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diogenes

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Actually yes. You didn't include the fact that this dispute was over how they split the property and equipment when they ended their partnership. They didn't agree on what they thought was fair and the judge ended up deciding in the end to compensate Woodworth an additional sum of money to even out the split. You have stated it was for embezzlement and that is absolute fiction. But again you made that comment in order to vilify the victims in the eyes of the public in order to further your own agenda. It is your MO and you are consistent at it.
And as I stated before you think Griffin made a good call with a civil case and then accuse him of not handling either murder trial correctly. You can't have it both ways.
Well, well, I must point out the obvious. First, the Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that he mishandled the first trial, and, if you've read the report of the special master, neither he nor Lewis come out of it looking too good (understatement). It appears he was right in the middle of this judicial conflict situation, which was found to be more bizarre than the Chandler case. Defending these people must make you feel like the proverbial one-legged man in the butt-kicking contest, or bringing a knife to a gunfight. You can run but you can't hide from the truth.
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diogenes wrote:
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Well, well, I must point out the obvious. First, the Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that he mishandled the first trial, and, if you've read the report of the special master, neither he nor Lewis come out of it looking too good (understatement). It appears he was right in the middle of this judicial conflict situation, which was found to be more bizarre than the Chandler case. Defending these people must make you feel like the proverbial one-legged man in the butt-kicking contest, or bringing a knife to a gunfight. You can run but you can't hide from the truth.
lol Have you been drinking? My post had nothing to do with defending a judge, and everything to do with pointing out Papa's incessant need to vilify the victims by making baseless accusations toward them, and then pointed out that he agrees with a judge when it suits his agenda. I don't know any of the judges, and don't care to meet them personally or certainly not professionally.

Take another read when you sober up, diogenes. lol
diogenes

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lol Have you been drinking? My post had nothing to do with defending a judge, and everything to do with pointing out Papa's incessant need to vilify the victims by making baseless accusations toward them, and then pointed out that he agrees with a judge when it suits his agenda. I don't know any of the judges, and don't care to meet them personally or certainly not professionally.
Take another read when you sober up, diogenes. lol
You might consider the law of unintended consequences or rather how you choose your words. insults will get you nowhere in the end. I'm sure you're a better person than that.
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diogenes wrote:
<quoted text>You might consider the law of unintended consequences or rather how you choose your words. insults will get you nowhere in the end. I'm sure you're a better person than that.
Oh that is rich. lol You may want to review some of your own posts before preaching forum etiquette. ROFL
diogenes

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Oh that is rich. lol You may want to review some of your own posts before preaching forum etiquette. ROFL
To err is human, to forgive divine. I do admit, however, challenging many of you to back up what you say.
Fingers Crossed for MW

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lol Have you been drinking? My post had nothing to do with defending a judge, and everything to do with pointing out Papa's incessant need to vilify the victims by making baseless accusations toward them, and then pointed out that he agrees with a judge when it suits his agenda. I don't know any of the judges, and don't care to meet them personally or certainly not professionally.
Take another read when you sober up, diogenes. lol
I know Judge Lewis and he was crooked back in 1986 so I have no doubt he got better at being unethical and covering his tracks by the time the 90's rolled around. He went with whoever had the most benefit to him in the beginning of his career all the way to the end of his career.
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diogenes wrote:
<quoted text>To err is human, to forgive divine. I do admit, however, challenging many of you to back up what you say.
Try hopping off the pulpit and practicing what you preach. lol
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Try hopping off the pulpit and practicing what you preach. lol
You're forgiven
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marktwain wrote:
<quoted text>You're forgiven
you're an idiotttttt.
marktwain

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you're an idiotttttt.
very creative
diogenes

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I got on the facebook page "The Mark Woodworth Innocence Project" and noticed that it now has over 2200 members. Watch Out!!!

