliberated for the rest of that day, maybe 90 minutes, and then all day the next day. Little by little we convinced people that in our system it isn't really just guilt that needs to drive a verdict, but did the state PROVE GUILT BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT. Eventually my side won out and we acquitted the guy.

                              Afterwards as some of us were waiting to get out jury pay (like $12 a day) the defendent comes over and tries to thank us for "seeing the truth." We told him to get bent, and that he was clearly guilty and needed help before he killed himself, or worse yet, someone else. We said you are basically getting a mostly undeserved second chance, and the only thing you should be doing right now is finding an AA meeting and finally admitting to yourself you were probably a hopeless drunk and its time to take responsibilty for it. I don't know if I would have felt the same way if the guy was on trial for being a mass murderer, or if he had run over kids in a crosswalk while drunk, but at the time it sure seemed like the right thing to do.

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                              • Kristin gillibrand suggests alternative to congestion prices in nyc- park your car at train stations and take a train into town.

                                revelatory, Kristin. Haven’t heard your worthless name in a while, she should find a different way to get her name in the news

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