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2013-11-16 11:08:16 PM
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2013-11-16 11:23:59 PM
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R.I.P. EVIL DICK
 
2013-11-16 11:35:30 PM
Goofus tries to pin his sex crimes on his brother. Gallant takes the fall because family is more important than anything.
 
2013-11-16 11:45:04 PM
assual?
 
2013-11-17 12:07:38 AM
Skippy?
 
2013-11-17 12:09:59 AM
Wow is that going to make family picnics awkward
 
2013-11-17 12:10:21 AM

toddalmighty: assual?


With a deadly peper.


/shoot me now
 
2013-11-17 12:11:37 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.
 
2013-11-17 12:13:29 AM
fta Aaron Lucas' attorneys say an unidentified third man is responsible for the Colorado assaults.

3 guys with the same DNA? You really need to stop with all the cousin dating, Colorado.
 
2013-11-17 12:18:56 AM
Will Colorado arrest and charge the "evil twin" when and if he shows up to testify?
 
2013-11-17 12:22:47 AM

Fart_Machine: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.


coursesite.uhcl.edu
 
2013-11-17 12:24:31 AM
"I have never seen it, ever," she said. "The only time I have seen it was on 'Law and Order: SVU,'" the television show.

Well, thanks for that clarification.
 
2013-11-17 12:27:51 AM
Seems pretty easy for the prosecution. Prove that the twin you know didn't do it couldn't have been in the same places as the rapes happened.
 
2013-11-17 12:28:30 AM
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2013-11-17 12:32:20 AM
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2013-11-17 12:36:42 AM
That's a pretty sauve move.
 
2013-11-17 12:41:23 AM
"Judge allows evidence" is rather unusual for a sexual assault trial.  Surprising actually.
 
2013-11-17 12:42:39 AM
Sexual assault, Subby?
Me thinks you mean RAPE!

Semen = collected biological material.

/Hopefully they tested the DNA down to one person, as opposed to the current low cost method of 30 people will be dragged in and the one who confesses or has no alibi is the guilty one.
//Inbreeding is a real bugger and twins is so much derp.
 
2013-11-17 12:42:40 AM

ongbok: Seems pretty easy for the prosecution. Prove that the twin you know didn't do it couldn't have been in the same places as the rapes happened.


What if some of the rapes could've only been committed by twin A, and the rest by twin B?  Huh, smart guy, what about that?  That is where L&O SVU would've tossed in the towel and not arrest either one.  Why, I don't know, maybe because not arresting both for the premeditated murder with the idea that if the cops can't prove which twin left the theatre and which one stayed, seems like a reasonable solution.

Whereas in real life, if both were involved they both go to jail.

/I still can't believe the SVU cops just decided not to arrest two kids for a murder because police work is tough
//I get what happened to them was messed up, but giving them a free pass on murder just doesn't sound right
 
2013-11-17 12:43:12 AM
put them both in jail one of them will talk.
 
2013-11-17 12:46:24 AM
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2013-11-17 12:52:56 AM
So the theory he wants to sell to the jury is that he had nothing to do with the assaults in Colorado, and his identical twin brother definitely did the other ones?

thepoliticalcarnival.net
 
2013-11-17 12:58:36 AM

jtown: Fart_Machine: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.


There it is.
 
2013-11-17 01:01:10 AM
Colorado Springs?  The Florida of the Rockies.
 
2013-11-17 01:10:36 AM
The only good news here is his dick move will show the jury what a sack of shiat they're dealing w/ - not only a bad officer but a bad brother; he can't be trusted not to sell out anyone he can and I hope he rots in prison.
 
2013-11-17 01:10:41 AM
Actually, there was a sort of "evil twin" case, when Jeen Young Han tried to murder her sister Sunny Han. Jeen was the evil twin and Sunny was the good twin; but that wasn't the defense. Which was too bad, in a way.
 
2013-11-17 01:16:28 AM
I just read another story similar to this today. One of the biological twin brother's ex wife was killed. I was sidetracked with college football, but it seems neither was indicted because prosecutors could not prove a case.
 
2013-11-17 01:22:06 AM
Dammit, I always tell people I'm the evil twin
 
2013-11-17 01:33:58 AM
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2013-11-17 01:38:07 AM
Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.
 
2013-11-17 01:40:45 AM
Evil twin? I thought it was a one-armed man. Maybe it's a one-armed evil twin with a goatee.

/or maybe they both did it
 
2013-11-17 01:42:34 AM
 
2013-11-17 01:48:55 AM

OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.


Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.
 
2013-11-17 01:50:48 AM

99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.


But has it happened in real life that we know of?  It's possible someone is sitting in jail this moment because of "irrefutable dna evidence".
 
2013-11-17 01:54:02 AM

jtown: Fart_Machine: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.

[coursesite.uhcl.edu image 550x432]


static3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-11-17 01:54:11 AM

jtown: Fart_Machine: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.

