sexta-feira, 23 de junho de 2017

Qatar's neighbors issue steep list of demands to end crisis

Qatar's neighbors issue steep list of demands to end crisis

JOSH LEDERMAN,Associated Press 8 hours ago
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Derek Jeter’s playing career may be over, but he’s still looking for better teammates. The former New York Yankees legend has been in pursuit of the Miami Marlins for weeks, but he lacks the money necessary to close the deal, according to the Associated Press.
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Jeter met with both Major League Baseball and Marlins officials to discuss the possible sale on Thursday, and told them he needed more time to gather cash from his investors, according to the report. His group reportedly bid about $1.3 billion for the franchise.
Jeter’s pursuit of the Marlins has hit some snags the past few months. He initially teamed up with former Florida governor Jeb Bush to buy the team, but Bush left the group during a power struggle with Jeter. Bush reportedly had about $20 million invested. While that sounds like a lot of money, it was not considered a huge impediment to Jeter continuing his quest of owning the Marlins.
On top of that, it’s believed another group, one led by Tagg Romney and Tom Glavine, submitted a similar bid. That’s likely going to put some pressure on Jeter to succeed. If he can’t gather up money soon, the Romney/Glavine group could come away with the team.
Derek Jeter still needs some more money if he wants the Marlins. (AP Photo)
Derek Jeter still needs some more money if he wants the Marlins. (AP)
The benefits of Jeter owning a franchise are fairly obvious. For years, he was considered the face of the baseball. Getting him back involved, even as an owner, would be good for the game. People like Jeter. People might actually care about the Marlins if he buys them.
Commissioner Rob Manfred realizes as much. While Manfred has said MLB is considering every group, he’s hasn’t exactly shied away from praising Jeter. During a June interview, Manfred described himself as a “huge fan of Derek, professionally and personally.”
Jeter might be running out of time, though. In that same interview, Manfred expressed a desire “get some clarity” before the trade deadline. He wants to make sure new ownership has a say in the team’s moves at that point. If that’s still the goal, Jeter has a little over a month to gather up the required cash to get it done.
You would think MLB will give him that chance. No one is saying it publicly, but it sure seems like Jeter’s group is preferred over the competition.
Either way, it looks like the Marlins are going to be sold. If Jeter can’t manage to get the money needed to secure the winning bid, the team will likely go to the group led by Romney and Glavine.
It might be harder to sell that to casual fans who loved Jeter during his career, but the league is going to benefit from any sale, especially at that price.
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    • Some good news today. Poor kid has suffered greatly because of overzealous prosecution and law enforcement. The rights of the less well off and intellectually compromised should not be trampled on anywhere ever. I hope he sues and gives them a reason to think next time they want to railroad folks just cause they can.
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    • It is so obvious that the county set Steve up to nullify the $40 million he was awarded. The one juror who was excused due to illness heard one of the jurors speak about what she had read in the papers and how the victim was raped. There was never any testimony to that. The blood was planted. The car keys miraculously turned up after a SECOND search of the bedroom. Give me a break. I'm waiting for the next presentation of the series.
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    • This young boy was railroaded through an exhaustive "interview" process in which he was told he could "go home" if he just said he committed the crime. The prosecutors prosecuting this case are the ones who should be prosecuted.
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    • Ever notice prosecutors will never admit they are wrong. Need to change laws that prevents prosecutors from being sued when they crapola like this BS.
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    • I seen the Netflix doc. and I truly felt horrible to my soul for both him and his uncle. I will never understand how anyone could have thought or even agreed to a GUILTY verdict. I am sorry Teresa had to lose her life and we will never know what happen, but to throw 2 people away, that clearly are NOT guilty is F**ken crazy to me in this day and age.
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    • This entire case was a fiasco. If you truly watched and paid attention to what happened you would clearly be able to see that these men have no place in prison. They were both the victims of a corrupt county and system. Hopefully, Brendan can have some sort of normal life after all of this. Now justice needs to be done for Steve so that he can enjoy what little bit of his life he has left. The icing on the cake would be to see Ken Kratz put in their place seeing as how he was the leader of the witch hunt that ruined them.
