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JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

Well-said, JTF. ITA. I think Mac is truly nearing the end of his legal road, at long last. It can't come a moment too soon for me.  (Sep 24, 2013 | post #7901)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

A few thoughts about the Sur-Reply: Love how the first thing the government brings up was the agreement, violated by the defense, as to not including anything that wasn't in the record of the case prior to Mac's Aug. 22 filing. Also noteworthy is their dissection of the exhibits the defense submitted on June 10. Good summary of Friar: "Friar was, and remains, an unreliable witness spinning a belated tale of improbably coincidences, that is riddled with contradictions and uncorroborated by and reliable and credible evidence." The Sur-Reply once again eviscerates MacDonald via totally discrediting Mary and Jimmy Britt, Jerry Leonard, Jimmy Friar, and the contradictions and "atmosphere of suggestibility " with regard to the affidavit of Stoeckley's mother. They also nicely sum up Mac's claims re: the unsourced hairs. "The section of MacDonald’s Reply dealing with his unsourced hair claims addresses none of the Government’s refutation, and contains not a single challenge or citation to the Government’s Memorandum...MacDo nald merely repeats his arguments from the Evidentiary Hearing...MacDonal d ignores the reality of his demonstrated failure to meet his burden of proof, and the Government’s refutation evidence in respect of his 2006 unsourced hairs claim..., and proceeds to argue, without citation to the record, as if there were no disputed factual issues." All in all, it was a good read for sure. I'll bet ol' Mac is livid.  (Sep 24, 2013 | post #7900)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

And of course, the minute I post a 2nd time, there's my first post from several minutes ago. Sheesh.  (Sep 24, 2013 | post #7899)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

Hmmm...my post seems to have disappeared. Here I go again... I also saw the sur-reply at: http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html I thought it was ridiculous for the defense to place such emphasis on Jimmy Friar, a small-time criminal if memory serves, and someone they didn't even bother to call as a witness at trial. When I saw the sur-reply list of exhibits re: Jimmy Friar and the others, I knew this was going to be another good read. Can't wait to get into it.  (Sep 24, 2013 | post #7898)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

I also found the sur-reply at: http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html When I saw the exhibits re: Jimmy Friar and the others, I knew this was going to be another good read. Can't wait to go through all of it.  (Sep 24, 2013 | post #7897)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

After reading the latest filing by the defense, and the supporting exhibits, I can only conclude that they are completely out of gas when it comes to trying to get Mac's sentence vacated. http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html This was, imo, a very weak response. When the lies (such as that Mac supposedly never said the intruders were "hippies ") and the hype are stripped away, there's not much left. They still insist that Britt transported Stoeckley as he says he did, and that he heard Blackburn threaten Stoeckley, even though Britt seems to have been shown to be not credible on these issues, They also still insist that the three unsourced hairs are "powerful " evidence of intruders (while continuing to ignore the other hundreds of unsourced fibers), while at the same time saying only that the hairs "could have" come from intruders. As I said to someone recently, Mac's trying to climb Mt. Everest with a 2255-lb (or 3600-lb.) weight on his back, and at this point, it looks increasingly doubtful that he'll ever reach the peak.  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #7885)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

The defense has finally filed its Reply to Government's Post-Hearing Memorandum: http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html  (Aug 22, 2013 | post #7884)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

And here we go again... Today the defense filed yet another motion for a delay in the time to file their reply to the Government's Post-Hearing Memorandum: http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html Let's hope they actually file on the 21st. At this point, it wouldn't surprise me if a week from now we see a request for yet another delay.  (Aug 13, 2013 | post #7882)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

I see that Mac's defense has again asked for (and received) another delay in the time to file. They now have until August 14 to file their reply to the Government's Post-Hearing Memorandum. http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html  (Aug 6, 2013 | post #7877)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

I see that the long-awaited Government Post-Hearing Memorandum is now online at www.crimearchives. net/19979_macdonal d. FANTASTIC ... This should be a good read! http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/uploads/up loads.html  (Jul 2, 2013 | post #7869)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

