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Nichol Nachtman Is Crazy Assed Crazy.

July 23, 2019

What we have here is failure to communicate.  Unless you have internet and any search engine and you can see Nichol yukking it up with her brother on a visit to jail.  What I know is she killed her stepdad and her real mom because voices duh, her brother finds her hysterical and they are going for an insanity defense.  So basically they got nuthin’ so they have to punt.

Death penalty is off the table (in florida) that is like taking the death penalty off the table in Texas.  What the actual fuck?  Nobody is saying why right yet.  I will keep looking.

Here is a great link for those of you who wish to play the home addition:   https://www.scoopnest.com/s/Nicole%20Nachtman/      Hopefully the  damn thing works word press has really fucked up my jam since I last posted a trial.  Anyway check out the link even if you have to type it  in yourself there are pictures and everything.  It’s a  good source of info.

Everyone now pray to the gods of trials that this be televised.  Or that I win the lottery and am still not on a no fly list and can go to Florida and report from there.

This is gonna be a good one so everyone thank Donna for picking it.  It would have flown right under my radar.

Thank you Donna.

Till next time my lovelies

RBMD peacing the fuck out.

 

 

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I Decided To Go Spelunking And See What I Could Find.

October 25, 2015

Good day everyone.  Your Law Professor/Dean of Fuckery/Doctor of Doctoring/Honorary DVM and Queen of all I survey has been doing a little bit of background on our precious little snowflake Philip Jism.  I had to look under a lot of rocks and at a lot of nasty bugs but I did find a veritable cornucopia of EWWWWWW.

Let us start where all good psychopaths start, at home.  Diana Jism, mom of Beelzebub was asked down to the station in hopes she might know where Colleen Ritzers body was.  She asked if she would require a lawyer and then went on to chat about how much Satan loves soccer and how he had only been in trouble one time in the two whole months he had been at Danvers High School.  At this point she was unaware that he was at the station.  Once she found that out the  first words out of her mouth were “did he hurt somebody?”  She thought it was the Spanish teacher.  Not another student but the Spanish teacher.  She admitted having no idea what her kid was doing between the end of school and when soccer practice started.  The next words out of her mouth and the ones that burn my ass like I ate a jar of hot sauce for dinner were “I do know he is capable of snapping, my son could have snapped, he is capable of that.” 

So, mom of Jism knew she had a rabid dog on her hands, failed to get any kind of intervention for said rabid dog like councelling  or a psychiatrist and sent him off to school every day.  She should need a fucking lawyer.

Moving on to the next rock lets bring out the legal aid attorneys.  I know we talked about who they are but now lets take a look at what they have done so far.   Firstly, I’d like to add the caveat the everyone has a job to do.  ditch diggers dig ditches, garbage men pick up garbage and legal aid attorneys do their best to get their slimball bastard clients off.   You know how in class there is always the top of the class and then that guy that barely makes it through?  Welcome to legal aid.  Thus far they have had his confession tossed as being coerced, they have pleaded Jism not guilty and have tried but failed to have him tried as a juvenile and to have the venue moved.  This is the job they get very  little money to do.  Now, since they are aware they are pretty much screwed they have decided on an insanity defense.  Just to waste some more time.  And money.  Billable hours add up you know.

Rock number 3 brings us to Philip Jism and it was a particularly icky one.  Covered in slime and crawling with bugs.

Jism has been a busy little Psychopath.  Not only did he rape, kill and desecrate the body of Colleen Ritzer, the sweet gentle little snowflake also made time to assault a staff member at the department of youth services in June.  He “allegedly” tried to strangle the woman at the Metro Youth Facility.  He followed her into a bathroom, and assaulted her until co-workers heard her scream and rushed in to help.  Charges are attempted murder by strangulation, assault with intent to murder, kidnapping and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.  My goodness, if I didn’t know any better I’d say our budding your psychopath has a modus operandi.

The insanity defense I am pretty sure came from Jism, the lawyers are just going with it.  All of a sudden, Jism is hearing voices, banging his head off of things and asking officers to shoot him.  I wonder if that would count as assisted suicide and we could just be done with this.