[coursesite.uhcl.edu image 550x432]


Came for this.....

/satisfied

//i291.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-17 02:01:20 AM

99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.


Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.
 
2013-11-17 02:15:47 AM

OgreMagi: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

But has it happened in real life that we know of?  It's possible someone is sitting in jail this moment because of "irrefutable dna evidence".


Sorry, meant to respond to your post instead of my own. But I agree, many people are locked away because of inadequate defense and trumped up evidence. Clear the desk of the prosecutor and go on to next case. Just another little gold star for them. Most I have seen in big or small communities are power hungry pricks, but not all. But this being America, at least we have appellate systems...not that they work, but at least we have them.
 
2013-11-17 02:21:56 AM

99.998er: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.


What about Matlock, people forget about Matlock
 
2013-11-17 02:24:54 AM

Revek: put them both in jail one of them will talk.


Or if they both shut the fark up, they both go clear

Don't incriminate yourself and readonable doubt wins out.
 
2013-11-17 02:28:37 AM

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this is the darkest timeline
 
2013-11-17 02:29:39 AM

ongbok: 99.998er: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.

What about Matlock, people forget about Matlock


Naw, I would take one of those John Grisham attorneys.
 
2013-11-17 02:31:16 AM

99.998er: ongbok: 99.998er: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.

What about Matlock, people forget about Matlock

Naw, I would take one of those John Grisham attorneys.


I don't know. Matlock was a motherfarker. Only to be topped by that "Murder She Wrote" woman.
 
2013-11-17 02:37:30 AM

ongbok: 99.998er: ongbok: 99.998er: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.

What about Matlock, people forget about Matlock

Naw, I would take one of those John Grisham attorneys.

I don't know. Matlock was a motherfarker. Only to be topped by that "Murder She Wrote" woman.


Get with to man, seersucker was actually never in style. "Murder She Wrote" was just an author, never one to trust your life on.
 
2013-11-17 02:49:51 AM

99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.


www.womanaroundtown.com
 
2013-11-17 02:53:29 AM

99.998er: ongbok: 99.998er: ongbok: 99.998er: 99.998er: OgreMagi: Seems reasonable.  Now the prosecutor needs to figure out which one was in both of those states at the right times, or if one of them has solid alibi for the time of one of the crimes.

I'm still waiting for when someone plants someone else's dna evidence at a crime scene.  It could be something as simple as a few strands of hair in the right place.  DNA evidence should never be the only evidence used to convict.  If that's the case, it will be far too easy to set someone up.

Waiting? You do not think that has been done? Geeze, I remember an old Perry Mason when somebody planted a cocktail glass and cigarette butt with somebody else's fingerprints.

Yes, pretty much the point. Not many on death row can afford Perry Mason and Paul Drake. Seems pretty easy to railroad a derelict if you really were intent on killing your spouse, business partner, or anybody else if you were clever enough.

What about Matlock, people forget about Matlock

Naw, I would take one of those John Grisham attorneys.

I don't know. Matlock was a motherfarker. Only to be topped by that "Murder She Wrote" woman.

Get with to man, seersucker was actually never in style. "Murder She Wrote" was just an author, never one to trust your life on.


Munch would get to the bottom of it all. All anyone needs is John Munch.
 
2013-11-17 03:10:37 AM
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2013-11-17 03:25:22 AM
There was a murder case involving identical twins a few years ago. The police had DNA evidence that matched the twins (which both had the same DNA) from the crime scene. Both of the twins were slime balls so the police went ahead and arrested them both. A judge later ruled that the police had probable cause to arrest both twins because of the DNA evidence, despite the fact that one of them clearly didn't do it. This was bizarre to me because it gave the police cause to arrest somebody that they know didn't commit a crime (and one who did). I don't know what ever happened with the case but I sure found it interesting.
 
2013-11-17 03:38:24 AM

armor helix: There was a murder case involving identical twins a few years ago. The police had DNA evidence that matched the twins (which both had the same DNA) from the crime scene. Both of the twins were slime balls so the police went ahead and arrested them both. A judge later ruled that the police had probable cause to arrest both twins because of the DNA evidence, despite the fact that one of them clearly didn't do it. This was bizarre to me because it gave the police cause to arrest somebody that they know didn't commit a crime (and one who did). I don't know what ever happened with the case but I sure found it interesting.


One of my friends used to work in the DA's office. This is the main reason why he left the DA's office. The DA will order the police to arrest people who they know had nothing to do with a crime, and prosecute them, because the evidence could point to them being guilty and they can get them to take a plea. For the DA it isn't about justice, it's about putting a conviction on their list.
 
2013-11-17 04:30:09 AM

jtown: Fart_Machine: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 640x480]

You can always tell by the Beard of Evil.

[coursesite.uhcl.edu image 550x432]


I was going to ask about evil mirror universie duplicates.

/ I blame any typos on my drunkeness.
 
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