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CaseOfThePunks

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In Topic: Not So Official Jack White Biography

04 June 2016 - 08:12 PM

That gave me a flashback to this Get Behind Me Satan era message:source

 

I thought of this too, but I think a lot of Jack's anger toward Chris Handyside stemmed from Handyside's review of Get Behind Me Satan and suggestion that Jack's marriage was a farce. Chris Handyside actually did get input from The White Stripes' close friends and associates when he wrote Fell In Love With a Band. 

 

Here is Chris Handyside's review of Get Behind Me Satan.

 

http://www.metrotime...5/06/08/yo-jack

 

Sounds like there was some bad blood there.


In Topic: Making a Murderer

05 January 2016 - 12:23 AM

Ok then cross that one off the list. To me the lack of her DNA is the biggest piece of exculpatory evidence there is. If the prosecutor is convinced the murder took place in the house and the garage, then where is her DNA? There is no way in hell they could have cleaned a bloody crime scene that thoroughly. They could have at least said she was murdered somewhere else if they wanted to make the events sound more plausible. Of course it was plausible enough for the jury, so that didn't really matter. 


In Topic: Making a Murderer

04 January 2016 - 07:35 PM

http://onmilwaukee.c...ainstavery.html

 

I honestly think most of the evidence left out of the documentary isn't all that damning, even the *67 calls. I wouldn't be surprised if he was a little paranoid due to his wrongful conviction and used *67 with other people as well. It doesn't even prove anything if he used *67 specifically for Teresa. Everyone she worked with knew she was going to his place and I'm sure she knew his voice. Using *67 wouldn't have mattered.

 

The gun the bullet came from shouldn't even enter into it considering the bullet was found by Lenk 4 months after the search. Funny how Lenk found all of the key pieces of evidence that appeared out of thin air. 

 

The leg irons and shackles had no traces of Teresa's DNA and Brendan said in his false confession that rope was used. 

 

Pornography? Are you fucking kidding me? 

 

I would take the "evidence" of the alleged torture chamber with a huge grain of salt considering it came from a prisoner. 

 

 

 

The only evidence listed in the article that may carry some weight was the DNA under the hood and Brendan's claim that he cleaned the garage and had bleach stains on his pants. 

 

 

ETA: 

Most of the stuff mentioned here was in the documentary. 

http://www.pajiba.co...dnt-present.php


In Topic: What Was The Last Movie You Saw?

02 November 2015 - 11:00 PM

i stumbled upon Broken Flowers a way back and remember really being surprised by it. 

 

watched Magnolia for the first time over the past 2 nights.  holy crap.  

One of my favorites! What did you think? 


In Topic: Thank You, Little Room

15 September 2015 - 11:37 PM

I think it would impossible to exaggerate the importance of Poppy Z Brite. What are YOU listening to RIGHT NOW?!!!!

Hahahahaha!! Oh my goodness. Remember his "groupies"?