This brings us to now. Jury selection has been halted while we play out this little charade of insanity.  Totally a Judge David Lowy ordered an evaluation which could take up to 20 days. He is being evaluated at the Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital where he is being held in an adult locked unit and has no access to any unsecured areas.

Lead prosecutor Kate MacDougal while rolling her eyes so hard they almost bounced across the room said she expects the exam will find Jism completely competent.  He has a long and storied history of manipulation to get what he wants.

I turned over a lot of rocks.  You’re welcome

RBMD Peacing the Fuck Out

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Let’s Meet The Players In The Chism Trial

October 21, 2015

It is never a bad thing to be somewhat informed before trial commences.

Definitely A Judge David A Lowy
Education: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
B.A. in History, cum laude, 1983
Phi Beta Kappa, Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Society

Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA
J.D., magna cum laude, 1987

Employment and Teaching Experience
-New England School of Law, Boston, MA
Adjunct Professor Evidence, Criminal Procedure, and Criminal Procedure Clinic (September 1991-present)
-Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA
Adjunct Professor Evidence, Criminal Procedure Clinic (1995-present)
-Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Superior Court Department
Associate Justice (August 2001 – present)

Notables on the Chism Case thus far
He ruled that Philip would be tried as an adult.

He denied a motion to seal evidence in the case against Chism, and in doing so issued a ringing defense of the First Amendment and the public’s right to observe the machinery of the justice system in all aspects of its operation.
The proceedings against Chism are in the pretrial phase, with prosecutors and the defense haggling over evidence and making preparations for jury selection. The judge’s decision involved a defense motion to impound a transcript and videotape of Chism’s statement to police on Oct. 23, 2013. In that statement, Chism allegedly confessed to killing Ritzer by slashing her throat with a box cutter.

Chism’s lawyers want to bar prosecutors from using that statement as evidence against him at trial. The defense also filed a motion asking Lowy to impound the transcript, claiming its release would taint the pool of potential jurors.

The Eagle-Tribune and The Salem News, as well as The Boston Globe, filed motions objecting to the sealing of the evidence.

“The presumption is that all proceedings are open and there’s a presumption that exhibits are open as well,” Andover attorney Peter J. Caruso, who represents The Eagle-Tribune, said earlier outside court after filing the objection. “There should be no secret hearing, and there should be no secret documents in a courtroom.”

In his ruling, Lowy agreed, noting that under our common law, the presumption is that judicial records are open to the public. Lowy quoted extensively from prior case law in supporting his ruling.

The Judge has not allowed the confession of the accused stating that it was not clear to him whether or not Chism understood his Miranda rights as read to him.

He has turned down a motion for change of venue requested by the defense team. His most recent ruling was to have the defense turn over the already much argued about interrogation tape due to the fact that he and the state believe that Chism is malingering as far as his supposed mental defects go.

DA’s Kate McDougal and David O’Sullivan

The lead attorney for the prosecution in the Philip Chism trial is well-regarded by colleagues, with extensive experience handling high-profile cases.

Kate MacDougall joined the Essex District Attorney’s office in 2006 as the director of the office’s Family Crimes and Sexual Assault Unit. Prior to that, she was the deputy chief of the child abuse unit for the Middlesex District Attorney’s office.
During her tenure in Essex County, MacDougall has tried numerous high-profile cases, including that of a Salem mother, Kristen LaBrie, convicted in 2011 of the attempted murder of her autistic son Jeremy Fraser by withholding his chemotherapy.

Kate graduated from Northeastern University School of Law and McGill University.
She will be joined by fellow assistant district attorneys Melissa Woodard and David O’Sullivan.

