Skip to comments.Lacrosse players' defense: Documents being withheld
Posted on 09/01/2006 10:19:41 PM PDT by Protect the Bill of Rights
Lacrosse players' defense: Documents being withheld
By William F. West : The Herald-Sun
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Abb I know I left alot out, could you ping them in the morning, please?
AV in subject in at least 5 otherprobes (newspeak for investigation)
Baker wanted to give a presentation to the City Council
I have always thought it strange there was no paperwork for Durham Access. If it is not documented, it did not happen. For all practical purposes, if there is nothing, she was not at DA. Admittedly, I am applying medical standards to the courthouse setting.
It is finally time for the judge to put up or shut up.
"According to the defense, Gottlieb, in a typewritten document, said that on April 4, he was asked by a captain to produce a timeline of events for the city manager, Patrick Baker, for possible presentation to the council.
The defense wants a copy of that timeline plus a report of the substance of any meetings between or among law enforcement officers, the manager and any council member. "
**The cover-up of the frame-up of the rip-off.**
FIVE OTHER PROBES ! ! Hhhmmmm... any unsolved crimes in the neighborhood?
How about quadruple homicides, cross-burnings, ...
maybe they will be all solved now
in time for the election?
Da Vinci Street?
BTW,Cornelius Hines, owner of the Esquire:
Manager: Scanty info delayed search, N&O, Khanna; Staff Writer, April 7, 2006
DURHAM -- City Manager Patrick Baker said in an interview Thursday that it took two days before police searched the house where a woman said she was raped because 31 hours passed before she was able to provide details about what happened.
Earlier in the day, Baker went before the Durham City Council to address widespread questions on the timeliness of parts of the investigation into a March 13 Duke University lacrosse team party.
The woman reported the rape within an hour, according to police. She couldn't provide a lengthy interview until later, Baker said. In his address to the council, Baker said emotional and physical trauma can often delay a witness's ability to tell police what happened. "The basic rule of thumb is that we work at the complaining witness's timetable," he said.
The city manager added that the public should not expect daily updates from the city.
The intense coverage of the story has led to widespread debates. Before Baker explained the search delay, questions had been raised as to whether the accuser's criminal record affected police action.
Probe 1 Da Vinci Street.
Witness to one child beaten to death and another one thrown against the wall?
Do you have the house number on hand?
So she watched a kid get beat to death and another thrown against a wall? My goodness, this is just unbelievable
It is all starting to come together, I think, I hope. Legal strategery.
I feel bad for her,she has had a rough life, blah, blah, blah.
Because of her bad decisions in her life she in nothing more than a 2 bit Durham, barely not a street walking, whore.
SO what happens when she gets taken to Durham Access (after a mystery 30 minute ride in a car with an opportunistic whore) and she knows she is in a shit load of trouble? Lies to get out of it...back to the simple.
It started simple until the agenda driven latched on to it.
If the agenda driven had left it alone, it would have died the death it deserved.
But no matter the lives of three innocent boys were turned upside down, the agenda driven latched on to it like a newborn on a nipple.
Gottlieb screws the Duke kids
Nifong gets elected.
(just to name 2)
Meanwhile Brian Taylor the pimp, is driving Miss Medina shrouded in the protection of the NCCU crowd.
The "established" whore houses remain in business--as long as they are not run by Hispanics, they are safe.
If the feds entered this case I would guess the forced resignations in Durham City would be at a record high.
Cold case murder arrest is made, By Ray Gronberg : The Herald-Sun, Aug 21, 2006
DURHAM -- Durham police have charged a long-time suspect in the case with murder in connection with the 2001 strangulation death of Shirley Pounds, a 61-year-old woman who lived on DaVinci Street in the Kerrwood neighborhood. -cut-
That changed recently when the Durham Police Department's homicide unit reopened the case, assigned new investigators to it and developed "other leads," Police Chief Steve Chalmers said, without elaborating.
"If the feds entered this case I would guess the forced resignations in Durham City would be at a record high."
An FBI agent spoke at a newsconference this week flanked by a smiling Chief Chalmers, when announcing the hispanic brothel ring bust. Led all the local TV news broadcasts that day and no doubt reassured the Good Citizens of Durham the police were on the job.
There have been a number of cold cases solved recently, as cited in previous threads.
Owner ID: 8300189
Owner Address: MANGUM CRYSTAL GAIL
909 DA VINCI ST
DURHAM, NC 27704-3343
Tax Year: 2004, Receipt No: 4417216, Rate Year: 2004, Parcel Ref. Number: Personal, Due Date: 06/01/2005, Total Owned: $45.51, Amount Due: $45.51, Tax District: 1, Taxable Value: $2,320.00
Webster O'Neal Steele, 40, of 1011 DaVinci St., was arrested at a state prison Monday and taken to the Durham County Jail,
Steele also faces a charge of felonious breaking and entering that accuses him of breaking into Pounds' home at 803 DaVinci St. on Aug. 22, 2001, with the intention of committing a larceny.
Yeah, I take that back...the FBI and Smilin' Sam.
Hope the lawyers can do what the law would not.
The point to be made:
"...That changed recently when the Durham Police Department's homicide unit reopened the case, assigned new investigators to it and developed "other leads," Police Chief Steve Chalmers said, without elaborating. .."
As xo reminded us,anotherold haunt of AV
The AV's is a lifestyle I am glad I don't understand. Nifong didn't know what he was getting into, that you and other freepers were going to be making his life miserable.
Ask my family...I can be their worse nightmare....
It's funny how life changes.
The very traits which got me into so much trouble when I was just a little whipper snapper are the traits that help me so much as an adult.
Stubborn, headstrong, mind always spinning trying to figure something out.
(Of course there was that one year in 3rd grade that my name may as well have been on the principle's door. I even had a desk, LOL)
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