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    Yesterday, 02:16 AM
    It's relevant because the guy who they are claiming murdered the doctor and his family, they have text messages, GPS locations, materials used to kill them with his fingerprints, it's actually quite amazing how much evidence they have if it weren't so suspicious at the same time, but from the outside it looks like an open and shut case. One thing that threw me off was apparently he paid for an internet psychic and told the internet psychic he did something very bad and asked if he would get away with it. That sounds fake to me, that sounds like they were trying to slip in some solid evidence that was an admission of guilt. Defendant claims that they hacked all his shit, explained what the materials he bought were actually for, and the reason he did it is because he had invented a perpetual energy creating device and cured cancer and the feds wanted both him and this other natural doctor out of the picture. It would be hard to believe if you haven't seen all of the other stuff that was previously posted in the thread that seems to show this guy was in fact connected and an enemy of the federal government. I don't know if I believe his story, but if I were an honest Prosecutor I would have asked him if he could bring his machine in to demonstrate, and if I were the Judge I would have allowed it. They went so far as to try and debunk his energy machine by saying during a previous demonstration it was hooked up to a car battery - he said the battery was used to get the machine going. They also said there was a wire that went outside of the room, he said that wire went to lights outside to power. Ok, so let's bring it in and figure it out once and for all? It seems they could have cleared it all up in court, but they did not. They ended up finding him guilty, it was a bench trial.
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    Yesterday, 02:09 AM
    This is a good example of a "bad take"
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    11-25-2021, 07:17 PM
    https://www.independent.com/2021/11/24/pierre-haobsh-found-guilty-in-han-family-murders/ Pierre Haobsh Found Guilty in Han Family Murders Mountain of Evidence Too Much for Judge Brian Hill to Ignore in Grisly Crime Pierre Haobsh was found guilty on all charges Wednesday by Judge Brian Hill in the triple-homicide case that prosecutors called “one of the most unspeakable horrors and murders” in Santa Barbara history. In the juryless bench trial, Judge Hill rendered a guilty verdict on each of the three counts of felony first-degree murder, also finding that the severity of each crime called for all applicable enhacements, including special allegations for murder for financial gain, multiple murders, and lying in wait.
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    11-25-2021, 03:55 PM
    If anybody has a membership at Timcast, you can watch the third hour of the interview with Peter Navarro from the former Trump admin (economic adviser I believe, the only one to make it all the way through the campaign and the entire first term). He discusses weaponized covid, the vaccines (which were intended to be for those in high risk categories, not a silver bullet). The therapeutics were supposed to be what was going to take this thing out, or help us live with it, including monoclonal antibodies, HCQ, ivermectin.. but the FDA and deep state blocked them every step of the way. Also discusses election fraud and some other topics in that third hour. The first two hours are available on youtube, but they don't discuss these topics that are foreboden on youtube.
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    11-25-2021, 01:15 AM
    This is pretty telling.
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    11-25-2021, 01:11 AM
    Do we know when he said that? We heard him yelling "STOP!!" several times on the 911 call while Arbery was fighting him for his gun, then things kinda get quiet and muffled. Is it possible he put the phone down and said that then? It would make sense that the son didn't hear him say it at that point during the scuffle, but probably not while they were driving around in the truck. I am extremely skeptical that he said that when they were just trying to ask him politely to stop.
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    11-25-2021, 12:53 AM
    It was felony murder, which carries the same sentence but isn't the same thing as first degree murder. Travis also got Malice, which makes no sense to me at all.. But for felony murder, they are saying that they committed false imprisonment, which is a felony, thus Arbery had the right to defend himself from them, which lead to his death, thus they committed a felony that lead to murder (felony murder). However it was based on the judge's misinterpretation of the citizen's arrest statute, which Andrew Branca explained so exquisitely in the Tim Pool video I posted above (Timcast IRL w/ Branca and Posobiec) Here it is again since we're on a new page, It starts at 43 min:
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    11-25-2021, 12:28 AM
    I predicted they would be guilty as well, in part from watching Nate and Viva et al... because I watched the trial and saw what the Judge said about the statute and how the panel was reacting. They are looking at it from a purely legal perspective, not moral or anything like that. However in the video I posted, Branca went over the statute. It's two lines, and he showed with absolute certainty that the judge read it wrong, which means there is a good chance another judge may overturn the conviction. I think if he had a discussion on this with Viva, he would probably agree as well. Branca has been on the Rekeita panel before on the Rittenhouse trial.