Melissa Woodward is an assistant DA. She attended Northeastern University School of Law
Experience
Deputy Chief, Family Crimes and Sexual Assault Unit
Essex County District Attorney’s Office September 2013 – Present (2 years 2 months)

Assistant District Attorney
Essex County District Attorney’s Office
August 2003 – Present (12 years 3 months)|Salem, Massachusetts

David O’Sullivan is a bit of an enigma. I can tell you he has been practicing for 12 years, is an assistant DA and he is fairly good looking. Hope that helps. I think he may be there to fetch coffee and be a runner since the two ladies seem to have it covered. We shall see.

The We Don’t Have A Defense Team.

Elsie Chandler is giving me a headache and I’m not even sure she actually exists at this point. The only one I can find is in NYC so I’ll have to get back to you on her. Or maybe it’s all part of the insanity defense and she is Jism’s invisible friend. Who fucking knows.

Denise Regan, who actually exists and works on the Chism case is senior trial counsel for the Committee for Public Counsel Services, because Massachusetts is to fancy to say public defender. She’s practiced in Massachusetts for 33 years.

Regan is no stranger to high-profile and emotionally difficult casesThe . She was the attorney for Thomas Mortimer IV, the Winchester man who pleaded guilty in 2012 to murdering his wife, two children and mother-in-law.

On the North Shore, she represented Tanicia Goodwin, a troubled Salem mother of two children she subsequently admitted to trying to kill.

Also on Chism’s defense team are public defenders Susan Oker and John Osler.

The Defense has tapped Dr. Richard D Dudley Jr as their defense expert at to whether our special little snowflake is batshit nuts or just a garden variety malingerer.

Now this dude is no joke and he carries serious weight in the courtroom because he actually tells the truth no matter how much money the defense wants to throw at him. His opinion is going to carry some weight. The good news is that even the people that in his opinion were completely fucked up during the commission of the crime, got convicted anyway.

Juries do not like the insanity defense, that is just a fact.

Of course there are going to be more as this progresses. The State has not announced their expert(s) yet, and we all know how legal teams change. I’ll try and keep it as up to date as I can.

We did get an awesome no nonsense Judge with fills me with glee because there will be no mayweapproachyourhonor. NOT GONNA HAPPEN!!

Works Cited
Eagle Tribune

That’s it for tonight
RBMD peacing the fuck out.

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Mama Speaks-Some Questions & Answers about #281129

May 19, 2015

I’m beginning to wonder if I am the only one who is still trying to “come to terms” with the Travis Alexander Murder Trial? (Did you see what I did there?  “TRAVIS ALEXANDER MURDER TRIAL”?).  I am still wanting to accept the act of senseless murder, arrest, conviction and sentence…to make some SENSE of it all.  “Nothing happens without a reason”…and I need to TRY to understand the REASONS that something so heinous actually happened in our society. 

I remember, as a child watching TV that Lucy & Ricky slept in twin beds, to show that they actually slept in the SAME bed was just TOO much for our puritanical society.  As an older teen, I remember being EMBARASSED when a Tampax commercial was broadcast, and we were in “mixed company”.  I suppose that those things inured me to what was to come; Viagra commercials, catheter commercials, commercials asking if your colon is healthy, bladder control commercials and the ever present “Take Beano, and there will be no gas!”…I think I could have lived my life without knowing about Viagra, catheters, colon-cleanse, Poise Pads, Depends and Beano.  Really.  It just feels like TMI…(Too Much Information)

As a young LADY, I had several pair of white gloves, two or three hats (one just for “pretty” the other to keep the sun off my face), and I wore DRESSES…DUNGAREES (aka: jeans) were for when you were out working in the barn, or out among the brambles, picking berries!  I remember being appalled when Gramma told me that she had sewn a pair of trousers to wear…and she was going to wear them to TOWN!  I guess that was to prepare me for the day I was given a good look at my daughter-in-law’s “tramp stamp”…which prepared me for her “short shorts” which revealed yet another tattoo on her shaved “mouse”.  I didn’t WANT to see those things (and now I need Eye Bleach) but her mother seemed to forget to teach her the “keep your knees together when you sit down” rule….actually, her mother didn’t teach her a LOT of things!