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    • We have a couple of major problems that can and should be fixed now in our court system. 1st no one should be allowed to make or be offer a plea bargain deal before there charges are tried by a jury of there peers .our court system bullies mainly the poor and uneducated,many of which are innocent ,into pleading guilty because they are told that no one will believe them or they cant afford legal representation many are coerced into a false confession. 2nd promotions of court officials should not be evaluated by the number of convictions nor by there peers ,its just one dog scratching another dogs back , but should be reviewed by the general public called to serve in the same way juries are chosen. they should be judged on a scale of are they doing justice for the community and are the accused being justly tried and a just sentence imposed on the guilty .many prosecutors aren't interested in what is justice only what the score card says to there favor . honestly all of america is astonished at many of the sentences given for minor offences, as well as some of the light sentences given for some of the most serious violent crimes ,and are the poor being judged by the same rule and punishment as the privileged 3rd and probably one of the biggest problems is un privatising the jail and prison system anytime the all mighty dollar is the motive you will have abuse and corruption and in america the prison and jail system has exploded in the last twenty years and as long as the corporate prison owners make campaign donations and back room deals for money our politicians are guaranteeing the prisons stay filled,AMERICA HOME OF THE LARGEST PRISION POPULATION ON THE PLANET.
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    • They tell you not to ever lie to law enforcement. Meanwhile law enforcement lies to you constantly. Even in a country with laws and rights, they are useless when the people in charge are corrupt liars.
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    • Ken Kratz - The Wisconsin prosecutor who convicted Steven Avery, the subject of the blockbuster documentary Making a Murderer, bragged about his role in the controversial case to impress women he wanted to date and was accused multiple times of abusing his official position to coerce women into sexual conversations and acts, according to documents obtained by Newsweek.
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    • Not one shred of physical evidence, only an illegally coerced confession from the most corrupt law enforcement department in the country! #Crooked Manitowoc Way Past Time for Brandon to go home!!
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    • It was a travesty of justice that the boy was questioned by police without a parent or lawyer present AND that judges allowed it as admissible evidence in his trial and appeals. He should sue them for time lost and (unlike his uncle) get the hell out of Manitowac County.
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    • The Attorney General cannot be seriously thinking about retrying that poor #$%$ kid. There are some serious ethical problems in the Wisconsin legal system.
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    • Its so funny how the system work hard to keep the innocent behind bars and let the monster ones out.
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    • And so it should be. That poor kid was completely taken advantage of and coerced into confessing to a horrible crime he didn't take any part in. He deserves his freedom after sitting in prison for so long. I hope he's reunited with his family soon. I haven't even finished Making a Murderer yet but watching Brendan's part of the story broke my heart. He was an innocent kid who was preyed on because he was so very easily manipulated.
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    • If he is innocent why on earth did yahoo choose this picture of him in cuffs to run under the headline? Yahoo is getting as bad as the huffington poop.
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    • I am a former Private Investigator. I have seen the same exact corruption within police departments and prosecutors offices in several cases I worked.
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    • Never thought for a second the kid had anything to do with it. I was amazed after watching the show at how the system played this 16 year old. Shame on us for thinking this is how we get justice.10 years in jail and now they say his testimony was coerced when the whole world saw it 10 years ago????
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    • This happens to poor minority kids every day and no one cares.
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    • Understand something here people. This overturned conviction isn't the court saying Dassey is innocent. Far from it. The courts decision is based on the premise of Dassey's confession being coerced. The state can re-try him, without the confession as evidence. Do some research. If you've only seen that crapfest they called a documentary, you don't know half the story. The physical evidence points to Avery and Dassey. Without a doubt. I live in Manitowoc county, and followed this case live. The amount of evidence left out and misreporting that film is bordering on criminal. Think I'm wrong? Try this: search "vacutainer" online, and see what you find. That's just to start.
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    • Steven Avery and his nephew really got screwed by the Cops and Prosecutors. If Life was like the Movies, the "Equaliser" would arrive on the scene and even the odds.
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    • I am surprise the court didn't mention also Brendan's "public defender". Just because of his actions I think is enough to overturn. And this lawyer should not be allowed to practice law.
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    • No one is worried if the guy is innocent or not. The most important thing to the prosecutor is to win the case for your own career.
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    • Praise the Lord! Finally this poor kid obtained justice. Best of luck for him
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    • I don't know the intimate details of this case, but from what I do know I thought this kid may have gotten a bad wrap. As such, good to hear his conviction was overturned.
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    • what a bunch of ignorant losers. Just because he is mentally challenged and had bad or no role models that does not change the fact he aided in murder, the evidence was there even without the confession. So now we have a mentally challenged sociopath back on the streets due to he is ignorant and young when he helped murder some one.