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diogenes wrote:
I got on the facebook page "The Mark Woodworth Innocence Project" and noticed that it now has over 2200 members. Watch Out!!!
hey man you are a good dude. i know mark and he is a great guy. thanks man

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Lmao. This is some good stuff. Now we have x-cons sticking up for him.
hey stupid cop i did my time. i have a right to give my opinion on here just like u do.
marktwain

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hey stupid cop i did my time. i have a right to give my opinion on here just like u do.
right on
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diogenes wrote:
I got on the facebook page "The Mark Woodworth Innocence Project" and noticed that it now has over 2200 members. Watch Out!!!
someone added me to that group and i don't even know these people. then i noticed that someone else added a bunch of my family and they don't know them either. i think people are just adding everyone in their friends list without asking. i know they did it to me. i don't want to be part of nothing like this. its too controversal and i don't know who to beleive anyhow. leave people out of it who don't have nothing to do with it.
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mirage wrote:
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someone added me to that group and i don't even know these people. then i noticed that someone else added a bunch of my family and they don't know them either. i think people are just adding everyone in their friends list without asking. i know they did it to me. i don't want to be part of nothing like this. its too controversal and i don't know who to beleive anyhow. leave people out of it who don't have nothing to do with it.
People are free to opt out and many already have. It is easy to do. You can't blame people for wanting to get the word out.
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If she can't even be certain where her husband was the night of the murder. How can she be so certain where her son was the night of the murder?
Where did you hear that the boy heard a car START UP right outside the window after the shooting? What is your source? If you want to make bold claims such as that provide where you got this information.
No one feels slightest bit uneasy that Mark had a door leading outside in his room? That Jackie never once checked on their children after knowing their neighbors had been shot in their sleep? She wasn't worried about her children? Leaving them in the house alone after getting Claude and going back over to the Robertson's. There is a MURDERER ON THE LOOSE AND SHE LEAVES HER KIDS AT HOME ALONE AND NEVER CHECKS ON THEM?! Knowing there is a door in her sons room. Anyone could have come through that door if they wanted to, and anyone could have walked out that door if they wanted to. Jackie was scared enough when she came back for Claude she told him to grab the pistol their neighbors had just been shot. She was frightened enough to want a gun to go back over across the road. Yet, Claude didn't get the gun. Do you think maybe it wasn't there to be gotten? She didn't check on her children?
She says she would have heard that door open from upstairs asleep in bed. It had a squeak. I ask you. No one woke up when the shooter opened the doors and walked in the Robertson's home, through it and into the bedroom where Cathy and Lyndel lay, did they? It appears to me that person was very quiet and knew how to open doors with out waking anyone doesn't it to you?
If you knew a door had a squeak. Would you fling it open making as much noise as you could? Or would you ease it open slowly as to not make a sound no louder than a mouse?
Use your brain. If you have one.
I still don't understand all that you are saying here, Bnews. Are you saying that the Woodworth Mom knew immediately that her son (and/or husband) were involved in the shooting? Or even beforehand? Or are you saying she is just a negligent Mom for not checking on the children?

Obviously, murder happens every day and a lot of the time it really is over money, greed, revenge and jealousy - so I can imagine a scenario that Dad Woodworth would go after his long time business partner, easily. I can even entertain the idea that there are such things as "evil Dads" who would coach their teen-age son into doing the dirty deed to keep their own hands clean. If that were the case here, I think there would have been a much better plan by the elder Woodworth, and no way that BOTH Woodworth parents could be that evil. Odds of that being the case are just too astronomical.

The info on the Robertson son hearing a car start was mentioned in the Master's ruling.

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I got on the facebook page "The Mark Woodworth Innocence Project" and noticed that it now has over 2200 members. Watch Out!!!
Ooo! What's the magic number that proves he's innocent? Ha! The funny thing is I bet most of those don't even know they are in the group because they've been added by someone else! I know because I took myself off after someone told me I was on there. I bet if you had left it for people to join on their own, it would be at about 20! Haha!
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The specific content you referenced was actually the plaintiff's claims included in his motion, not the actual ruling by the judge. Any attorney can make claims and present them before a judge. All of that documentation becomes public record, even the outrageous claims you mentioned.
Ok, so you can't document or prove anything you are saying about the lawsuit. Any credibility you may have had is gone. Just more lies. You lie just to explain another lie.

If they were outrageous claims, why did Robertson agree to a settlement?

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audpaud wrote:
no way that BOTH Woodworth parents could be that evil. Odds of that being the case are just too astronomical.
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Really? How do you figure that?

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