I was reminded of all these things when Sandy Arias said “I guess the one thing we forgot to teach her was how to walk away from an abusive relationship.” Actually, Mrs. Arias, there is a LOT more that you didn’t teach your daughter!  (teaching “knees together” was another…and I’m going to need BRAIN BLEACH after seeing SOME of those gynecological photos of Inmate 281129!  I’ve seen more MODEST photos in HUSTLER!”)

Well, we really AREN’T done with Inmate 281129…sadly, she just won’t go away and never be heard from again…So….what’s next for our Princess? What has she been up to?

What she APPEARS to be doing now…is piling up some cash to appeal…so…thanks to the money-grubbers…here are some FAQS about her appeal fund…and some appeal facts…(thanks to some other site fishing for dollars)…

My back and hips have been killing me…I don’t know if it’s the weather, or that I’m just overdue for my RFL.  I’m scheduled for shots in both my hips next week…and then the RFL in 3 weeks (L4-5)…and then some shots in  my T-area in six weeks…being old ISNT for pussies!

I didn’t get a chance to chat with our Queen over the last few days…but, I can tell you that she is doing fine, and she will be back with us very soon.  She has the greatest news!  I can’t help but spill a few beans…she has been spending a lot of quality time with her son…and I’m so happy for them both! I remember when my son was the same age, and that’s when we really became friends and “compadres”…so, please keep both of them in your prayers and send them all the good wishes they truly deserve!  I hope every day they share together is more special than the day before!

And, for each if you special ladies, I know that Kelly loves you all…as I do.  They things you share here, your thoughts, feelings, care, concern and love have made you special to Kelly and to me!

I’ll be back again soon…if Kelly doesn’t beat me to it!

MamaVia 


ALLABOUT #281129s LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

WHAT IS THE LEGAL DEFENSE FUND?

A1: The Legal Defense Fund is an irrevocable gift trust into which money is deposited as a donation (or gift) for the express purpose of paying for the legal fees associated with appealing Jodi Arias’s wrongful conviction. These fees may include attorney retainers, investigator retainers, experts, mitigation, and court filing fees.

Q2: DON’T THE ARIZONA TAXPAYERS HAVE TO PAY FOR JODI’S APPEALS?

A2: Since Jodi was sentenced to life imprisonment, not death, taxpayers will fund very little. She will be assigned a public defender for her direct appeal, and if her conviction is upheld (nearly all convictions are upheld on direct appeal), then post-conviction relief (PCR) proceedings begin. Few appellants are granted a hearing at the PCR stage, and of those few, fewer still ever manage to get their convictions overturned. If the public defender can manage to get Jodi a hearing during PCR, she will be back in the same courtroom with the same trial judge and the same prosecutor. Only the public defender will be new (and thus at a disadvantage). The Honorable Sherry Stephens will be the one deciding whether to uphold Jodi’s conviction. Arizona taxpayers will not pay for anything beyond PCR proceedings. If her conviction is upheld, Jodi and her public defender will part ways, and Jodi will go back to prison for the rest of her life – unless the Legal Defense Fund has enough money to hire a private attorney to pursue further appeals on both the state and the federal level.

Q3: IS THE TRUST MONEY VULNERABLE TO CONFISCATION BY THE ALEXANDERS OR THE STATE?

A3: No. The Alexander-family attorney has publicly announced to the media that the Alexanders will be suing Jodi. A wrongful-death lawsuit is a vehicle by which the Alexanders will seek to get as much money as they can from Jodi. The money in the Legal Defense Fund does not belong to Jodi. The trust is not in her name, she does not control it, and she does not have access to it.

In the state of Arizona, attorneys for the state may also try to take any money from Jodi. But again, the Legal Defense Fund does not contain any money belonging to her.

The trust was carefully structured so that the funds may only be distributed for the purposes for which it was created – legal defense and appellate costs. The money cannot be taken out for any other reason, including restitution.

Q4: CAN I GET MY MONEY BACK?

A4: No. The trust is irrevocable, meaning that once money is put into it, it can never be taken out except for the purposes for which the trust was established (legal defense and appellate costs).