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    11-25-2021, 12:25 AM
    Were those other kids caught on video multiple times casing the place late at night? Apparently the cops were going around showing photos of Arbery to the neighbors and asking for their help if they saw him.
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    11-25-2021, 12:24 AM
    Pretty sure that never happened. (edit: posted more about this below.. #392, still kinda skeptical)
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    11-25-2021, 12:23 AM
    Trespassing with the intent to steal is a felony. Based on his pattern of casing the place late at night, it is reasonable to presume that was his intention.
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    11-25-2021, 12:22 AM
    Do you have a source for that? Besides Al Sharpton? I think you got fake newsd.. (Edit: commented below in Post #392)
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    11-25-2021, 12:20 AM
    It was a timcast IRL, he had Andrew Branca on, as well as Jack Posobiec. Here is Branca's website: https://lawofselfdefense.com/ Branca said everything I have been thinking..
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    11-24-2021, 09:21 PM
    Nope. I was saying the dude in the vehicle who recorded it did whatever he did while driving because Arbery was reaching for the door handles. That was his testimony. He didn't have to say anything about it, that was information he gave police on his own accord. Travis was out of the truck, standing there, as Arbery ran toward him from hundreds of yards away. He had 350 degrees of other directions to run, but he runs straight at him, then around the right side of the truck. The reason why Travis went a couple feet closer to the truck was because he cut over and ran right next to the truck, he wanted to make sure he didn't get into the truck and drive off, he didn't know what this guy was going to do. Obviously the truck wasn't locked, the father was up on the truck bed. Did you even watch the video? Fortunately I have been vindicated in all of this. Andrew Branca is a self defense legal expert, sat through almost all of the entire trial and has been on Rekeita streams. The Rekeita streams have been a bit frustrating, they seem to be focused on the law portion and nothing else. They were excellent on Kyle Rittenhouse, and helpful in understanding this case as well.. but it wasn't until I saw Andrew Branca discuss this on Tim Pool's show tonight that I have seen a legal expert, a legal expert in self-defense no less, pretty much reciting a lot of my posts here word for word.. Looks like they get into the Arbery case at 43 minute mark, but the beginning is well worth watching as well.
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    11-24-2021, 06:58 PM
    bump cuz if true wow..
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    11-24-2021, 06:57 PM
    You will probably be interested in this thread... updated earlier today. The last post is a doozy. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?492816-Another-Alternative-Doctor-and-Family-Murdered-Santa-Barbara
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    11-24-2021, 06:49 PM
    That's 96% of 18-29 year olds think cannabis should be legal, at least for medical purposes.. that's pretty close to unanimous. Of those who think it should be illegal for recreation, I would bet the vast majority think it should be legal to possess, certainly not a jailable offense.
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    11-24-2021, 04:30 PM
    He looked like he was going about 10 mph or so.. see when the camera pans up. Pretty sure if it was intentional he would have been going faster. I also don't see brake lights on that video. I know I've seen a video of the incident with brake lights..
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    11-24-2021, 04:28 PM
    His brake lights were on and he was slowing down, until somebody hit his car with some kind of baton or stick and people were yelling at him. Then he took his foot off the brakes, I do not believe he accelerated. Like I said, the crowd was building, so it probably looked like he could get through, he saw the car in front of him get through and thought he could too, but the car in front ended up getting stuck in the crowd, and he couldn't see the car there when he went through the crowd. I'm not sure he should be found totally innocent, but I do have a strong feeling that he was lost, was trying to get out of there and ended up going down that street, saw some cars that were seemingly able to get through the intersection, attempted himself, then when his car was attacked he probably did legitimately fear for his life.
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    11-24-2021, 03:42 PM
    Just ask them if they support slavery. They will say "no" Then you say, ok, what do slaveowners do? Don't they steal the labor from their slaves? So what's the difference between a thief and a slave owner, anyway?
