They want to watch the video again, so if we can
get that set up.
All right. You ready for the next paragraph? Are
a lot of guns black?
Our Attorney: Are what?
THE COURT: Are a lot of guns black? Is a Glock an
unusual kind of gun? Do different Glocks look different
from each other? Are Glocks easily accessible?
MR. Prosecutor: Same instruction Our Attorney attested,
to rely on evidence received. No other evidence to be
THE COURT: asking Our Attorney, do you agree?
Our Attorney: I think that’s pretty much the
standard way to answer the questions. That’s fine. (Wow, what a great attorney we had)
These are Glocks. Can you tell the difference? Maybe they are the same gun. Maybe not. She said the one in the picture was the exact gun used.
The victim was shown one black and white picture with 2 guns, a Glock and a Ruger. She said the gun was black. The Glock in the picture she was shown was black and the Ruger was black with chrome on top. Hmmmmmm. She said it was the black gun.
The reason they asked the questions about the guns is because all they had for evidence was a black and white picture of 2 guns, one of the guns was a Glock and the other was a Ruger. The picture was taken from the cell phone of the guys that robbed my son. The police was never in possession of the gun. What the jurors want to know is if Glock of the same make and color look alike. Well, the answer is yes. It doesn’t take Einstein to know the answer to that question. The police detective had one picture that they showed the victim. Remember, the picture was taken from the cell phone of the guys that robbed my son. At trial and in her deposition the victim lied and said that she think that she was shown 2-6 guns and picked out the gun that looked closest to the gun used in the attempted robbery. She was lying. It has been confirmed my the detective herself that their was only one photo with 2 guns. Since they did not have the gun, they had the police present his gun to show the jurors. Our attorney never objected. The jurors smelled a rat which is why they had so many questions.
My next post will answer the question that knocked the prosecutor out of his socks.
Look at the guns below. Are they the same gun? You tell me. How can one know with out something discernible obvious in the photo like a serial number. How can anyone identify a black and white picture? A picture taken from the cell phone of the guys that robbed my son. A search of one of guys residences revealed another gun and ammunition. OH and a bandana. It’s in the police report. A report that no one cared to read. Not even OUR ATTORNEY.