Q5: CAN I WRITE OFF MY CONTRIBUTION ON MY TAXES?

A5: No. Any contribution to a gift trust is considered a gift and is not tax-deductible.

Q6: HOW MUCH NEEDS TO BE RAISED?

A6: Most attorneys’ retainers for a case like Jodi’s are $250,000. The figure of $150,000 has been mentioned, but that is a typical retainer for a case like Jodi’s before conviction, when trial preparation and trial itself are the two overarching factors that drive up the legal bill. Now, however, added to that is the appeals process, which involves extensive legal research, motion writing, and additional investigation.

Q7: HOW MUCH HAS BEEN RAISED SO FAR?

A7: Regular updates will be announced in this website. This will be a rounded-off figure representing what is in the fund and is not exact to the penny.

Q8: WHY ISN’T THE BANK THAT HOLDS THE TRUST ACCOUNT LISTED ON THIS SITE?

A8: Initially, the financial institution and account number were listed on this site, but so many phone calls were received that it became a distraction to the bank employees. So this information was removed. Please note that many organizations which collect donations, such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Feed the Children, and American Red Cross, do not provide their bank information either.

Q9: WHAT HAPPENS TO THE MONEY IF APPEALS ARE NOT PURSUED OR IF THERE IS MONEY LEFT OVER AFTERWARD?

A9: First, appeals will be pursued. Second, given that Jodi’s legal defense fees cost taxpayers over $2 million the first time around, it is unlikely that there will be any money in the fund remaining. However, on the off-chance that there is, it will be split down the middle and given to two nonprofit organizations. One helps disabled children, and one is a no-kill animal sanctuary. These instructions are built into the trust.

Q10: WHY AREN’T THE CHARITIES MENTIONED ABOVE NAMED ON THIS SITE?

A10: For the same reason bank information is not listed: The nonprofit charities are not named here to protect them from undue attention. In the event that any monies from the Legal Defense Fund are donated to these charities, their identities and the donation amounts will then be announced on this website.

Q11: WHO IS THE TRUSTEE?

A11: The trustee is Sue Allen Halterman, Jodi’s aunt. She had an attorney structure the trust so that not even she may use any of the funds for herself. Despite both her attorney and her tax consultant’s advising her to take a monthly trustee fee from the trust, she refused this option. In the event that she no longer wishes to be trustee, successor trustees are in place.

Q12: WHO IS OFFERING TO MATCH THE DONATIONS DURING THE PERIOD OF THE GIFT-MATCH CAMPAIGN?

A12. The donor matching the donations wishes to remain anonymous. All donations to the JAA Appellate Fund are confidential, and names of donors are not made public.

Q14: IS THE JAA APPELLATE FUND SITE JUSTICE4JODI.COM ASSOCIATED WITH THE SITE CALLED JUSTICE4JODIARIAS.COM?

A14: No! As Jodi’s parents explain in the video, the only official website for making donations to the JAA Appellate Fund is justice4jodi.com. Any other website, Facebook page or group purporting to be official is not.

Q15: CAN I WRITE JODI A LETTER?

A15: Yes! Jodi loves to receive letters. Send your letters to:

Lumley Unit
Jodi Arias #281129
PO BOX 3300
Goodyear, AZ 85395


ADD ON:  the following is the transcription of the letter that inmate #281129 sent to supporters on 5/24/15.  I couldn’t seem to get the actual picture of the letter to post…(operator error, I’m sure)…so enjoy the special bonus communique!



#281129 has a new attorney…the appeal lawyer has been named – Representing Arias is Tennie B. Martin with Joseph T. Maziarz for the State.

INMATE 281129 LETTER TO SUPPORTERS DATED 4/25/2015


Here is the original letter #281129 got out to her supporters, the transcription follows!


