Let’s play the who-said-this game

October 27, 2013

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Good morning:

Time to play the who-said-this game.

A game the whole family can play

Just read the quote and guess who said it.

First clue: The man is white and in jail.

The jail is full of blacks and they all act like thugs. This may sound a bit radical but if more people would arm themselves and kill these (expletive) idiots, when they’re threatening you, eventually they may take the hint and change their behavior.

Second clue: The man denies being a racist.

I’m really not prejudiced against race, but I have no use for certain cultures. This gangster-rap, ghetto talking thug ‘culture’ that certain segments of society flock to is intolerable. They espouse violence and disrespect towards women. The black community here in [deleted] is in an uproar against me — the three other thugs that were in the car are telling stories to cover up their true ‘colors.’

Third clue: This man is really amazed and irked to discover that the media does not call him a hero.

I am amazed at what is going on with the way the media has been covering this case. Their have been several other shootings here in [deleted], yet they are all either black-on-black or black-on-white, and none of them have garnered any attention from the media. I guess it’s news when someone dares to not to be a victim, but they are twisting it around sand saying I was the ‘bad guy.’

Fourth clue: This man wants a change of venue because the media has not called him a hero.

You are correct, if you chose Michael Dunn. He is charged with first degree murder for shooting 17-year-old Jordan Davis to death in the parking lot of a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida. Dunn emptied the clip of his 9 millimeter semiautomatic handgun while squeezing off shots at point blank range into an SUV parked next to him because Jordan Davis disrespected his authority as an older white guy by refusing to turn down the music and calling him names. Davis and his three friends were unarmed.

Michael Dunn is stupid because he shot and killed a kid for playing loud music that he did not like and disobeying his order to turn it down. He is also stupid because he does not realize he is a racist and he mailed these statements from jail to relatives and friends not realizing that jailers read mail. Predictably, the statements were published. Now, he wants a change of venue to a place with like-minded people who will give him the keys to the city and throw him a ticker tape parade down main street instead of throwing him in jail.

Someplace like Sanford, Florida in Seminole County.

The best thing Dunn’s lawyer could do right now is to threaten to kill him with his bare hands if he doesn’t shut up.

Quotes obtained from Atlanta Black Star

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If You Open Your Mouth, I Will Kill You With My Bare Hands

December 5, 2012

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Top O’ the Mornin’:

I settled on this heartwarming expression of affection today because I’ve said it to more than a few clients in the past to emphasize the importance of not talking about their case and it’s probably pretty close to what Jose Baez told Chris Serino recently.

Notice that we have not heard anything from Serino since we found out that he had retained Baez.

Every good criminal defense attorney prefers a wide open playing field with multiple options available to get around immovable evidentiary obstacles created by the client’s acts. Pity Mark O’Mara whose client added to that forest of obstacles with an impenetrable thicket of thorns composed of multiple inconsistent and conflicting statements.

Ay, Dios mio.

Hence, the Third Commandment:

The Third Commandment is thou shalt not fail to do everything within your power to silence your client because the prosecution can use everything he says about the case against him.

If you cannot shut him up, thou shalt withdraw from the case.

His problem is simple to explain, but not easy to solve.

Everywhere he looks, he sees a sign that reads, “You can’t get there from here.”

“There” being the fabled promised land of “Not Guilty,” on the other side of the vast forest and thicket of thorns and here being here, damn it, stuck on this side with the forest and thicket in between.

Aha, he thinks maybe he can get to the promised land by taking the road less taken.

Yep, Chris Serino did not want to charge the defendant and he is an honorable man.

Chief Bill Lee did not want to charge the defendant and he is an honorable man.

Norm Wolfinger decided not to charge the defendant and he is an honorable man.

Plus, they have that early Halloween photograph of the defendant costumed as a vampire in an orange jacket with the rubber nose that turns color and swells or shrinks on command.

There is a reason why it’s called the road less taken.

I wrote recently,

A focused police search for evidence to support a decision not to charge a person with a crime in a suspicious death case before an investigation has been completed is an example of a preordained conclusion in search of a factual basis to support it.

That is a cover-up, not a competent police investigation.

First, as I have said before, the opinions of the police and prosecution officials regarding the guilt or innocence of the accused in a criminal case are irrelevant and inadmissible. They are not evidence and Judge Nelson is not going to permit Serino, Lee, Wolfinger or anyone else to testify about their opinion and why they believed the defendant should not have been charged.

Second, the FBI is investigating the Sanford Police Department for possible civil rights violations and those three individuals together with others are likely subjects, if not targets, of that investigation. Therefore, they need to lawyer-up as Serino has done and keep their mouths shut.

Third, if they were to speak and tell the truth, they probably would admit that he should have been charged, but was not charged due to racist or other improper considerations. For example, Serino might say, “Yeah, the drone was guilty as sin and I was having one helluva time trying to figure out how to please Wolfinger and the Chief until Wagner and I came up with idea to photoshop the photo Wagner took. We about laughed ourselves sick painting that blood on his lips. Dweeb looked like a freakin’ vampire.

Fourth, if they lie, they likely will be looking at a perjury charge.

Fifth, oh well. You get the picture.

Desperation rarely produces sound decisions.

Like I said,

There is a reason why it’s called the road less taken.

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