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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabrina View Post
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    Lin Wood Leaves Bryan Cave to Launch Small Firm
    Wood, with Bryan Cave senior associate Stacey G. Evans and Katherine V. Hernacki, launched Wood, Hernacki & Evans on May 9
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    Fulton County Daily Report
    May 27, 2011
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    Atlanta attorney L. Lin Wood Jr.
    image: Catherine Lovett/Fulton County Daily Report
    L. Lin Wood Jr. is returning to his small-firm roots after becoming the first celebrity plaintiffs lawyer for Powell Goldstein, now Bryan Cave, five years ago.

    He and Stacey G. Evans, a senior associate at Bryan Cave, left to launch Wood, Hernacki & Evans on May 9. Joining them is Katherine V. Hernacki, who was Wood's associate at his own firm and then Bryan Cave before starting a solo plaintiffs' practice last year.

    Wood said he left Bryan Cave to handle a big whistleblower case that would have posed conflicts at the 1,000-lawyer firm. He is joining qui tam lawyers Marlan B. Wilbanks and Ty M. Bridges on a suit alleging fraud against DaVita Inc., the largest kidney dialysis chain in the U.S., which Wilbanks said could potentially be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
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    Thanks for posting, Sabrina.

    As always, Lin Wood shows up where he can get the most MONEY! Filing frivolous lawsuits for the Ramseys can't compare with shaking down a corporation for big moolah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherokee View Post
    Ha ha, Cynic, not everyone KNOWS about our special Lin Wood box! Who told you? That Guttah gossip, KK? Sheesh. And after I gave her the best dregs of my Boone's Farm!
    Oh, no, t'weren't me, matey! I never let gossip slip...ask Tricia! :runaway:

    Hey there, Sabrina. Thanks for the news on Wood. Always looking for the big money, that one. I always think of Woody when I watch the movie Michael Clayton. Not in the Clayton part, either...more in the corporate lawyer/shill hiring the hit man role.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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  3. #51

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherokee View Post
    Thanks for posting, Sabrina.

    As always, Lin Wood shows up where he can get the most MONEY! Filing frivolous lawsuits for the Ramseys can't compare with shaking down a corporation for big moolah!

    LOL How true, how true.

    But in all fairness, he is supporting four or five ex-wives and various children. Think of the psychiatry bills alone....

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    More problems at the morgue...

    Mystery DNA on Teoh belonged to another dead man
    By Debra Chong
    SHAH ALAM, Oct. 2, 2009

    A government scientist today identified one of the DNA profiles found on Teoh Beng Hock’s blazer and belt as belonging to another man who had been autopsied in the same hospital and on the same day.
    Dr Seah Lay Hong, who returned to the witness box this morning, told the coroner’s court investigating Teoh’s death that the mystery DNA labelled “Male 1” came from M. Gopala, a road accident victim.
    She added that the other male DNA profile was still unknown.
    Dr Seah had checked it against the DNA of a second man who was autopsied on the same table after Gopala on July 17.
    L. Jeganathan, who had also died in a road accident, did not match the second male DNA profile found on Teoh’s belt.
    Dr Seah explained that Gopala’s DNA had most likely been transferred onto Teoh’s jacket because the autopsy table was not sterilised. The theory was first mooted by Dr Khairul Aznam Ibrahim, who was one of two pathologists to perform Teoh’s autopsy.
    Former forensic doctor Dr K. Saravanan, who had carried out the autopsies of both men at the Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah in Klang in the morning before Teoh was autopsied, also supported the theory.
    Dr Saravanan, who was transferred to the hospital’s Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) section two days ago, told the court that the autopsy table is usually cleaned only with water.
    The table would be sterilised with chemicals only if the body brought in contained infectious diseases.
    He did not know when the table was last sterilised.
    In reply to the magistrate’s question, Dr Saravanan said it was possible that DNA traces from autopsies before July 17 had been left behind as well.

    The 30-year-old political secretary to state executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah was mysteriously found dead on a 5th-floor landing outside the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) Selangor office at Plaza Masalam here on July 16, after being questioned overnight into claims his boss abused state money.
    His family and employer claim foul play was involved.
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...ther-dead-man/

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    Oh, thanks, cynic. As has been said, DNA is a double-edged sword in LE.

    I've been watching the Anthony trial and some "mystery" DNA in that case--was it from DUCT TAPE found on the skull?--was found to belong to the FBI lab tech who processed some documents in the trial. She worked in a different lab than the DNA lab and only through running the DNA profile against the FBI database for employees did they get the hit for her.