4/25/2015

Hi everyone! I hope all is well. I’m getting settled in, but I’m still being processed. The day I arrived, everyone was professional and efficient. My mom said I look tired in my DOC photo. someone else said I look sad. I was neither. What happened was they told me where to stand and where to look at the cam), right then someone flipped on three bright halogen lights. It was like trying to stare at the Sun! Or God. Lol. I was trying hard not to squint too much. ( now I understand why Debbie Milke was squinting in her DOC photo – nothing prepares the eyes for that flood of brightness). Then I was taken to CDU (Complex Detention Unit) and placed on “watch” (suicide watch, that is). Not for “mental health” reasons, I was told, since I wasn’t suicidal, but for “security reasons”, whatever that means. After a week, I was brought over to Lumley. I was not put in Debbie’s old cell. Lots of people thought so. Even I thought that was where I was going. I’m a few doors down. My cell is not blue, as many have thought (further validation that you just can’t trust the media). My cell is freshly painted – white walls, grey desk and shelving, unfinished concrete floor. Still smells like paint. New in other words. It feels clean.

This place is teaming with little animals. Lots of different birds and prairie dogs ( at least that’s what everyone calls them) running around. The prairie dogs are ADORABLE. They look like a cross between a squirrel & a gofer (sp). I saw one take off w/a chunk of bologna the other day! (Yep, there is bologna here!) I also saw some officers dropping poisonous pellets in their dens (frown emoticon). Population control, I guess.

I won’t go on too much about the food. It’s a MAJOR improvement from my last location. Everyone says how awful the food at MCSO is. I didn’t think so; it’s just bland. My only complaint was that it’s not sustainable for long-term inmates. It was all sugar and starch (which is soon to be sugar) in the morning. I called it “the diabetes-inducing diet”. At night, we were served lots of soy protein (which Arpaio thanks is healthy but which studies show otherwise). I’m glad to now have a healthier, more wholesome, well-rounded diet.

I’m currently segregated. Still, I’ve seen many familiar faces since arriving. Having been at Estrella for 6.5 years, I’ve seen many people go before me. Everyone’s been kind, respectful and warm.
I’ve gotten some interesting feedback on my sentencing, most of it very supportive, even congratulatory. The general consensus (that I’m getting) is that people are glad I stuck up for myself. One girl said I have “lady balls” (LOL). One guy said what I said was “way overboard”. I’m sure it made some of my friends uncomfortable, and maybe even disappointed some of you. Well that wasn’t my intention, I have to say, I only wish I would have said MORE , not less. For example, I wish I would have stuck up for Juror 17 after you-know-who threw her under the bus, because we all know that there was not just one tainted juror – there were ELEVEN. I owe my life to #17 and the least I could have done was stick up for her. But much of what I said was on the fly. It wasn’t prepared. I had only intended to apologize and declare my own commitment to pay restitution. (Even though I wasn’t the one who forced everyone to trial – twice. No, of course I wasn’t going to say that part.) But Bryce was right about what he posted later that day. My statement was not an appeal for leniency. God himself could have parted the heavens and commanded the judge to be lenient – she would have disobeyed him. So, after two trials with a corrupt prosecutor, then having to listen to more lies and distortions and facts from the TA camp at sentencing – well, my high tolerance for B.S. had simply reached its maximum capacity. I consulted with my legal team; they gave their blessing. They said, “Do it. You know she’s going to give you natural life today. You have nothing to lose.” so I spoke my mind. Like I said, my only regret is that I didn’t say more.

If you wrote a letter to the judge, thank you! It’s probably not something one does very often. The judge took 10 minutes to read, what, almost 30 letters? – which doesn’t include the 75 feet or so of travel time from the bench to chambers and back. I’ve gotten lots of mail, I’m not able to buy envelopes/paper yet, so don’t give up on me if you don’t hear back for a little while. I don’t know how long they’ll keep me in limbo. If you wrote the first week, & I received it, you’ll be getting a mini note from me.

Thank you all so much. I’m really not worthy. Your love/support/friendship is precious to me. Deep, deep gratitude for each of you – JODI ARIAS 

P. S. Lots of people have written expressing concern about sending photos and putting me over my limit. Don’t worry about that. Let me manage my photos. Send away!


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