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MatureUschi

Here's Hoping For A Conviction

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What leads you to say that, Uschi?  So, he was her client : more then 50% of people posting on here are somebody's client, The dogs sniffed his scent from a burnt out car--really !  How likely are they to pick up a scent in those circumstances? And how sure can you be that, even if they did pick up a scent, it is his? Is that enough for a conviction? An unexplained gas canister-- it's unexplained on their own admission. There could be countless reasons for that. So, why are we ' Here's hoping for a conviction',   Have I missed something? 

 

Sorry. I forgot to mention the Pampered Chef food scale. What's that cot to do with anything?

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I'm hoping they:

a. got the right guy

b. can prove it

c. can get a conviction

What's wrong with hoping they'll manage to solve this crime?

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Oops, was hoping to edit my post, but wasn't able to, so here's a bit more to elaborate:

There are lots of articles out there, and I picked the shortest one to link to. Other publications give a bit more detail, like this one: http://www.people.com/article/lester-jones-arrested-2007-murder-paige-birgfeld

I'm not naive enough to think everyone who gets arrested is automatically guilty. The police had to wade through heaps of forensics, track down other clients from forensics and phone records, and this guy stood out for obvious reasons. He very much deserves a closer look, and I hope they get a conviction (if it was him, beyond reasonable doubt). I wasn't trying to say I want an innocent man to go to jail just because he was a punter - I would have thought that's understood.

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Let's hope that the guilty party, who may or may not be currently in custody, gets what is coming to him on a safe conviction.

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There we are - that's what I was trying to say.

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