Diamond Invictus SP
i'm not wearing any blinders lamb
what the CoS defense team did to joan wood is despicable and detestable and should be given far more attention by critics than it receives. she resigned from her career as a medical examiner a few months later in her fifties and died in her sixties and one suspects she died of a broken heart. CoS conduct is our societal standard in our adversaial system of jurisprudence. i am among those who considers such conduct in court cases inappropriate or those who are committed to religious ideals
but it is a closed case
if you take a look at my writing it's not case closed for me
i'm right here talking about it
if any evidence to support a charge of murder were to arise the case could be reopened
as far as a verdict goes...
there's actually no verdict. the civil case was ended with an undisclosed settlement and the criminal charges were dropped
why would anyone be "outraged over this murder" when there is no evidence to indicate murder
and if you want to be outraged over the wrongful death it is fitting and proper to criticize CoS for it's practices or procedures but if anyone can dispute the statement that using lisa's wrongful death to assault her life's work is a vile and ignoble act...
that person has yet to post on this thread
I just wish to point out for anyone following this thread that here in the State of Florida, there is NO statute of limitations on ANY felony leading to a death.
One doesn't have to bring murder charges in order to re-open this case as was suggested in the post above.