Man attempted to sue God for fraud an...

Man attempted to sue God for fraud and gross negligence

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Jesus Latter Day Taint

Philadelphia, PA

#43 Jul 13, 2012
tallyho wrote:
A]...The problem with this case is that the system worked, and it worked too well. It worked too well because it showed what the defense is capable of doing if....
If the police provide the defense with ammo by putting perjuring cops on the stand and by a cop walking around with a vile of blood in his pocket when drops of blood were later found at the crime scene. And if the prosecutors are lackluster. And if Barry Scheck is devastating.

And justice is for sale. A poorer defendant would have not been able to contest the state's evidence.

Hey drunk, you can't string a proper sentence together, you routinely plagiarize and then whine how it isn't plagiarism, you routinely twist and lie and dissemble and change the subject, and you can never address any of the content.

If you're not an alcoholic or drug addict then you need to be assessed for some other cause of your impairment. Maybe you used to drink and became alcohol poisoned. Who knows? Certainly not the person with the alcohol problem, that is for sure.
Dr Stinko

Hampton, VA

#44 Jul 14, 2012
Gotta say, some of the vitriolic shit a few of you generate makes me wish I was a West Fkn Indian.
Do me a favor, willya?
Next time you write what you write, show it to someone whose got a lick of sense, and take whatever advice they give you.
In that way you'll still get to write your shit, but we may be excused from reading it.
Thx,
Dr S.

“My posts are MUCH better”

Since: Jul 12

than your posts!

#45 Jul 14, 2012
tallyho wrote:
trust me: if I were the seated judge , I would find in their favor and award them the total of $1.00 and as for GOD make it a c-note , problem is how to collect
Garnish his wages or demand a tithe...

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#46 Jul 15, 2012
Jesus Latter Day Taint wrote:
<quoted text>
If the police provide the defense with ammo by putting perjuring cops on the stand and by a cop walking around with a vile of blood in his pocket when drops of blood were later found at the crime scene. And if the prosecutors are lackluster. And if Barry Scheck is devastating.
And justice is for sale. A poorer defendant would have not been able to contest the state's evidence.
Hey drunk, you can't string a proper sentence together, you routinely plagiarize and then whine how it isn't plagiarism, you routinely twist and lie and dissemble and change the subject, and you can never address any of the content.
If you're not an alcoholic or drug addict then you need to be assessed for some other cause of your impairment. Maybe you used to drink and became alcohol poisoned. Who knows? Certainly not the person with the alcohol problem, that is for sure.
who lied and the police don't put people on the stand ......

never mind ass go back to sleep
Christsharian Deelite

Philadelphia, PA

#47 Jul 15, 2012
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
who lied and the police don't put people on the stand ......
never mind ass go back to sleep
Again that is complete dissembling and evasion, like you alcoholics always do.

The cop(s) perjured themselves by general agreement, were arguably racist and handled blood evidence in a completely unprofessional, suspicious manner.

Reasonable doubt....

They were cops. The police department had the misfortune to employ, rather than fire, them. The cops were put on the stand. It doesn't matter who called them, whether they were defense or prosecution witnesses, hostile or not. They did all kinds of wrong procedurally.

And everyone knows it. Even the Goldman family. But not you, drunk. You live to deny and dissemble and distract.

Burp.

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#48 Jul 15, 2012
once again who lied ...

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#49 Jul 15, 2012
ASSSSSSSSSSSHOLE.........
1).Perjury is the crime of making a knowingly false statement which bears on the outcome of an official proceeding that is required to be testified to under oath. A statement is made under oath when 1) the statement was made on or pursuant to form bearing notice, authorized by law, to the effect that false statements made therein are punishable, or 2) the statement recites that it was made under oath, the declarant was aware of such recitation at the time he made the statement and intended that the statement should be represented as a sworn statement, and the statement was signed by an officer authorized to administer oaths.

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#50 Jul 15, 2012
now this should keep you busy for a couple of days
have fun

“Jody”

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#51 Jul 15, 2012
"Knock! Knock!" Order in the court!!

[hee he]
Christsharian Deelite

Philadelphia, PA

#52 Jul 15, 2012
tallyho wrote:
1).Perjury....
Hey alcoholic, you changed the subject from reasonable doubt brought on by all the police misconduct.

As I said earlier neither the arguably racist cop of the cop who is generally considered to have lied (about timing, about walking around the _crime scene_ with a vial of O.J.'s blood in his picket) were charged.

Cops get away with murder. It only follows they'd get away with perjury. In fact, just about everyone gets away with perjury.

And the O.J. case shows how dirty police harm the victims and society - someone who almost certainly guilty walked. But that's how reasonable doubt is supposed to work. The burden is on the prosecution....

I know you'd rather have a full on police state, but we don't. Quite. You stupid, old drunk.

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#53 Jul 16, 2012
I did not say you did..........