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    11-24-2021, 02:48 PM
    I would bet a bitcoin that none of those thoughts about what Arbery's "rights" were or were not crossed Arbery's mind while this was occurring. He's a criminal, he doesn't care about the laws. Pretty sure he was trying to think of what he could do to not to be arrested by the police. All they needed was one of the McMichaels to happen to be outside and see Arbery leave the house, and they could have successfully argued their case. Instead their neighbor saw it and signaled to them, it was obvious what had just happened, and based on the totality of evidence from everything prior I as a juror would have argued they still had probable cause. The law as written is meant for single instances. For example, someone sees a black guy in your neighborhood running away and assume they just broke in somewhere. Can't initiate citizens arrest. Or, you saw a guy commit a felony a month ago, now you see him walking down the street. Maybe he's already been arrested and cleared, or bailed out, etc, etc.. can't initiate citizen's arrest. However.. you have a guy on video multiple times over weeks/months, you have an altercation with him at the house, then later you see him running away from the house and the neighbor who did see him leave signals you.. any reasonable person I think can allow for probable cause in this situation based on the totality. I think the jury could have done that themselves, but it would have been outside the law as written.
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    11-24-2021, 02:33 PM
    Arbery had no reason to believe his life was being threatened, they already had a chance to shoot him and they did not. He knew they were trying to hold him there until police arrived, and he would not have that. The reason the law decided the way it did is because their probable cause for citizens arrest had extinguished (from an incident that had happened prior), therefore they were attempting false imprisonment and at that point they lose the ability to claim self defense. It was a technicality. He was just in the house, but the McMichaels did not personally see him come out, the neighbor let them know. As far as them being racist... I don't get that. It is possible, but there is no indication from the case whatsoever. They didn't chase him because he was a black guy running away, they actually knew of him from the camera footage and the son had previous altercations with him in person in the neighborhood.
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    11-24-2021, 01:49 PM
    This case literally fell apart on a technicality. The defense argued the entire case that their right to execute a citizen's arrest while the suspect is fleeing was based on probable cause from an incident a week or so before. Pretty much right before closing arguments, the Judge was asked to interpret the statute and he claimed that their right to execute a citizen's arrest on a feeling suspect is extinguished after the suspect flees.. when EXACTLY the the extinguish occurs is up for debate, but the Judge made it pretty clear that the by the next day it is extinguished. The defense basically argued their entire case that they were guilty based on this interpretation of the law. The day of the event, they did not witness Arbery come out of the house, their neighbor did.. he even got it on video. They could have argued that they had probable cause for felony if they had actually seen him exit the house, because they could have argued he had intent to steal even if he did not.. but they saw him run by, and the neighbor pointed down the street indicating that he was getting away.
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    11-24-2021, 01:14 PM
    The son Travis got Malice Murder and Felony Murder, technically felony murder is not first degree, but it is at the same level as first degree because you committed the felony to get there so in that sense it is premeditated. The father was not guilty on Malice Murder, but got Felony Murder. The guy who took the video was not guilty on malice murder, not guilty on one of the felony murder charges, guilty on other felony murder charges.
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    11-24-2021, 01:09 PM
    He was following another car trying to get through the intersection, it wasn't a blocked street, he was lost driving in circles because so many streets were blocked. It was a crowd in the process of gathering. You can also see his brake lights going up to the crowd, then some guy hit his car with a stick and they were yelling at him so he thought they were going to attack him and couldn't go back.. but when he hit the crowd and pinned people between him and the car in front that had gone through a portion of the crowd, he realized reverse was the only option. I still contend if he was doing this on purpose, he would have been going faster, and not using his brakes. I would also contend he wouldn't have shit his pants in fear. Nobody can know for sure, it just doesn't make sense to me the way the media presented it.
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    11-24-2021, 12:53 PM
    It's a good verdict according to the law, the jury decided the case based on the Judge's interpretation of Georgia law. There was a lot of disagreement on the wording. I don't think the verdict is good as far as protection of property and individual rights go. They had probable cause to believe he had committed a felony and was terrorizing their neighborhood. The whole extinguishing clause makes sense in some circumstances, but not this one so much.
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