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The Philip Chism Trial Day 5: The Jury Has Excellent Fashion Sense Edition

November 24, 2015

Sorry, my speak and spell is giving me a hard time.

Hello everybody, you defacto law professor/dean of fuckery, doctor of doctoring/ honorary DVM/ and Queen of everything is back with another truly exciting chapter in the Chism trial.

This is day 5 of the Trial.  Day 6 will follow within the next day.

We started out discovering that the Judge was still mad and we still didn’t have a pool camera in the courtroom.  Therefore, I am relying on news reports and tweets from someone that is there.

The student that was on the stand on day 4 is back on the stand for cross by the defense.  This should be absolutely jaw dropping since all the rest of the defenses crosses up to this point have been.

Defense attorney Regan is doing the cross this time and asks if the student recalls Jizzy telling her he’d been to China.  (note to self, start checking unsolved rape/theft/stabbings in China.)  She said she did not so he showed her her statement.  She said that Jizzy was mumbling and that was it for the stunning cross of the witness.  The state decided on redirect and asked how he seemed when they were alone in the classroom and she replied that he seemed fine.

Next up on the student parade was a soccer teammate of Jism’s.  While they were waiting for the witness to be brought in the Judge remarked that this was the best dressed Jury he had ever seen on all his years on the bench.

Ramci Escorcia took the stand.  He said they were friends and played soccer together.  His nickname for Jism was Caco.  Now, Caco has a couple of meanings depending on context.  Shard, improvisational, pieces. I think that the word actually used was cacaor which can mean to fool, to mock, to chaff, to joke again depending on context.  Nether one really seems to fit, but my Portuguese isn’t bad and Caco definitely means what I said.  Anyway, he said Jism was a good soccer player because that matters. He saw him in math class and asked if he would see him at practice but Jism didn’t answer. What was he supposed to say?  No I think instead of soccer practice I’m going to kill Ms. Ritzer, rape her for a while and then dump the body, but hey if I have time I’ll try and get there?  Ramci went to the field and waited for him anyway but he never showed up.  Ramci actually went looking for him on the second floor of the academic wing, saw him and called him by his nickname.  Jism said he’d lost something and Ramci offered to help him look.  Jism said no and then broke into a run.  There was video that we didn’t get to see because of the douche cameraman that fucked it for everybody.  Apparently on the video Jizzy can be seen breaking into a run with a very confused Ramci behind him throwing up his arms.

Ramci saw Jism pulling his portable body disposal unit behind him and again asked him what was going on.  Jism said “nothing, just go to the soccer field.”  At that point Ramci did just that.  Mom of the psychopath showed up after soccer practice and Ramci told her he had seen Jism and that he appeared scared and sweating.  Jeez, I wonder why he’d be scared and sweating when he now had a witness.

Regan was up for the cross exam.  Her cross was all about his demeanor.  She asked if he seemed normal (and we have a winner for newest stupid defense question) to which Ranci answered no.  And with that question Ranci was excused.

Next on the stand is another classmate.  He said that Jism seemed completely normal to him that day. They were supposed to do math worksheets but Jizzy was doodling.

Okay we could do this all day so all the students said he seemed perfectly normal.  No questions from the defense.

Next to the stand was a teacher, Pamela Foss.  Ms. Foss said that Jism originally started college prep courses but switched to honors because apparently the severely mentally ill person was in need of more of a challenge.  She recalled a few short pleasant conversations with him and that he told her he had learned Japanese.  She stated that she and other core subject teachers(I’m going to assume that means maths, sciences, English, history etc because we just call them teachers in Canada) about him missing some homework.  Jism’s mother kept her eyes downcast as the teacher testified.  The last question from the prosecution was about a history test that day.  Ms. Foss stated that he had done very well on the test.

Susan Oker is taking the cross exam for the defense.  She asked about Jizzy being so quiet.  Ms. Foss snarled back that she wouldn’t say that Jism was SO quiet, just quiet like dozens of other students.   Pamela Foss was not the one when it came to the murderer of her friend and the defense realized it immediately.  Oker quickly muttered no more questions and Ms. Foss left the bench.

For whatever reason, the state decided to call police Lt. Michael Holleran.  He  supervises the thing that passes as the crime lab.  He went to the primary crime scene and used The chemical 5-amino-2,3-dihydro-1,4-phthalazinedione, better known as Luminol.  Luminol can detect blood that has been diluted 10,000 times. It is powerful enough to detect blood that has been painted over, blood that has been bleached, basically if there was blood there and there was not a flood, the Luminol will pick it up.  Why am I stunned that this crime lab even knows what Luminol is?

