The psychobabbling food-loving seamstress.

Tired and sick of illiogical idiots..

Posted in Uncategorized by Ambs on February 25, 2010

Honestly people…

Yes if you post something anywhere on the internet in a public domain, where anyone can look at it, of course it could have repercussions for a trial that is to be fair to both the defendant and the family of the victim!

Firstly, how are they meant to find a jury with an unbiased viewpoint on the case?
This is very important for both sides.  So that both sides get heard with un-tainted ears and eye’s.

What happens if they can not find an un-biased jury?  (Any lawyers out there care to elaborate? As this is actually a question!)

Still trying to work out how we reverted back to the dark ages?  Put them up on a stake and burn them them?  Draw and quarter them.  You know, because summary executions are really the only way to go.  *Note the Sarcasm*

I could’nt imagine what Trinity’s family is going through at the moment, to deal with this kind of grief and loss in the media spotlight.  I couldn’t imagine how I would react, my neice is 9, and the thought of anything like this happening to her would rip my heart out (It literally just hit me, the thought is terrifying).
I also wonder what the defendant and his family must be going through.  This kid and potentially his families life has been ruined, no matter what the outcome.  Obviously if he is guilty, he is definitely deeply disturbed in some way, shape or form.

On both counts, so young and so very sad.


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  1. Kevin Heller said, on February 27, 2010 at 12:04 am

    Interesting blog — and even better pseudonym. If you feel like it, drop me a line at MLS. We could grab coffee and debate AFL.

    And sorry I thought you were a guy. I’m mortified…


  2. psychomuse said, on February 27, 2010 at 3:45 am

    No reason to be mortified. Anonymous posts on blogs leave little to go by when trying to work out if someone is male or female…

    Coffee sounds good, I’ll be in touch.

    Oh and while I’m thinking of it, you might be interested in my other blog:

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