Anonymous asked: lol is nanepaushatauntau sending you things on anon now? suuure seems like.
Not very original, huh? :)
nanepaushatauntau asked: Q. "At this point I think the best we can hope for for the time being is a change of venue (& judge) or maybe just maybe Ortiz and her past deeds will come back and bite her in the ass."e. How short-sighted. A change of venue is more likely lead to a jury pool highly populated by pro-death penalty minds ( in the event the General so orders). Tell me the Judge you and the loons want. Tell me your top 5 venues for trial. Your do and not do's on writing the General are desperate & hilarious.
Hmm well by your “logic” then, Timothy McVeigh couldn’t possibly have gotten a change of venue from Oklahoma City to Denver but he did. Imagine that. Despite the “burden and added cost”, he was nonetheless granted a change of venue that was 650-700 miles away from the site of the bombing. That too was a story known nationwide & worldwide and with far more people killed so there goes your “the victims wouldn’t get to watch” and thats why it will never happen theory. You’re just getting lazy now because anyone could have googled that info. You’re really grasping…its not even a challenge anymore *yawn*
First off Holder is the Attorney General..he’s not in the military. Secondly I’m not sure why you brought him up in a discussion re a change of venue. And lastly, the change of venue is not a “loon” idea as it is often requested in high profile cases like this. I guess you didn’t bother to read much about the last status conference hearing as Judge O’Toole himself set a deadline for the defense to file a change of venue motion if they were planning to do so. And your “logic” of a change of venue leading to a jury pool that is more death penalty minded…excuse me while I contain my laughter. No where else in this country is out for Jahars blood as much as the people in and around Boston.
Let me say that change of venues are a part of motions filed in cases, but that doesn’t mean there is case for one, in this case, the BB case that you are obsessive over. In fact, just because you dont’ like how things are going in this case does not mean it would be better for a change of venue. And the person is correct, you find a state that likes the death penalty, as the state of MASS is not so in favor of it. So this person has a point. And they point that a judge determines where it goes, not you. I should also add even you blogged how MASS is not in favor of he DP for Jahar! Laugh at that for awhile. Shou;d I mention the reason there won’t be a change of venue? I will then. The BB is national, world story. There not one state that it could be moved to that anyone could find a better jury pool. But aside from that big problem, there is the undue burden it puts on all the people involved, including his own legal team - and of course witnesses….and the cost to move it! Then of course, the victims. They have a right to watch this trial - and that would be main concern and one reason it won’t be moved. I will conclude, there are reason why jahar is not like - so act like there are none and that he is some blameless person that has do nothing wrong. The day will come when you will be proved so very wrong. By the way, I should remind you no innocent man will ever, ever choose LWP and plead guilty - if they are innocent.
Anonymous asked: You sit on this site and write pages and pages of theories, assumptions and opinions, as though you have the inside view of all the legal files associated with the case. Why has your information and theories not been used to at least get him bail, at best be released. And I would refrain from using the gov as an excuse. His legal team is schooled in Capital and Terrorism cases, they are not weak incompetent people who don't know how to investigate all work materials for authenticity. Share?
I don’t even know how to answer what I think you’re asking…why haven’t I provided info or evidence to get Jahar freed or bailed? Is that the question? Sadly my superhero cape is at the dry cleaners so I won’t be performing any miracles this week, sorry.
Bail? You’re funny. On what planet would the suspect in a high profile terrorism case EVER have bail set? Are you honestly being serious right now? What alternate universe did you fall out of where the professing of ones innocence = bail/release? What exactly does Jahar being on a no bail hold prove in your mind? There are boatloads of people in every state awaiting trial behind bars for far less serious offenses than Jahar because bail was denied for any one of a myriad of reasons. If you are honestly using the fact that Jahar was denied bail as proof of guilt, I think you might wanna go back to the drawing board on that one.
Why do people seem to think that I write everything I post? I don’t have a website nor am I a journalist or member of the media. Because I post an article, news footage, blog etc doesn’t mean that I even agree with it, let alone write them all myself. Unlike useyourcommoncents I don’t imply I’ve seen any of the evidence or spoken with any witnesses first hand. Also unlike him/her/it I don’t take a news story at face value and shove its contents in the face of someone who disagrees with me via anonymous message’s as some kind of proof like a few chickenshits around here.
Anonymous asked: Do you think that the confession Johar provided at the hospital was a false confession?This does happen, however before I wasn`t entirely convinced that in this case it did, until last night when my older brother suffered a concussion from falling into our empty pool.... He was so out of it. He didn`t even know himself, & didn`t DT suffer multiple concussions? He was still pulling himself out of them when his lawyers talked to him according to Baudy, which was after his was read his rights.
Here’s the thing. I have some serious issues with the way the initial interrogation was conducted, especially in the state he was in at the time.
That said, yeah, I’m inclined to think the confessions are real.
I’ve never had a concussion, but I’ve been on some PRETTY strong pain medication. I’m also hypersensitive to sedative effects, so I’m loopy as fuck when I take a Gravol, let alone anything stronger. When I have to take medication like that, yeah, I say some pretty weird things. But I don’t think any amount of medication could make me admit to committing a bombing if I didn’t do it. There’s a difference between just saying something silly and saying something like that. Even when you’re on a good load of medication, you generally still have enough presence of mind to not implicate yourself in a felony if you’re innocent.
If he’s innocent, the only thing that would make sense to me regarding the confession would be if he just couldn’t take it anymore and just told them what they wanted to hear. To me that’s more believable than anything sedation- or injury-related.
Even if you only look as far as 2 high profile cases, the WM3 & the Ryan Ferguson case you can see how false confessions can happen and do happen (with dire consequences) esp when you’ve got an aggressive interrogator. It seems to defy logic that someone would admit to something they didn’t do and most jury’s don’t buy that argument but there have been many studies done on the phenomenon.
In the interrogations the investigators will feed the person details without the suspect even really realizing what’s happening. Through hours and hours of questioning, the suspect eventually begins to parrot those details back to the investigator and after awhile you’ve got someone confessing in what seems like enough detail to convince the prosecutor that they’ve got a solid suspect. Depressingly it isn’t as unusual and unheard of as one might think.
Anonymous asked: That's good news about the ease on the sam's! At least the defense will be able to do their jobs a bit more easily and effectively. Holder/Ortiz didn't want to ease anything, so that's why the defense went to O'toole, and he may have went to Holder and told him to ease the sam's concerning the defense. I've been writing to Holder, Ortiz, O'toole every 3 or 4 days, and all of you should be writing. It does help, and it's the least we can do for Dzhokhar. Please write! God bless Dzhokhar.
The access to his defense team was really the most important thing IMO so I’m glad that his lawyers, investigators and everyone else the defense has hired don’t have to play “Mother may I?” when they want to visit or show him photos or evidence etc. anymore. It would have been nice if they backed off their stance against him receiving mail or having access to the outside world via newspaper or television but this is a good start. O’Toole still has to rule on the remaining issues at some point so I’m crossing my fingers that this recent easement is a sign of things to come & not something else which I don’t even want to get into.
I’m glad to hear that you and others are contacting Holder. Even if he doesn’t read each and every letter personally, I’m sure his staff keeps him up to speed on the amount of people who are asking that he stick to his anti DP stance & rule that way on this case. :)