The jury was shown photo’s of the blood that had been washed away but was shown up by the Luminol.  There was also a blood drop that had been missed by the cleaner on one of the rolls of toilet paper.  The state asked him what he did next and he answered that he headed into the woods with lab employees and some troopers.  He saw a disturbance in the leaves and someone announced that there was a toe sticking out of the leaves.  The jury was told how the body was found and pictures of the body were passed around to the jury.  They were apparently quite graphic. Before the jury saw them the Judge told them they were going to be disturbing and they needed to be able to compartmentalize for their own sanity.  While the jury was working on keeping breakfast down as they took a look at the pictures the lawyers were at a sidebar. Judge Lowy mercifully called for the morning break.  He is very concerned for the mental welfare of this jury which speaks volumes about the crime.

Back from the morning recess the cross examination of Holleran got underway. John Osler is doing this cross.  He asked about Jism’s id being found on top of his backpack, the point of which was to show the jury that Jism was not acting rationally.  My thoughts are that A) he didn’t want his id on him if he got picked up and B) he had cash and credit cards off of his victim so it isn’t like he needed it and C) it was on purpose to make it look like an irrational act.

The print guy was next on the prosecution list of witnesses.  Everything that was printed was listed and then something stupid was said.  He said that the usual method for testing for prints is fuming.  Now, fuming is a way to print some stuff, but it is definitely not the usual method anywhere that I am aware of because it is expensive and time consuming.  He then clarified and said they fumed the bin.  That makes much more sense because of the lip on the inside of the lid and things.  They had to build an airtight chamber, fume with superglue and wait.  He did get four really good prints though.  It was on the back part of the lid where someone would hold it to open it.  The trooper photographed it for enlargement to better see the ridge pattern.  It was then run through AFIS .  AFIS stands for Automated Fingerprint Identification System.   AFIS returned a possible on Jism’s middle finger because he’s been saying a big fuck you since this started.  The trooper then had to manually  compared them and they matched.

The officer next explained about the stick (it was a 3ft long 2 and a half pond piece of wood just for clarities sake) and that they decided because it was porous and they could lose other valuable evidence they decided not to print it.

There were no prints found on the boxcutter, so jism obviously wiped it down.

For the defense cross examination they decided that bitching about Jizzy’s prints only being in the system for comparison because he was arrested was better than questioning the methods used to print the items.  Go figure.

The video’s were then played again and court was adjourned until Monday the 23rd.

since  I have not been able to physically see the trial, many thanks to the Boston Globe, the Salem News and Julie Manganis who is live tweeting from the courtroom.  Cameras will be back on Monday hopefully.

That’s it for Day 5 (thank you baby jesus)

RBMD peacing the fuck out.

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The Philip Chism Trial Day 2. Poor Muffin Had A Meltdown Edition

November 17, 2015

Still typing on the computer that Caligula used to name his horse Consul .

Hai everybody. Your Law Professor\doctor of doctoring\honorary dvm\Queen of everything and Dean of Fuckery is back with day two of what could potentially be the never ending Chism Trial.

Before we get started, I’d just like to say that I know there are a ton of trials going on right now and normally I would attempt to touch on them, but until Renae’s situation is resolved I am using all my resources for this trial and Renae. If anyone here is following other trials and you could do a recap that I could post it would be appreciated. I would also like to give Constance a HUGE thank you for all the research she has done for me. There are a couple of things I would have totally missed if she had not caught them.

Today started with Colleen’s mother on the stand. For whatever reason the first half hour was not streamed, my best guess being that she did not want to be seen or heard on the television.

Because our young psychopath  has pled not guilty by reason of insanity, he is sort of obligated to act insane. I am starting to see many parallels between young Jism and it which I will not name. Jizzy is putting on quite the show, I will give him that. I have no doubt he is taking from his Legal Aid bag of douche Ms. Regan.

Stephanie Wennerberg was up on the stand. she has 2.5 years on the force but only 2months at time of murder. She was on the 5pm to 1am shift.  She was dispatched to Danvers \High School on a missing person report.  She took part in a  search at Danvers high school. Searched with several people. found nothing of note at that time. Colleen’s classroom was checked as part of the search. Bathrooms were searched at a later time. First search of academic wing bathrooms yielded nothing. At some point additional information was received and then the perimeter was searched as well as the field to the left of the academic wing.    The woods are adjacent to  the academic wing. During the perimeter search she  found two blue and white underarmour gloves and a black purse wedged between two boulders at the head of the Rail Trail. It was Colleen Ritzer’s bag. Officer Wannabe maintained custody of bag and then began searching to the right of the boulders further into the woods. It  was dark but she had a flashlight. She noticed several discarded items on the ground. A folded piece of paper, a white glove and a torn piece of fabric. All had blood on them. Other teachers were helping her search at that point.  She radio’d in and was instructed by the K9 officer to get everyone away from the potential crime scene which she did.  Other Danvers officers arrived presently.

K9 officer arrived on scene and took control of the scene.  Officer Wannabe being the newest addition to the force got dumpster duty while more senior officers took over the crime scene. After dumpsters, Wannabe was directed to check the second floor bathroom.