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    • I have followed the case and watched the documentary. In my opinion, the documentary is biased and omits key details to make you think they are innocent. Whether they are guilty or not is completely up for debate, but learn all of the facts before you form your opinion, and not just from the documentary itself. The Netflix series leaves out Avery's DNA (from sweaty hands) that was found in Teresa's car, even though he said he never touched it. And I doubt the Manitowoc Police had a vial of Avery's sweat in their possession for that purpose. The documentary also leaves out the fact that Teresa and Steven knew eachother because she had been to his property before and that he specifically requested her that last time she came to take pictures. And I'm sure everyone knows by now how Avery likes to dabble in dousing cats in gasoline and throwing them into bonfires; so they didn't bother to include that in the documentary either.
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    • Too bad that the Attorney Grneral won't just admit that the police used Teresa's death as a way to get back at Steven for winning so much money and making the entire county look like shxt. This Attorney General doesn't give a fxck about her family. He cares about his reputation. And if keeping a mentally deficient young man with the intelligence of a 12 year old in prison is what it takes to do that, he is willing to do it. What a loser.
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    • Good for him. If the state wants to retry his case, they will lose the second time around. Number one, there are two many people who know about this case and have seen the series. Number two, Dassey has good lawyers this time around. I feel for the Halbach family, I really do. But if they want justice, they should want the right person behind bars and not some innocent kid. Granted he's not a kid anymore, but he was. I'm glad the judges were able to confirm and uphold the fact that this kid was railroaded into a false confession. The cops and prosecution should feel like garbage for what they did. I don't know how any person with common sense could see that interrogation video and think this kid actually committed this crime. The reason he was convicted in the first place, is because the full length of his interrogation was NOT shown during his trial. The prosecution picked about a 5 minute segment out of HOURS of footage.
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    • When are we going to pass a law that states children under 18 may not be questioned without an attorney or guardian present? When are we going to pass a law that states people with a mental disadvantage may not be questioned without representation? When are we going to pass a law that states children under 18 can not be tried and convicted as adults? When are we going to pass a law that states children may not be housed with adults? Children do not understand their Miranda Rights. Children do not have the ability to withstand an officer's threat and pressure. Children do not understand the ramifications of a crime. Children are just that, children. Take a look at our country's history over the last 30 years. We have convicted and imprisoned children as adults. We have allowed, who knows how many children, to be questioned by and lied to by police and prosecutors. We have convicted the mentally disadvantaged knowing they don't understand our justice system nor why they are charged or what they have done. We have unjustly imprisoned children who were coerced by police to make guilty statements. Our justice system needs to be cleaned up. Our justice system needs to be fair to all. All these problems and I have not even mentioned the fact that if one has money, one will be better represented. If one has money and/or white, one will be treated with more respect. Hell, we let a killer go loose because his parents money impaired his ability to make good decisions and choices. And people wonder why I taught my children to be quite and ask for an attorney and myself if they are ever questioned by police.
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    • It's highly disturbing to see people base their opinions on a severely flawed tv show instead of actually looking at the facts themselves. I agree with the court's decision, this kid was not in a place where he could legally give a confession, and as a result that never should have been a part of any potential prosecution. That said, anyone who can look at the FACTS of the case—not some BS television show that conveniently leaves out large sections of important information—can see that Avery is UNQUESTIONABLY guilty. There is no possibility that police "planted" all of the evidence, some of which Avery himself has admitted to and some of which he has no defense for. This kid never should have been tried with that illegitimate confession, but Avery is without a doubt, guilty.
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    • Despite all our brashness about equality in justice, it is perfectly legal for a policeman to lie to you (even make promises and deals he won't or even can't keep - he is doing the lying for the prosecution attorneys who legally can't lie to you or they face disbarment haha) yet if you lie to the policeman it is a serious and imprisonable offence. That didn't lead to justice for this literally poor and intellectually challenged kid; See what they did in the Sommer's "murder case." Disgusting ego-driven prosecution and nobody is investigating who "spiked" Todd's organs because it had to be a "Marine." http://www.murderpedia.org/female.S/s/sommer-cynthia.htm
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    • Once again, I cannot stress it enough, how happy I am that Dassey's nightmare may be about to end. This was a conviction that never should have occurred. The "confession" should NOT have been called that at all, but instead, quite simply put, a coercion. Those investigators need to have something similar occur to one of their children, as far as being "guided" to say what they wanted to hear, and not accepting anything else unless and until they heard it. Dassey "confessed" so he could go back to school for his afternoon classes, which is what he was led to believe would happen. That "boy" was no more guilty of her murder, than am I.
