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Are you demanding that it be re open -- and I'm gonna get a lot and -- could again on the -- girl in the room.
But I'm just saying that if Rick Sutton played a part in this and any other in this were any other kind of case that you could see the governor getting him -- I mean if we educated -- case because people are outside.
Our court could be filled up with people who are angry all -- I think.
I tell you there have been times I walk outside the building -- police -- people are upset because the -- are -- enough for them on that particular that I mean you can't think governor -- interviewed on everything.
-- even though there was an intervention that led to a different person valuing the evidence he did have an experienced prosecutor make the decision to bring murder charges against.
Towards environment here.
IRA Christopher in the room and not just.
Chris I know you mean they don't want to come get credit cameras everybody -- -- -- Always -- the way.
It's great that he's smears wanna do because I know that damn sure has been on Fox News Channel and kind of running around -- they I don't know how much you've seen of this prosecutor.
But their opponent Dr.
Save a -- out there -- we have any clip.
-- -- That we can show it and sure I've watched previous days -- OK let me just -- a little bit of him in court where he's like break in the Mike thank you -- I'm so sorry that it is.
We talk about you know there's freedom -- -- -- we that was great countries that we what it's like.
I'm Smart for that I feel that actually -- privileges and.
They put everything and numerous.
In music did you talk about the events that the.
Are well we got a little bit of -- that was pretty sound -- yeah.
Yet I was pretty restraint I mean no times and he was practically cannot -- is -- more let's watch.
It was one -- we're supposed to.
-- -- -- -- That's the kind of like that -- -- -- -- -- no doubt about that.
You mild mannered prosecutor Dan.
How to describe this guy.
You know at times you've got you've got -- combative and we saw that the majority areas cases different -- with Juan Martinez the prosecutor getting combative at times different people have different styles and some work for them some don't.
I know previous jury that he had a little dust up -- from a couple of days ago.
It was -- potential juror who had given money to the George Herman defense fund yet he kept insisting that he could be fair.
And the prosecutor was going after the tried to get him to acknowledge that he could not be fair so that you -- Get him not to offer cause rather than having to use one of his limited description -- peremptory challenges -- and if you discuss that are ready but.
And yet we -- and we didn't do that with a couple of people because there was a young guy that you and I were part of last week.
We were doing this together.
He who said he had friends.
I've driven -- but what we found that was that they were FaceBook friends.
Which gets a little gray area I guess and we got to see some more fireworks at this particular prosecutor to say though in that instance he's doing its job.
Yeah he's supposed to show.
You know this is back -- -- why he doesn't want to burn one of his bravery strides -- you'll let the judge to form.
But talking -- -- came out today and it stand up for 45 minutes.
And it was like -- -- -- I'm dating myself when we set off the air he reminds me of the war one on the wild and crazy guys and -- and live from.
Seven -- -- Arnold and of course yeah.
This isn't so earnest questions on the live chat -- with people wondering.
Is that like a methodology that people abuser like do you go home thing you know tomorrow morning on the court I -- gonna being carried signs now.
I mean is that -- good -- -- people do.
It is -- broad array of styles among prosecutors and especially among defense attorneys where some people are little more flamboyant little more humorous -- more.
Playing it straight and some work some don't and it people's style evolve as they move up in their career.
All right that was nice line.
Think with -- with advocacy if you want people to believe what you're saying you have to genuinely believe it and he doesn't come off as genuine and credible.
He seems like an overbearing type of person who's trying really hard to be something he's not to ingratiate himself.
In a way that's not true was personality I think people people -- Nigerian people conceive that just.
It took you know evaluating human nature.
It's interesting because other trials I've covered as a journalist and have been in this courtroom settings where.
And I should probably have full disclosure of some of you'll notice I was part of the trials of stalking victim -- -- talking for two and a half years.
And try to take my life and so that was -- trial that went on it had newspapers and other media in this in the courtroom.
And I remember watching it seemed like the defense would be -- apt to.
Being vocal and be sorted.
-- it's like an advocate.
You know and the prosecution was always -- even feel it seems to be here to -- -- balance.
Definitely you -- in general the defense has more leeway in order to get away with either humorous lines or being a little you know not straight and narrow.
I'd like to see how does prosecutors in the trial actually starts from the -- really seeded and judging the -- rather than individual jurors being questioned during jury selection of the intimacy it's the same style or the change -- -- and yet if he's yeah.
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