The lighting in most of the school is motion activated, so she could not see until the lights activated. She very adamantly stated that it was clear that it had very recently been cleaned and smelled of disinfectant.  The trash was emptied and the toilet seats were up. As she was leaving she noticed a smear that looked sort of like a hand print in blood with streaks running down the doorframe. Captain Ambrose (sic) was informed that something had been found. All personnel began to be careful of what they were saying over the radio’s because why not. This PD reminds  me of Paul Blart Mall Cop and all of his cousins. But not in a good way.

The defense was up and had obviously come to the same conclusion I have. The smudge (handprint) was found right near the door handle which is not even close to waist high as officer Wannabe had stated.  There was also what the defense called blood spatter found near the bottom of a dividing wall, but it looks like cast off to me.  Defense is pounding that this is all the blood that was found in the bathroom. She already said the bathroom had been cleaned, but not by whom? If Jizm did it, it is further proof that he had all his faculties about him, and if the cleaning staff did it, they immediately need to be fired because they did a really shitty cleaning job. Oh and they didn’t report the several pints of blood that would have been all over the place. Next we got to see more evidentiary pictures. Items found by Wannabe, who stated that they were covered in blood. She was asked twice by the defense if she touched anything and she said no.  Well, the white glove was definitely NOT covered in blood on the side you could see in the picture.  The paper definitely had blood on it, but again not covered in blood.  The piece of cloth that was found, now that was fairly blood soaked.   Thank all the powers that be that officer I have no idea what I’m saying didn’t find the body.

Justin Ellenton was the  k9 officer who responded to the scene. He has been K9 for 8 yrs. Falco was the officer dog partnered with Justin.  Falco was always with him because he was his partner. Falco has mad skills.  He is trained to track human sent, find evidence, bodies, drugs, protection work ie apprehension or intervention. He will only bite on specific commands. Falco had been used earlier that night looking for missing student Philip chism. It took about 3 minutes to get to the scene where they met with Wannerberg. She was instructed to bring the found bag to Falco. Falco was shown the bag and put in the down position, commanded to track and he began to search. We are up to exhibit 40 already and it is only an hour and a half into day two. There was a gully and then woods. Thorns, pricker bushes, grade was flat and then inclined.  Falco led them to the middle of the slope and up into the opening of what is known as the orchards. Falco, the only cop on site apparently, took Ellenton to the two boulders.  Officer Falco pulled to the left and alerted that he had found something. The new lead detective had found a purple bag in plain sight and there were leaves over the rest of the items. No items were touched or moved. k9 locates only. Detective Falco was removed and told to get back to work.  Falco pulled the guy holding the leash into the woods and to the left. He pulled strongly to the top of a rise. The guy with the leash  had a flashlight with him but only uses it when necessary. Detective Falco found a grey sneaker which had a lot of blood on it his handler noted.    Next Falco pulled towards rocks on the Rail trail and pulled the guy with the leash strongly to the fence and started working fence line. Falco was acting almost frantic, mostly because he realized at that moment he was working with the keystone cops.  Falco needed to be on the other side of the fence but nobody spoke his language apparently.  The guy with the leash spoke a little dog and he eventually got it. Falco dove down into the ditch on the other side of the fence and found how the body had been transported.  There was a large green recycle bin which Falco pawed at in aggravation. Detective Falco was more than a little angry when he was removed from the case, and to add insult to injury tied to a tree so that Ellenton could take all the credit.  AGAIN. Ellenton investigated the recycle bin. The  brush was too thick to take bin any further so it was dumped there. Ellenton and two other human officers who were on the scene checked out the recycle bin.  Inspecting it with a flashlight they discovered that the inside was pretty much covered in blood. There were also some books in it that were soaked in blood. At least until the defense proves that it wasn’t soaked in blood which should be tomorrow.

The Judgiest Judge that ever lived called morning recess and that is when jizzy brought the fuckery.  He was shaking, said he felt like he was going to explode  and he couldn’t take it anymore. He told the bailiff he didn’t want to come out because he didn’t want to hurt the bailiff or anybody else. Best Judge ever noted for the record that it is not that he doesn’t understand or that he can’t he simply refuses to.

The state noted the timing was very convenient seeing as how the recycling barrel was about to be brought in. They also noted for the record that the defense picks and chooses what it likes from the competency report. It needs to be made clear that he is not in charge of these proceedings since he seems to think he is. The Judge acknowledges that he is stressed, as is every defendant in the history of ever but that is not about competency it is about refusal.  Totally a judge is onto Jism. There will be a truncated 15A to check his competency again and  the judge called a recess so he could observe the defendant for himself.

Jism decided to lay on the floor and mumble to himself instead of answer any questions the Judge posed. The Judge is determined that there be no appealable errors so he called the shrink familiar with the case to look at him before they continue.  Court was called for the day and Jurors were instructed to be there for 10:15 am tomorrow.

This thing is pure psychopath and I could give a fuck how old he is.  God help where ever he ends up if he gets off. He will definitely kill again.

That is it for tonight kids.

RBMD peacing the fuck out!

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