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    • Don't be fooled people, Dassey is a psychopath and he was involved in helping his creepy uncle Steven Avery lure, kidnap, torture, rape (they are probably necros), and murder Teresa Halbach. Both Avery and Dassey are where they belong in prison. NOBODY was 'railroaded' in either of these trials as both of these men did kidnap, rape, torture, and murder Teresa Halbach and justice was served. The Netflix series was biased and left out tons of facts and if you actually look at all of the evidence presented in both trials you will see that both Avery and Dassey did murder Teresa Halbach. There are innocent people in prison or jail but Avery and Dassey are not them.
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    • After watching the Netflix documentary I came to the conclusion that although I believe Steven Avery is guilty of murdering Teresa Halbach how could anyone find him guilty under our legal system? With the obvious evidence tampering there is no way a rational person could get over the beyond a reasonable doubt threshold. Avery is guilty and Dassey to a lesser degree but under out legal system them should be exonerated.
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    • I have a friend who is a lawyer. He has stated that you should NEVER believe police promises - their job is to gather evidence for the prosecutor's office - police will promise anything to get a verbal indication of guilt.
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    • Anyone who doubts the power of propaganda should take a look at how people's opinions of this case were molded by a film. A one sided film that painted law enforcement and prosecutors as the bad guys, and cold blooded rapists and murderers as the victims. The same principles of propaganda can get an obviously unqualified, utterly contemptible, and corrupt person elected to the highest office of the land.
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    • Lots of posts about the prosecutors not caring about right or wrong. Unfortunately that is what this country/world is when it comes to the law nowadays. Even if the defense knows your guilty they will do everything in their power to get you off. Prosecutors have the same mindset but in reverse. It's not really about who is actually guilty or innocent, it's how the lawyers can convince the jury to believe them.
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    • My predictions about this entire fiasco are coming true. A cop reads her license plate number off a vehicle 3 days before they actually find the vehicle. Total set up. I hope all these law enforcement officials and prosecutors get what's coming to them.
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    • Overturning the conviction does not mean the kid is innocent. It simply means that his due process was violated, so in this case the system is attempting to correct an initial wrong. It will be a difficult case to re-prosecute because a lot of the previous evidence will likely not be accepted (again due to procedural violations). It will be interesting to see what new evidence the prosecutors will present this time around.
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    • The prosecution as well as law enforcement can use such tactics to convict you...that's common knowledge. That three judge panel knows that.
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    • Coming soon, the sequel, "Unmaking a Murderer". Why don't we let the media and documentary producers try all of our cases? We only have to tell them which outcome we want and it will be manufactured for us.
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    • If his testimony is deemed "involuntary" which sounds like coerced can that be used in an appeal for Steven Avery?
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    • Dumas juries are a big part of the problem. I can make any kid confess to anything in a few hours if he does not have a lawyer or parent at the interrogation.
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    • What if Steven Avery happens to throw a monkey wrench at Brandon Dassey by saying he physically participated in the murder?
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    • As a Trump supporter I am glad this dumb white kid is being released but I would be furious about this if he were black or Mexican.
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    • In 90 days the state may choose to retry. What a joke! Good luck finding an impartial jury. This case has been brought to light in the public eye that lines have been drawn in the sand now. People can easily lie to get on the jury just to make sure the defendant is either found guilty or not.
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    • Let's just hope that 10 years in prison hasn't turned this young man into an actual criminal.
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    • The prosecutor should go to jail for what he did to this poor kid.
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    • This is great news. I am so glad he is free. Now they need to overturn Steve Avery's conviction. I cannot believe the corruption in that legal system. I cannot believe the district attorney, really believes this kid is guilty!!
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    • Amazing news and about damn time! So sad how he has sat in jail so long over this. I hope he can enjoy the rest of his life with his family, and hopefully they move the hell out of Wisconsin!
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    • We have a system where prosecutors MUST prove guilty...luckily we have many laws in place to protect citizens from these overzealous guardians of our safety...apparently these laws were broken.
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    • I hope he doesn't move back to his hometown. The cops will just set him up for something else and he'll end up back in jail. The only thing that he's guilty of is being mentally deficient.
