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All right let's pick up on Nadal his son now of course you've got the judge saying.
You know reminding.
A sign that he can't make statements right she wants to maintain.
Certain decorum in the courtroom.
Well and it breaks you've got the guy she could make it became -- -- make bouquets of what you did you ask yourself a question venue it's.
And that's there isn't right exactly does -- have a question and then.
Then I did this or that and and it makes just it makes sense exactly right for decorum -- -- -- it is bizarre that's hardly makes sense that there's.
But it's also for a chance for the prosecution to be able to object.
So when they hear him asking a question of himself in the third person it gives them that second.
To say objector not -- for the judge be able to rule on that and a and a regular trial where they defendants represented by an attorney.
You know not.
Having the defendant represented himself when the defendants not allowed to get up and start making blanket statements are just not appropriate so the point -- -- -- -- -- questions.
Now normally here he has trial advisors member.
That would pay him I don't like I I just really violent about -- -- do whatever guy.
Yeah and it's like my arms to get -- -- don't let go there to put this in a normal way that I'm just gonna say you know be the advisory ask him questions because they cast during that is.
Could by the way I felt they use the third person so -- -- -- gonna say.
-- -- say this and then he answers the question yes I did.
There are -- I mean I I am very artificial and I understand the process and they understand why this has to be in this particular case that these surfacing and throughout but it.
You know eight.
In in it you disturb a freed or.
And just kind of know this -- he's already there to make -- point he has been making a point from day and that's why exactly and he's saying that he is still want the death penalty why that's so -- You can give -- all of that.
But I think this judge has actually been pretty good so far about reining him in -- about keeping it you know pretty tight so I think it it's gonna go through that tightness.
Otherwise the idea might have been just sit up there take the status it would have you want that's not what's gonna have -- a made a very good point which is that -- that it tracks right back into the fact that his agenda -- -- -- a -- of -- -- -- so when you take the two of them together it's a recipe for a bit of a circus.
But the reality is how to opt out over output as Ali said but the other judges -- a pretty good job because you know how.
It's almost impossible on a sense to prevent -- -- from standing up and just starting to act crazy.
Because you're not in front of a regular jury my experience I tried cases against president dependence.
-- that they would act really out of line in front of the judge before trial but the minute -- on the box on an -- -- -- ready to Larry King -- you don't really have that here and it's definitely because not a regular jury but I think.
You know at the end of the day to keep it simple this case is gonna and quick math and I don't think there's going to be a -- defense case.
Let me jump in here with a couple of our -- that kept seeing this from isn't anyone listening thanks very charming and why aren't we looking into the workplace environment.
At Ford committed and find out why has -- went crazy.
What I don't think he went crazy after workplace environment that he was crazy -- the time he got -- -- I already have this in his mind.
Maybe not plotted out exactly as -- -- he's gonna do it one of the things that the prosecution wanted to bring in a judge did not allowed -- yesterday was motive.
There was the two at 2003.
Massacre at a lot of the but the prosecution thinks -- you know.
He had this in his -- for a long time that he was -- -- through this kind of massacre was plotting for a long time maybe perhaps even since 2003.
But still looking -- workplace and firemen absolutely something something like this happens it absolutely should look.
But there were signs of it sort of an advance.
And I always had kind of a theory of a back story which was that he got a lot of educational advantages.
And then it came time for him to do his part I don't think he wanted to do so I think he started with sort of jihadist rhetoric figuring the American commander of the army when -- -- I think he just.
No no -- exponent and and then in other -- followed them.
He got basically free education right it's a grant him a doctor and a psychiatrist and so on that but then along with that came a commitment to the armed services right.
So in my opinion and I -- they are rising -- -- you with us he was starting to you know sympathize with the enemy.
I think he didn't want to necessarily -- the United States he figured the army -- thrown out.
And when they didn't think it's now because -- -- is there weren't -- many signs of fact a lot of Smart there right on the basis said you got to be looking at this guy look at what's so I don't really are a lot of those -- or cats OK let me that's that's the key question question why would they ignored.
Is it an analytic and critical expenses perhaps -- -- political correctness all the computer stuff he was looking at.
Impartially and thinks he would say to some of the people that so the check -- subliminal elitism.
Meaning has -- a psychiatrist is highly trained highly educated and maybe you'd want to put up huge.
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