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01-27-2019 , 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
3 cops - two 29 year old men were supposed to be on duty at the time, and the woman who was off-duty and got killed - were at the house of one of the men at 1am
- the victim was married to another STL cop, who was not present at the time
- an "accidental gun discharge" happened and the woman got shot in the chest
- the two cops race her to the hospital
- other random facts suggest something really weird happened:


Alix was pronounced dead at the hospital. For reasons police have yet to explain, the shooter was also hospitalized soon afterward, according to the Post-Dispatch.

Adding to the mystery, a white police SUV sat outside the hospital surrounded by crime tape with a window busted out. Shattered glass littered the pavement nearby, video from the hospital showed. Hayden declined to answer questions about how that detail fit into the shooting, telling reporters “all that will be part of the investigation.”

Apparently they were playing Russian roulette.....
https://www.washingtonpost.com/natio...=.194842687e47

Just another day in Responsible policing....
I was reading about this case earlier today.

I don't buy the story that this was a 'game' of Russian Roulette gone to its logical conclusion.

Since only the perpetrators are left to tell the tale, I doubt the true facts will ever be known.

The shooter is said to have injured himself bashing his head against the windscreen.
01-27-2019 , 04:10 PM
In before CV claims that Infact the facts say it was a game gone wrong....
01-28-2019 , 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
In before CV claims that Infact the facts say it was a game gone wrong....
Maybe it was, or maybe it wasn't, we won't know until due process ensues & shooter's been charged with manslaughter anyway.

https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/n...en/2683566002/

A third cop stated that he reminded them they were police officers & he didn't feel comfortable with situation so facts do seem to indicate a game gone wrong. I agree with the officer being charged & not sure why you appear to be intimating I blindly agree with LE by rote as I don't. I think Daniel Holtzclaw is very probably guilty & a predator, for example. And it would be irrelevant if I did anyway, as again you guys need to provide exculpatory evidence, evidence for a frame up for Avery or inarguable examples of coercion or habeas violations re Dassey & refute the findings of separate courts of law. So far all you've provided is argument masquerading as evidence & false claims by Zellner in her latest submission.
01-28-2019 , 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
The way these guilters speak its like 18 years is water of a ducks back, no biggie ya know.
Thanks again from the quotes, Loudz still hasn't provided any evidence that Avery was ever framed. Nor was he framed for rape & Loudz has been repeatedly challenged to provide evidence of this, but still asserts it anyway. Just more spam from Avery's groupie cult.
01-28-2019 , 10:30 AM
^^^

More proof that putting people on 'ignore' and refusing to rad their posts keeps you ignorant.

01-29-2019 , 08:36 PM
I found Fraley & Poorskills...


01-29-2019 , 09:12 PM
I suppose we should be grateful there wasn't anyone killed.
01-31-2019 , 05:13 PM
Pity the poor Halbach family being given animal bones to bury in Teresa's grave.
01-31-2019 , 05:55 PM
Kathleen Zellner
@ZellnerLaw

The State is forgetting we have won 2 of 3 remand motions we have filed. The State wants to HIDE & have us SEEK evidence. If we do not raise State cries waiver.

@TManitowoc
@Newsweek
#SameoldGame #MakingAMurderer2


https://twitter.com/ZellnerLaw/statu...63783747997696
02-01-2019 , 06:03 AM
Zellcat thunders a response



She's really stupid. Of course she needs to seek evidence, onus not upon state to prove guilt again, that ship sailed, onus on Zellner to provide exculpatory evidence or evidence of unfair due process which would grant Cuddly Bear a retrial. So far she's doing nothing but striking out.
02-01-2019 , 06:45 AM
The prosecution wants to hide evidence, and some bootlicking trolls approve.
02-01-2019 , 07:10 AM
The State tells the jurors the bones weren't Teresa, then tells the Halbachs they are Teresa's.

Now the State doesn't want the public to know who they were lying to.



So we have witnesses who saw Teresa leave ASY, cellphone pings that indicate she left ASY, trained tracking dogs that follow her scent off ASY, and human remains found away from ASY the State gave to the Halbachs as being Teresa's.

All the evidence seems to be pointing toward Seven's innocence, and framing by authorities.
02-01-2019 , 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by corpus vile Making a Murderer
She's really stupid. Of course she needs to seek evidence, onus not upon state to prove guilt again, that ship sailed, onus on Zellner to provide exculpatory evidence or evidence of unfair due process which would grant Cuddly Bear a retrial. So far she's doing nothing but striking out.


Carry on.....
02-01-2019 , 04:47 PM
Zellner's reply to the State's response:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LNK...h50cUv1SGLeys4

The State's response seems to indicate they should be able to withhold and conceal evidence with impunity.

The State's actions constitute consciousness of their guilt.
02-01-2019 , 07:32 PM
Recent update:

New article on the upcoming series Convicting a Murderer:
https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv...ies-Shawn-Rech
02-01-2019 , 08:50 PM
Daily express=Daily Mail=Fox news..
02-01-2019 , 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
Daily express=Daily Mail=Fox news..
"I thought ‘Oh my god, we look so bad. We look so bad to the world. America’s just eroding in front of the world,’

“This was a time of great scepticism and contempt for the police because it was around the same time as Ferguson and the St Louis problems when
Making a Murderer was released, so it was open season on police.

“I waited a couple of years for someone to debunk this.
The New Yorker magazine debunked it two weeks after it came out.

“Somebody wrote a long-form piece, a brilliant piece, so I thought someone’s going to come up with something from the other side and then nothing happens, nothing happens, nothing happens."


It's great somebody stepped up to do something to keep America from 'looking bad'.

02-01-2019 , 09:30 PM
^^Is that from the Exp article? lol if so

Thanks for reading it, as I couldn't find the strength hahahah
02-02-2019 , 04:37 AM
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Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
^^Is that from the Exp article? lol if so

Thanks for reading it, as I couldn't find the strength hahahah
Yup.

And some trolls try to make out as if Ricciardi and Demos went into their award-winning documentary with an agenda!
02-02-2019 , 08:32 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by smacc25 Making a Murderer
3 cops - two 29 year old men were supposed to be on duty at the time, and the woman who was off-duty and got killed - were at the house of one of the men at 1am

Alix was pronounced dead at the hospital. For reasons police have yet to explain, the shooter was also hospitalized soon afterward, according to the Post-Dispatch.

Apparently they were playing Russian roulette.....

Just another day in Responsible policing....
Following up on this story, the cops were drinking and the shooting took place about 20 minutes after the arrival of the shooter.

The victim's husband was working when this incident occurred.

The shooter appears to have a black eye.

A witness reports shouting before the discharge of the weapon.

The facts are beginning to point toward an altercation between the shooter and the victim ending with a murder.

The shooter is out on bail.

Last edited by proudfootz; 02-02-2019 at 08:42 PM.
02-03-2019 , 06:06 AM
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Originally Posted by RichGangi Making a Murderer


Carry on.....
Onus not on state to prove guilt again. Onus on Zellner to seek evidence that would show the established fats are wrong. Read that as many times as you need for it to sink in.
02-03-2019 , 06:37 AM
^^^

It still hasn't sunk in that the state hiding evidence is not only a violation of civil rights (I know - PC culture gone mad!) but is also a crime.
02-03-2019 , 07:36 AM
Meanwhile the state tries desperately to cover up its malfeasance despite all the evidence of it already on record.

02-03-2019 , 03:53 PM
Fat shaming itt

      
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