“These dogs, the detect bodies, they detect blood. They’re basically like, you know, murder dogs.”
Weapon of choice: PENCIL. Biochemistry x Law. Basically, a wizard.
I just feel like when you’re out to prove deception in someone else I shouldn’t have to be wondering if you’re being deceptive about it.
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…She was like, ‘Don’t show her– don’t tell her about the text messages and don’t send her those pictures of the Compere’s driving by the search.’ Like don’t send them to her– ‘Just send them to me.’ I don’t know, it was so weird. It was like, ‘Are you–? What are you trying to do?’ I don’t want to make her sound bad because I know she’s freaking out, and– I just thought that was really weird.”
I’m not making it a legal matter, because the more important weight of the situation is that I stay true to myself and find myself justice.
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“She has this terrible attitude. I learned to accept leaving her alone. Or else we’ll fight all the time.”
Judge dropped remaining charge against former CHP officer Scott McFarlane. But the District Attorney’s Office filed a new criminal complaint against McFarlane the following day with the identical obstruction charge.
Frank Carson, et. al. Probable Cause Warrants, full I’ve also posted a collection of photos from everyone involved in the case — and in the podcast — here ✦❖✦
The judge added that given other problems with the sharing of evidence discovery in the case, the district attorney “should have been sitting here and hearing what the problems are in your office. I don’t get it. I have never seen a case of this magnitude – as you know, I have tried some cases of some magnitude – where the District Attorney’s Office has made so many mistakes with respect to discovery.”
YouTube links and times of both Nelson’s and Schleicher’s questioning of each juror who deliberated in the Chauvin case
This week saw a full day of children sobbing from the trauma of what they witnessed, but they were far from the only witnesses to cry. Mixed martial artist Donald Williams cried between his cogent and and sometimes righteously contained anger. So did the firefighter who approached the scene from across the street — Genevieve Hansen — who first reasoned, then ordered, then almost begged the officers to just “check his pulse!” (“Check his pulse, right fucking now!”)