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    • He murdered her end of story. Death penalty. And prosecutors no more promises. That's a slap in the face to honest law abiding Americans.
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    • He most likely is guilty. Do not take netflex as accurate. It was biased and made to make money. That being said, this guy's rights were trampled on by law enfotcement
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    • I hope he leaves the state as soon as he is released. The crooked cops in his town will do everything possible to set him up again, just out of spite.
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    • I always thought how they got his confession was shady as hell. I am glad that their family, who has been through the ringer, is finally getting some good news!
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    • Is it not the most American thing you've ever heard that if not for a Netflix special no one would have ever known about this poor kid and what the "justice" system did to him?
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    • Wow, this was done during the barack administration, so then they released actual felons back to do felon things but because this kid was white he was not helped.
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    • Just wonderful. A piece of garbage will be free thanks to Netflix and some liberal idiot judges.
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    • This is a sad case. I wonder how many innocent minority prisoners are in prison? because no one made a netflex movie out of their case no one will ever want to review their cases. Minority minors are thrown in adult prisons everyday, no one seems to care about them. I guess a white kid killing someone is worth a movie, but for a young underage minority person it's just another day in our justice system.
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    • If anyone watched the documentary, it was obvious the police were telling this kid what to say and how to draw out the crime scene. You could tell the kid did not have the normal intelligence of a 16 year old and he was going to go along with whatever anyone told him.
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    • I don't know the extent of his guilt here. Don't know the case that well. But this is a tired old story - cops and prosecutors doing whatever they can to sway a case in their favor. Who knows how many thousands or millions have rotted in jails, innocent of the crime for which they were convicted while the real skum roam free - sometimes in uniform.
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    • Teresa Halbach 4862 days not breathing and still counting. Not too much sympathy for his short time in prison. It's sad when you think it's a great day because a murderer might go free. Your sense of right and wrong is badly damaged. I know this is your five minutes of fame and all, but still.....
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    • change of venue!!! don't know how either one could get a fair trial in the court. totally unfair... NO evidence to support either conviction. What a travesty of justice for both defendants. DA, judge etc., involved in the first trial should be PUT IN PRISON! Enough of this BS.
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    • Good for them. The poor kid had the IQ of a typical black so he shouldn't be held responsible for his actions.
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    • to everyone who thinks this is a just decision: lets let sensationalized tv shows that care nothing for the facts make all of our decisions, not informed juries who have actually listened to testimony.
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    • The officer in the photo looks like the murder's father.
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    • Moral of the story: murder someone in cold blood, confess, go to jail, then talk some cheesy TV cable show into featuring you so you can walk free.
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    • The majority of replies on here are painfully laughable to get through. What a torture reading comments from a bunch of people who cannot form an intelligent thought. Thank you America for that great education you have bestowed upon these Morons
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    • What are the details? Another feminist who angered men to the point of killing her most likely. These feminazi's just can learn. Therefore the killing will continue. Smart men avoid them like the Ebola virous in the first place and find a foreign wife.
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    • It took a show to get justice to kick-off. But there won't be true justice until law enforcement and the prosecutors involved are penalized....not just in this case but in many cases where they convict someone just for a bonus.
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    • The netflix show was incredibly BIAS... and her is fact, the deceased females remains WERE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY OF HIS UNCLE.. and he admitted to helping the skum bag uncle kill and burn her in a fire pit. It's nice to see how BIAS media shows can brainwash the weakest minded snowflakes. This whole family is skum.... and the victim is still DEAD

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        • And of course that is the only way for remains to be there. As for his 'confession'? Give me a break. I watched them coach this mentally handicapped boy through the confession. You say the show is biased? True enough. So are the cops and prosecutors. The show opened several questions, like two cops not supposed to be involved finding keys on search 3.
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        • Harry, that property is SOOO big that ANYONE could have put that car and her remains there. If you read the transcripts of the WHOLE trial, her car was spotted miles away from that property and the EX boyfriend doesn't have an alibi. Stop trying to blame everything on a documentary that was shown to let everyone in the country know that the Manitowoc POLICE, Attorney's and Judge were the bias ones.
      
      



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    • WOW , so he confessed ....to something he did not do ????? MAYBE someone should make TV shows about all the rest of the ...INNOCENT SOULS ...in the prisons ?? BUT ..." The original ruling was upheld by a three-judge panel, Dassey's lawyer Laura Nirider confirmed to ABC News. "What better way to join Twitter than to announce some very good news: Victory in Brendan #Dassey appeal. Thank God. #MakingaMurderer," she tweeted." ....make it so they have to live with their LAWYERS for a few years when released !
