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  • ken hale said: CretanBull said: ken hale said: I don't know if it's the case with this one, but sometimes these true-crime docs are produced with such a biased perspective that I don't even want to watch them anymore.  I got tha…
  • I realize that to a lot of people Bernie suddenly appeared on the scene, stole some thunder and is resented for it.  I don't live in America and didn't take party in any of the primaries so I really can't comment on the behaviour of some of his supp…
  • ken hale said: I don't know if it's the case with this one, but sometimes these true-crime docs are produced with such a biased perspective that I don't even want to watch them anymore.  I got that impression listening to the serial podcast, …
  • Doctor_Nick said: Here’s a good short hand for the case.  These two things are both true: 1. Jay is a lying POS who was party to a brutal murder for no good reason.  2. Adnan is involved up to his eyeballs.  This is pretty subjective, but…
  • gguenot said: CretanBull said: gguenot said: Yea I have a hard time finding any counter evidence. I’m eager to if it exists because I want to believe in as many true things as possible  How often has it been discussed on Seria…
  • Read Hae's letter, and consider the implications of what she's saying. The first part is clear - she's broken up with him but he isn't taking it well.  He isn't accepting it.  She wanted to make it easy for both of them, but he wasn't getting the …
  • gguenot said: Yea I have a hard time finding any counter evidence. I’m eager to if it exists because I want to believe in as many true things as possible  How often has it been discussed on Serial, Undisclosed or this new show that Hae &…
  • sbench2 said: CretanBull said: DoubleA_Ron said: Dee said: One of my friends is obsessed with Rabia’s podcast, and will take any opportunity to bang on forever about how she came to believe Adnan was innocent after listen…
  • DoubleA_Ron said: Dee said: One of my friends is obsessed with Rabia’s podcast, and will take any opportunity to bang on forever about how she came to believe Adnan was innocent after listening to it, no matter how many times I bluntly…
  • gguenot said: I’m on the Jay-did-it-train. Unless I haven’t seen some of the evidence presented, all of the witness testimony given from information given by Jay. No one besides Jay actually saw a body in a trunk. Jay story constantly changes…
  • Dee said: Isn’t Rabia Chaudry one of the producers of this show? Obviously she isn’t going to have anything in there that points to Adnan.  The first two episodes have been a 'greatest hits' compilation of her podcast.
  • Dee said: This kid is a deadset Aussie legend.  https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-16/fraser-anning-egged-in-melbourne-while-speaking-to-media/10908650 Love him, but couldn't it have been a brick?
  • tom_g said: CeciliaM said: CretanBull said: Mass shooting of Muslims in New Zealand, at least 49 dead, carried out by Trump supporters.  I support Bernie Sanders (first person to dismissively call me a 'bro' gets an internet pun…
  • Mass shooting of Muslims in New Zealand, at least 49 dead, carried out by Trump supporters.  I support Bernie Sanders (first person to dismissively call me a 'bro' gets an internet punch in the head!) but whoever you end up with, please for the love…
  • Dee said: Hunkulese said: Dee said: Wow, Canadanian political scandals are almost as boring as Australian political scandals!  Our Prime Minister may have grabbed someone's butt 18 years ago. Is that exciting? I’m excited …
  • ^Yup, no laws broken - just the perception of impropriety (which matters IMO).
  • ^ That's it in a nutshell.  I'd only add that there's another layer of impropriety give that SNC-Lavalin is closely tied to the Liberal Party, so there's the impression (probably true) that the Liberals are looking out for their own.  The implicatio…
  • I just noticed this now...will reply later tonight when I'm at home.  In short, it's a pretty lame scandal.
  • I don't think that there was any foresight at all (strangulations almost never are).  I think he reacted in a moment of rage.  As for privacy, it likely happened in the Best Buy parking lot that the two of them routinely went to specifically because…
  • To spiral a whole other conversation, I thought that Avery was guilty AF from the get-go.  I think that his nephew is also guilty, but really feel like his rights were trampled on and probably didn't get a fair trial.
  • GredalBee said: I don't remember much Jenn/Jay stuff other than some weird dating triangle and a he said/she said confession.  We'll see how the details unfold in the upcoming weeks. The issue for me isn't that a person can hold on to a narr…
  • Doctor_Nick said: Furthermore what Jenn and Jay were doing with the police is bizarre- if Adnan doesn’t know anything, why are they coming forward at all, trying to frame him?  Did they know he didn’t have an alibi somehow? This point gets…
  • ^ I'm not saying this cynically, but it looks like he's gearing up for a Presidential run.
  • Does Buffalo have any chance of convincing a good player to move to Buffalo?
  • I got halfway through the first episode and had to turn it off.  Not that it was bad or anything, but it became a really hard watch.  I've mentioned before that years ago I had to work with pedophiles, the one thing that you don't internalize - even…
  • asmallcat said: CretanBull said: Doctor_Nick said: While I loved seeing faces to finally put to names, it was gross. Reading her diary, having Adnan defining the relationship and telling us about her sexual abuse was a bad choic…
  • Sorry, it was a long night and I'm just getting home now.  Read through this, not just the comments by posters but check out the linked sources and scans of the original documents.  In short, this whole cover fax isn't the smoking gun that the defen…
  • lengmo said: CretanBull said: Edit:  A quick google (I'm on my phone and not at home):  "AT&T tech has confirmed that the document in question (the cover letter) only applied to the activity report in regards to voicemails and not…
  • lengmo said: Doctor_Nick said: Neither of these is true. Old style cell phone  cell site evidence like this has been used many times in court. The AT&T disclaimer applies to what happens to voicemail routing. In any case there were…
  • This is extremely anecdotal, but... I'm very far to the left, a 'bleeding heart' liberal, my degree is in criminology, I'm well versed in false convictions, understand the legal bias against people of colour (especially Muslims at the time of this i…