a’ight, the video is uploading to youtube. very fucking slowly -.-
a couple of things I forgot to mention, the judge anticipates the trial to last 6-8 months, the prosecution has over 500 witnesses, and that the jury will not be sequestered.
I feel like the main thing the judge wanted to get…
if anyone has any questions, feel free to ask. i try to talk about the important points, but there are things i forget. so if you’re wondering if something was discussed, just ask and i will be happy to talk about what, if anything, was discussed with respect to that topic. enjoy!
The press is eagerly awaiting its chance to get cameras inside the trial of the man charged with shooting 12 people in Aurora, Colorado, in 2012, but the families of victims say the media attention wi…
"While talking with the Phillips family, I noticed that Lonnie and Sandy weren’t using the name of the Aurora shooter (which I have decided not to include in this article). ‘I never use his name,’ said Sandy. ‘When media does use his name, when they do use his picture, they’re giving him the very thing that he sought out.’”
With respect to the victims and their families, that’s complete BS. It seems to me that the prosecution and some of the media have had a hand in this family being, well, sorta brainwashed. James is mentally ill. The last thing the real James Holmes would want would be a) harm people or b) bring attention to himself.
I’m going to click my heels together three times and say:
JAMES HOLMES SUFFERS FROM MENTAL ILLNESS, JAMES HOLMES SUFFERS FROM MENTAL ILLNESS, JAMES HOLMES SUFFERS FROM MENTAL ILLNESS!
While I’m at it, thanks for perpetuating lies, prosecution, and (some) media venues, etc. Way to give a man a shot (no pun intended) at a fair trial!
A Mesa company that sold body armor to the accused gunman in the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting that left 12 dead and 58 injured has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit aimed at forcing Internet-based suppliers of guns, ammunition and military equipment to take “reasonable steps” before completing sales.
Gunman James E. Holmes is accused of killing 12 people — including a Phoenix man — listed in the suit, which names companies across the country that supplied Holmes with ammunition, tear gas, high-capacity magazines and body armor used in the July 20, 2012, shootings at the Aurora Century 16 theater. It said the companies sold Holmes the supplies despite many indications that he was suffering from psychiatric issues.Continue Reading
Defense attorneys in the theater shooting case have asked the judge to force five anonymous witnesses to testify.
Damien Echols on the death penalty
"Echols shares his thoughts on the issue of the death penalty in light of the Boston bombing investigation. Because Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is charged under federal law, under this jurisdiction, the Justice Department will decide whether to actually seek the death penalty for Tsarnaev.”