Wayne Sanderson
Re: Oh Boy!...
Sun Jun 05, 15:06

Don't forget how the McLaury brother with the law degree showed up and insinuated himself into the ongoing hearing on the prosecution side and damn near hijacked the whole side's case. What I said about Ike goes doubly for McLaury. The county committed two of the biggest errors anyone prosecuting a criminal case can make: allowing a relative who is a lawyer onto the prosecution team at all, and bringing someone from the outside into the case mid course and allowing them to take the lead in the matter. It couldn't have been any worse unless they had brought Ike in with a fake law school diploma and let him try the case.

  • Oh Boy!...Joyce A. Aros, Sun Jun 05 14:49
    ...If I were not so intrigued, I would have disappeared a few posts ago, but old folks like me don't always learn and I think you are having some fun with me. I have some homework to do, but though... more
    • Re: Oh Boy!...Wayne Sanderson, Sun Jun 05 15:26
      I do have to go along with you on your opinion of the prosecutors- For seemingly smart guys, they were imbeciles. They trotted out their whole case, witness testimony, strategy and everything at a Preliminary... more
      • One last thought,,,,Joyce A. Aros, Mon Jun 06 8:11
        ...Wayne, I think our discussion has been really worthwhile from my side and I've learned some stuff I had considered but from a slightly different angle. I am not a historian; I tend to examine things... more
    • Re: Oh Boy!... — Wayne Sanderson, Sun Jun 05 15:06
      • So you must recognize my sympathy is with Ike ...Joyce A. Aros, Sun Jun 05 16:38
        ...in this situation. Obviously he did not understand what the procedure entailed, he was deeply emotionally involved, time was the enemy as well...and his ignorance of all of this caused him to repeat... more
        • Re: So you must recognize my sympathy is with Ike ...Wayne Sanderson, Sun Jun 05 16:46
          As I said before, this was a badly mishandled preliminary hearing on the government's part. They showed their entire hand and allowed things to be examined and refuted that should have never been heard... more