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    • I think it's disgusting they are letting this man out. He obviously had some sort of hand in what happened. Whether it was killing her or burning the body. You liberals have lost your damn minds.
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    • so now sensationalized TV is making decisions as to who is guilty and who is not. if you can get a one-sided story that serves the interest of the media, you and commit murder and walk free. maybe Depp isn't so looney.
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    • He knew what he was doing and there is no reason to release him he was apart of this murder as well and should rot in hell for it with his uncle.
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    • So, is everyone celebrating an accomplish being released on a technicality or is the kid actually innocent of all wrong doing ?
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    • Hope he gets out!! He isn't guilty, and the investigators were so wrong - he needs strong mental health help!!
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    • Sad part is he's a long ways away from being released. But when he gets out, sue the living #$%$ out of them. Also, he should leave the state and have an alibi at all times so they don't set him up like people think they did to SA.
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    • Good. Dude clearly didn't belong in prison.
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    • That kid was so NOT GUILTY!! It makes a shame of our justice system that the DA's office does not just admit fault!
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    • they act like that whole clan is innocent - someone in that family killed that woman!!!
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    • Good! We've all known this for years, I don't know why it took this long for them to overturn it. Poor kid.
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    • Hard to believe you people have been convinced this man didn't murder this woman based on a Netflix show
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    • I hope Brendan is compensated for his railroaded incarceration
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    • Can the Judges then tell everyone how one should be questioned to make it valid to their eyes?
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    • Good. They never told his parents or gave him the right to a lawyer.
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    • i dont know it sounds suspicious god did say my friends were a witch i dont trust these people or believe there innocent
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    • this little pig was guilty as sin. but he gets his own t v show and a lot of liberal do gooders feel sorry for him. You don't hear any remorse for the victim here.
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    • once a murderer ALWAYS a murderer he will kill again ,then that blood will be on the judges hands
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    • This is an awful injustice to that poor woman. He may not be Einstein, but I have no doubt he helped murder and rape that woman. FFS! Retry, him. I would send him to the chair with his uncle stapled to him.
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    • with this case the Court system is having evil and heartless people, they take advantage of the authority they have for there benefit, it is so so sad
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    • This kid is going to be rich, because he's intellectually challenged ( See - Poor parenting)
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    • Improperly obtained???? you know how many killers liberals have helped to get off over the years? All because of technicalities...
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    • People still forget that someone was murdered and someone had to do it, think suicide was ruled out long ago.
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    • I love how people say .... you fools watched a show ( net flix ) and think Brandon should be freed due to the coercion. I guess the judge saw the same show. I guess you were wrong. Yes it was coercion and yes the prosecution blew the case by corrupt officials. Now I hope Brendan sues for not just 36 million but 136 million.... bankrupt the whole lying filthy corrupt county out of extinction.
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    • He gets out and get them where it hurts, in the pocket book... i can't believe this happened the way it did. so many "intelligent" professionals allowed this and played along with it...
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    • So, a murderer gets off. Let us rejoice. You pathetic people.... The only questions to answer, does this guy know right from wrong. If he does, he should die in prison, or with a needle in his arm.
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    • This poor kid has no skills to make it in the real world. What they did to him is beyond wrong. I would be worried that he will end up back in jail from lack of job skills....or social skills for that matter.
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    • Yeah Brandon....now let's put Johnny Depp in his place in jail!
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    • the American Justice system is a complete joke ran by crooks and evil people....karma will have the last word on all our souls
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    • WHO ARE THE WASHINGTON DC POLICE HIDING IN THE CONTRACT MURDER OF SETH RICH??? WHO WILL THEY RAILROAD (like this young man) AND LET HILLARY CLINTON OFF THE HOOK FOR HAVING Mr. RICH MURDERED????
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    • Yet Law Enforcement in WASHINGTON DC REFUSES TO TRY AND SOLVE SETH RICH's MURDER and the Lap Top Computer THEY "MISPLACED"....TO LET HILLARY CLINTON GET AWAY WITH MURDER!!!!
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    • I want to see trial dates set for Ken Kratz and Len Kachinsky now
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    • www.noremedyinlaw.com judges/appeals courts above all laws. NO RULE OF LAW

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