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    • HerNameIsBuffy

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      29 minutes ago, Kayleigh83 said:

      I don’t see a mention about her advising Jim Bob to buy a bigger house, so I don’t know if that’s untrue, or if it was left out of the reports. The only reason I could think of why a publication might not include that detail, would be that the topic at hand is Josh and his behaviour. Possibly including a detail like that could be a sticky area legally since it’s more like hearsay about Jim Bob and his negligence and bad parenting, than accepted facts about Josh and his crimes? Maybe some more legally informed folks could weigh in on that….

       

      The youtube channel I mentioned, Emily D Baker wasn't reading news reports, she was going off the court transcripts and showed them on the screen.  There was nothing in there about a bigger house.  If it was said it wasn't said in court on Monday for pretrial.

    • G33kywife

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      Just now, Idlewild said:

      Did the judge say the whole trial is likely to be done and dusted by mid next week? If so, there aren’t going to be many defence witnesses if you include closing statements in that estimate. Any  defence expert is likely to be a lengthy testimony as would Josh himself. 

      I think I read that it’s expected to go to jury deliberation by mid week. I don’t know how quickly sentencing happens after the jury returns a verdict though. But potentially Josh could be behind bars by this time next week!

    • Idlewild

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      Did the judge say the whole trial is likely to be done and dusted by mid next week? If so, there aren’t going to be many defence witnesses if you include closing statements in that estimate. Any  defence expert is likely to be a lengthy testimony as would Josh himself. 

    • G33kywife

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      5 minutes ago, formergothardite said:

      The Sun reports every boring thing. If that statement was said then they would have reported it. None of the other people there that day said anything about such a statement being made on Monday or on Friday. 

      Why would they play a video or read her statements when she is going to be called to testify in just a couple days? It makes no sense. 
       

      This case needs absolutely no embellishments or just making stuff up. If the person reporting that is doing that then they aren’t reliable. 

      It sounds like the person thought Bobye was going to testify and dramatically made stuff up based on what was said Monday and then had to keep trying to dig themselves out of a hole when she didn’t testify and what they said didn’t come close to matching what was taking place. That is more logical than everyone else forgetting to mention the shocking testimony. Maybe this person had insider knowledge that she spilled too soon and freaked out because it was obvious the reporting did line up to what was said? Who knows, but we do know the person didn’t accurately report what took place. 

      I messaged one of the admins for the group with my concerns and asked if the woman was verified at all. We’ll see. 

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