Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Difficult to get answers when there's a gag order in place....

Whose records are being subpoenaed for the case of Fr. Eric's murder? - John Chiv/Words Worth

People don't back down, continuance granted, but Bullock trial set for March 2 - John Chiv/Words Worth

...While Judge Feeney did grant the defense motion to continue ghe jury trial for Bullock from January 26, Mr. Andrew Issac who is prosecuting this case with Md. Eads vigorously objected to Mr. Cockrum's date of March 20 or further delays....

Check back at Words Worth for updates - John often updates posts after court closes.

5 comments:

  1. If this guy walks or gets put in an institution for the insane this town will lose it's faith in the already iffy judicial system.. he won't plea guilty even though all evidence shows he killed and tortured Father Freed a,pillar of the community a good man
    He deserves to be shackled on the courthouse lawn for a week so the public can express their hatred for this most evil of men, then sentenced to death.

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  2. Drew Isaac, vigorously objecting. It's a whole new world.

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  3. Drew is a top notch attorney who will bring justice for the Freed family.

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    1. It is not justice for the Freed family. I do not say this to mimize their loss. The family reached out to me when they were here for the funeral and we have kept in touch since then. They have said themselves that in many ways, the parishioners and other friends who saw Fr. Eric daily are more like his family.

      We may not be able to speak at the end of the trial but this loss is more than just about the Freed family.

      I was impressed with Mr. Isaac yesterday and look forward to seeing him get justice for Fr. Eric, his family which includes all who cared about him, and knew him. Many of us who worked and saw Fr. Eric daily.

      So try and be a little sensitive. This is not a case for us like it maybe to you. Stop using the comment section to rally your cause.

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  4. I am very glad to hear Andrew isaac is going to be handling this case.

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