"That's what happens when a jury knows the police lied and mishandled evidence - reasonable doubt about the evidence not known to be tainted by the police, since it could well have been tainted by the police."

even you said could have ... not proven just could have ....

lets see how did OJ blood get there ,??????

thank god that innocent man didn't have cold cash/passport/disguise/gun lying down in the back of a FORD with a driver ... proves innocents right there , should have saved a trial ...
" hey guys lets all couple hundred of us get together and frame this guy " you sneak to the house and get a pair of glove and you get a pair of socks ,, you plant blood in the Bronco . you get some Italian shoes and leave a print .....

hey hey anyone have a knit cap

yep you are right you win , please send a letter to the families and tell them how sorry the Colombian drug dealers did this

that drunck enough for cry baby GENO

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#54 Jul 16, 2012
we will see if you notice
Christsharian Deelite

Philadelphia, PA

#55 Jul 16, 2012
tallyho wrote:
I did not say you did..........
"That's what happens when a jury knows the police lied and mishandled evidence - reasonable doubt about the evidence not known to be tainted by the police, since it could well have been tainted by the police."
even you said could have ... not proven just could have ....
lets see how did OJ blood get there ,??????
thank god that innocent man didn't have cold cash/passport/disguise/gun lying down in the back of a FORD with a driver ... proves innocents right there , should have saved a trial ...
" hey guys lets all couple hundred of us get together and frame this guy " you sneak to the house and get a pair of glove and you get a pair of socks ,, you plant blood in the Bronco . you get some Italian shoes and leave a print .....
hey hey anyone have a knit cap
yep you are right you win , please send a letter to the families and tell them how sorry the Colombian drug dealers did this
that drunck enough for cry baby GENO
Hey drunk, "reasonable doubt" doesn't mean proving that some lying cowboy of a cop who improperly walked around the crime scene with a vial of O.J. Simpson's blood in his pocket did sprinkle blood around the crime scene.

See, "reasonable doubt" doesn't mean "proving" some lying cop did that.

You're mixed up due to your alcohol poisoning.

Similarly, the presence of suspicious behaviors on the part of O.J. Simpson does not in itself address the "reasonable doubts" about how the cops conducted themselves on and off the stand. You're mixed up again, lying drunk.

What happened is that outrageously sloppy police work - at best - and a lackluster prosecution wound up causing a lot of additional pain for the Goldman family, imo.

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#56 Jul 16, 2012
Christsharian Deelite wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey drunk, "reasonable doubt" doesn't mean proving that some lying cowboy of a cop who improperly walked around the crime scene with a vial of O.J. Simpson's blood in his pocket did sprinkle blood around the crime scene.
See, "reasonable doubt" doesn't mean "proving" some lying cop did that.
You're mixed up due to your alcohol poisoning.
Similarly, the presence of suspicious behaviors on the part of O.J. Simpson does not in itself address the "reasonable doubts" about how the cops conducted themselves on and off the stand. You're mixed up again, lying drunk.
What happened is that outrageously sloppy police work - at best - and a lackluster prosecution wound up causing a lot of additional pain for the Goldman family, imo.
Please no one ask him about Robert Blake ...

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#57 Jul 16, 2012
HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM:

The evidence against OJ Simpson was overwhelming, both DNA and other physical and circumstantial. I will list just a few for lack of space.
-victims' blood inside OJ Simpson's white Bronco in various places.
-glove with victims blood outside OJ Simpson's house on Rockingham.
-OJ Simpson's DNA at crime scene
-sock with victim's blood at OJS's residence on Rockingham
-bloody knife found buried in empty lot in Chicago next to OJS's hotel room where he flew to on the night of the murders.
-bloody footprints at crime scene found to be made by expensive Italian designer in same size OJS wears. When claimed he didn't own any of these shoes they were found after a serach warrent was obtained and a search of the house on Rockingham was conducted.
-cuts on OJS's hands, claimed he cut it on a glass.
-eluded police when he knew arrest was immenent, chase in white Bronco, had guns,--sum of money, threatened to commit suicide.
-confessed to cellmate while being held at jail after arrest.
-OJS had a history of violence against his ex-wife

CONSPIRACY.....

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#58 Jul 16, 2012
tallyho wrote:
HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM:
The evidence against OJ Simpson was overwhelming, both DNA and other physical and circumstantial. I will list just a few for lack of space.
-victims' blood inside OJ Simpson's white Bronco in various places.
-glove with victims blood outside OJ Simpson's house on Rockingham.
-OJ Simpson's DNA at crime scene
-sock with victim's blood at OJS's residence on Rockingham
-bloody knife found buried in empty lot in Chicago next to OJS's hotel room where he flew to on the night of the murders.
-bloody footprints at crime scene found to be made by expensive Italian designer in same size OJS wears. When claimed he didn't own any of these shoes they were found after a serach warrent was obtained and a search of the house on Rockingham was conducted.
-cuts on OJS's hands, claimed he cut it on a glass.
-eluded police when he knew arrest was immenent, chase in white Bronco, had guns,--sum of money, threatened to commit suicide.
-confessed to cellmate while being held at jail after arrest.
-OJS had a history of violence against his ex-wife
CONSPIRACY.....
hey devil dog how ya doing ...

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#59 Jul 16, 2012
GMGMIKE wrote:
<quoted text>hey devil dog how ya doing ...
the heat is eating me up seahound , shades of Christmas Island in the Pacific , not to be confused with Xmas Island in the Indian ..

yourself,, behaving as far as the meds ....

hey your VA doc have him/her write paper to get outside on the cheaper ones , I get a few for 10 instead of 24 , take your list and have say Wegmans on Transit Road off of Main street rte 5 ...

“....VETS”

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#60 Jul 16, 2012
POST 7/PAGE 1..........

there is so much evidence there: to convict OJ twice , and that would be throwing out all the evidence in doubt

“Forehead wrinkle”

Since: Dec 10

Homefries

#62 Oct 29, 2014
Who would have to pay up? The Roman Catholic church?

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