FRANK CARSON UPDATE: DA’S RESPONSE TO 3RD PARTY CULPABILITY

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HERE IS THE DA’S RESPONSE TO THE DEFENSE MOTION

TAKE A LOOK AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF (LET ME KNOW)

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4 comments

  1. This is the biggest bunch of shit ,,money draining idiots ,,I sure hope they get something in return VERY SOON!

  2. Dumb. The evidentiary standard for 3d party culpability is lower than probable cause. The standard is: “It could cause a reasonable doubt,” not that it will or Probably will or there is a reasonable suspicion it will, but that it could. Given judge Zs very liberal interpretation of probable cause, most of this 3d party evidence should be admissible, assuming a proper foundation can be laid. Which I think the defense is going to have a bigger problem with.
    Likewise, the fact that animal bones were found will probably be excluded because this fact can not establish a reasonable doubt.

  3. What will probably happen is the judge will hold an evidentiary hearing to determine if there is any admissible evidence to show whether things like the animal bones could be human bones, or whether there is circumnstantial evidence sufficient to identify K. Kauffman (which, obviously, there is) before the matter is submitted to the jury. In other words, the judge will allow the attorneys to cross ex the expert who said the bones were animal bones. The defense may also be able to cross ex the investigators re their statements indicating they knew certain witnesses were guilty. Even if they judge were to determine there is no admissible evidence, the defense attorneys will have gotten valuable information from prosecution witnesses before those witnesses testify in front of the jury… Now, it is beginning to make sense why the defense has brought this motion.

  4. She’s on the same corruption level as the governor and senators. She better pay for this one day.

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