I was doing some reading at www.crimearchives. net/1979_macdonald and noticed something in a statement of Ron Harrison's that I missed before. On page 2 (of the link below) Harrison says when he visited MacDonald at the hospital on Feb. 17, 1970, he saw "...one or two wounds in his [Jeffrey MacDonald's] neck, pin points of blood that may have been pick marks." I don't recall any of the doctors or anyone else talking about "pick marks" or any type of wound at all on Mac's neck. Does anyone know any more about this? http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/cid/1971-0 6-14_stmt_harrison .html  (Jun 26, 2013 | post #7868)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

JTF: There is a page limit, but I don't know what it is offhand. I know in December of 2011, the government had to ask for permission to file an oversized response, so maybe they'll have to do that again: http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald/court/2011 /2011-12-12_doc211 _EDNC_gov_motion.p df  (Jun 1, 2013 | post #7861)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

OWC, There is a lot that is not updated at Christina's site, and a lot of missing documents, mixed-up pages, spelling errors, and so on. Does that mean people shouldn't visit there? Of course not. Reading your posts, one would get the idea that for any criminal case or any other matter, you think there should be only ONE point of access on the web, which I think is a ridiculous notion. As for your fixation on discussion boards, I think that's really odd, since Christina's website not only has NO links to ANY discussion boards AT ALL that I'm aware of, but no links to any other resources, either. I'm glad that http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald has those. If you're not happy about having other resources easily available, and you're not happy that there's another website to show case facts,, it's your choice not to visit crimearchives.net or any other website about the MacDonald case. As for your other fixation -- "stealing " documents, anyone with a Pacer account (www.pacer.gov) can download case documents for pennies. Autopsy photos and other documents/photos are also available elsewhere on the 'net. From what I can tell, on www.crimearchives. net, it seems to contain things that can be published by anyone under public domain and/or fair use laws. Did you forget what I've told you over and over again, that works by the Government cannot be copyrighted? Look it up for yourself if you don't believe me, but quit whining about "stealing " when you don't have a clue as to whether or not anyone stole anyting. I know how strongly you feel you have to always have the last word, so I'm sure you'll waste more time trying to argue about which website people should visit. As for me, I'm going to try to be DONE with this subject for now. The bottom line is that if you don't like crimearchives.net, don't go there.  (Jun 1, 2013 | post #7860)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

JTF: I absolutely agree. In the past, MacDonald has asked for and gotten delays quite a few times. When it came to filing his Post-Hearing Memorandum (http://www.crimea rchives.net/1979_m acdonald/court/cou rt.html), he got three extensions, including a ridiculous, final one-day extension, so they could hardly argue with the government's asking for a delay. Regardless, I think this will be a filing worth waiting for. The defense wants Fox to have the "evidence as a whole," and the government's going to give it to him in spades. I have a feeling that the defense team may end up regretting that they insisted on having the "evidence as a whole" heard again. The evidence convicted Mac the first time around and has kept him in prison since 1979, and I don't see anything changing at this late stage.  (May 31, 2013 | post #7857)

JonBenet Ramsey

Jeffrey MacDonald Is Guilty

With all due respect, Christina's site doesn't have the latest May 28 filings, while http://www.crimear chives.net/1979_ma cdonald does, so I'm not sure you should be talking about which site is the most "updated. " I'm not sure why CM hasn't put the latest filings up yet. Maybe because according to her, that would be "stealing " since they're already published on another website? Of course it's not stealing, since they're public documents freely available for anyone to publish, but maybe that's what she thinks. Who knows. Either way, it doesn't really matter. All I care about is seeing case documents wherever they might appear, and I'm glad there's http://www.crimear chives.net has those. In my opinion, when it comes to websites that show the facts of this case, the more the merrier. I'm sure it drives ol' Mac crazy. Too bad, so sad. :)  (May 31, 2013 | post #7856)