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Clerk's office releases 155 pages of TBI investigation of former judge Richard Baumgartner
Knmoxville News Sentinel ^
| Dec 2, 2011
| News Sentinel Staff
Posted on 12/02/2011 3:48:15 PM PST by libstripper
The Knox County Criminal Court Clerk today released 155 pages of the TBIs investigative report of former judge Richard Baumgartner.
The redacted version outlines in more detail information that Special Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood used Thursday to award new trials to the convicted killers of University of Tennessee student Channon Christian, 21, and her boyfriend Christopher Newsom, 23, in January 2007.
(Excerpt) Read more at knoxnews.com ...
TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: baumgartner; christiannewsome; knoxvlle; murders
The only tiny bit of justice in this whole repulsive spectacle is that the odious Richard Baumgartner, the presideing judge at the trials that now have to be entirely repeated, was disbarred. If you want to be further disgusted, just watch the attached interviews of the victims' parents about the hotel quality living conditions enjoyed by Tennessee's maximum security prisoners. One can only hope these vile subhumans receive prison justice of the sort meted out to Jefrey Dahmer.
Maybe with a new trial we can get some real justice ie more death sentences and longer terms for all
posted on 12/02/2011 4:10:16 PM PST
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posted on 12/02/2011 4:50:26 PM PST
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I understand that in the new trials they cannot receive a harsher penalty than they received in the first trial.
posted on 12/02/2011 5:03:22 PM PST
(A village in Kenya is missing their idiot...lets send him back)
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