    At least, that's as much as I can remember, and I won't swear to it in a court of law. lol It's been a long trial.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Oh, thanks, cynic. As has been said, DNA is a double-edged sword in LE.
    It’s pretty clear isn’t it? While many don’t have any difficulty seeing that, examples like these highlight the outrageousness of Lacy’s statement that there could be “no innocent explanation” for the unmatched DNA in the Ramsey case.
    What I want to know is if there was an “innocent explanation” for her saying that there was “no innocent explanation” for the DNA. It’s the question that Paul Campos raised at the time:
    To the many questions that have plagued the Ramsey case we can now add another: is Mary Lacy merely incompetent, or is something more disturbing going on?
    Paul Campos -Law professor, University of Colorado
    http://www.reporternews.com/news/200...n-ramsey-case/
    I've been watching the Anthony trial and some "mystery" DNA in that case--was it from DUCT TAPE found on the skull?--was found to belong to the FBI lab tech who processed some documents in the trial. She worked in a different lab than the DNA lab and only through running the DNA profile against the FBI database for employees did they get the hit for her.
    I’ve been watching it as much as possible as well.
    It was FBI lab technician, Lorie Gottesman, a forensic document examiner who was the culprit, at least for the 6 marker partial profile on the non-sticky side of the duct tape. On the sticky side of the duct tape there was only one marker found, and it was just barely above the FBI’ s analytical threshold of 50 RFU. (Below 50 is considered “noise.”) It did not belong to Lorie Gottesman, although there was another lab tech who had that marker, Maureen Bradley.
    Interestingly, although you would think that that the DNA unit would be the first to handle that evidence, it went through the trace evidence unit, and the chemistry unit, and latent print unit the document unit prior to the DNA analysis unit receiving it.
    At least, that's as much as I can remember, and I won't swear to it in a court of law. lol It's been a long trial.
    The end is near; hopefully there are no “OJ jurors” on the panel.

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    Brilliant closing arguments by the prosecution in the Anthony case.

    But we have no idea what the jury will decide. OJ and the Ramseys taught us that there is no end to the amount of people who will refuse to accept the truth no matter how much evidence is presented to prove it to them.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    OJ and the Ramseys taught us that there is no end to the amount of people who will refuse to accept the truth no matter how much evidence is presented to prove it to them.
    So true; so disgustingly true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Brilliant closing arguments by the prosecution in the Anthony case.
    Clearly wasted on 12 OJ jurors.
    Unbelievable.
    OJ and the Ramseys taught us that there is no end to the amount of people who will refuse to accept the truth no matter how much evidence is presented to prove it to them.
    So true and, unfortunately, illustrated again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynic View Post
    Clearly wasted on 12 OJ jurors.
    Unbelievable.

    So true and, unfortunately, illustrated again.
    Obviously, forensic science is too sophisticated for the average juror now. Since human nature in the 21st century is to believe any lies an attractive, white defendant says through her lawyers, and judges are too scared to limit the lies a defense lawyer can tell a jury, it's become harder and harder for prosecutors to convict criminals.

    When this child's body was found, I never imagined the evidence wasn't clear and plain to any human being of any intelligence that this lying mother killed her daughter and hid the body. It only took the defense three years and millions in taxpayer money to devise a plan to fool the jury completely.

    Again, it only takes money to get away with murder; in this case, the taxpayers footed the bill! I find that so stunning, I can't even begin to express my shock. At least OJ and the Ramseys paid for for their own get out of jail free card.

    I've learned my lesson. Our justice system is a farce, and all the lying, greedy lawyers on TV telling me it worked doesn't make it so.

    BULLCHIT!


    A WOMAN WHO IS OBVIOUSLY GUILTY OF CHILD MURDER JUST WALKED WITH A SMIRK ON HER FACE. THE SYSTEM IS BROKEN, SO WHY WASTE TIME AND MONEY PRETENDING IT ISN'T?

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Sad to say that I believe that now we will see all the mentally deficient jurors making book deals and profiting from the gruesome death of this little angel.

    One thing I have learned in all the years of hearing from the dead- they truly do not care about the circumstances of their death. It is merely the method they "chose" (yes, we choose our exit, even ones like this) to leave the no-longer-needed physical body. If they have been murdered, they do not care a bit for vengeance ("sayeth the Lord: Vengeance is mine".
    They do not care if their killers are found or if their murder is solved or if the killer goes free. That is for US to deal with. In every death, intentional or not, there are lessens and karmic consequences. Some for the deceased, some for those living. It is all part of our karmic history and it all balances out in the end. Truly.
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    I agree with what all of you are saying here about the Caylee Anthony Jury.

    I think they will have to think differently when choosing juries in the future, DeeDee. Justice hasn't been served for little Caylee Anthony.

    Will get in touch with you soon.
    elle: The RST can't handle the truth!
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