[2009 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards.]….and last I would like to “Tank” Casey Anthony….

….and last I would like to tank Casey Anthony….for being herself, and finally the community for putting up with our push and shove media mentally that got us here tonight!

Team coverage of the Casey Anthony story has brought two Central Florida TV stations Emmy nominations.

WFTV-Channel 9 was cited for “Caylee Anthony Found.” WESH-Channel 2 was recognized for “The Case Against Casey.”  The two stations are the only nominees in the team coverage category of the 2009 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards.
*** On Camera Talent — Reporter: Bob Kealing of WESH for “Case Against Casey Enterprise Composite.”

Do they really think that community feels the local stations are

*** Feature News Report:

*** Breaking news:

…and other catchy trailers that weave in and out of out daytime and prime time viewing.

The local and cable media is doing exactly what most of them implied the Anthony family of…cashing in on Caylee Marie.

I wonder if the new arena will be done in time for Dec. 5, event…

lets face facts here…it’s the only venue that might and I use

the term lightly, that would be ale to contain such egos these anchor people poses.

 

what do you think… yes there are plenty of bloggers,  but most of the blog sties are not revving

any monetary benefit..Remember awards sometimes come with a bonuses to the person nominated.

 

p.s to the readers who informed me that i misspelled the word “Thank”, here is my blanket response

[2009 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards.]….and last I would like to “Tank” Casey Anthony….”  tittle was written to be with the word tank  …not thank…]

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Where’s the real Tony Pipitone?

Hey an UPDATE-

T0 Finn

HAL’S NOTE: Here’s Tony Pipitone’s response:

Jack Kirschenbaum was mistakenly listed by the clerk on the website as a defense attorney when, in fact, he just intervened in the case on WKMG’s behalf (as did the Sentinel’s attorney and other media attorneys for their respective clients) when there was a motion by the state for a gag order.

Yes, it must be tough to cover a story so many times,
you could probably write it in your sleep.  I notice that
the addition of Andrea  Lyons, but no story on Jack Kirschenbaum 
I see that Jack Kirschenbaum is not on Ms. Anthony’s attorney
list per the Orange Co. Clerks online database.

Hey Tony can you give us a hint as to why WKMG did
not run with a story on Mr. Jack Kirschenbaum, oh wait
is it because of Mr. Kirschenbaum’s ties to WKMG
and You (Tony).

Being at the mercy of your assignment, does that include
evading the obvious? I know anyone who resides in Orlando
knows WKMG’s ties with Jack Kirschenbaum. As much,
fuss over that dam 80 boxes of papers, the Post-Newsweek
Stations Orlando, Inc.D/B/A WKMG V. Douglas Guetzloe case.

A quote from the case printed in the Orlando Sentinel,
Ludmilla Lelis September 26, 2007 –

“Judges ponder core legal issues in Guetzloe case” – It comes down to right to privacy vs. freedom of the press, they say.  And their answer could take a while.– Kirschenbaum said there is no evidence the station wants to broadcast medical information. However, the decision on such material should lie with an editor and not with a judge, he said.

I mention Jack Kirschenbaum I comment on these two-

1] Blog topic –
 “Casey Anthony: WKMG asks if she can get fair trial in Florida cities” Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog
[finnperkins | May 04, 2009 at 04:20 PM   ]

2] Blog topic-
“Casey Anthony: WKMG asks if impartial jury can be found in Florida” Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog
[finnperkins | May 06, 2009 at 08:41 PM  ]

 

Therefore, Tony, it is your turn to offer up Mr. Jack Kirschenbaum’s
short-lived association to this case. That is your assignment, should
you choose to take it, I for one will even spend 3 round Washington’s
on a print edition. Until then I will be hanging here awaiting a heads
up from Hal, who is always the one to follow, because he follows
you (the media).

 
Originally comment  on this blog topic-
Casey Anthony: What WKMG’s Tony Pipitone adds to the story
Posted by finnperkins  Hal the TV Guy Orlando Sentinel Blog

Casey Anthony case: Microphones in courtroom left “ON” , allowing the news media to hear the grand jury’s secret proceedings

Hey Sheriff Jerry Demings, here is your leak…  (Ref to-Oct 14, 2008 5:15:14 PM)  Will you be backing up your words with actions?

Hey did you know that, microphones in the courtroom were left open, allowing the news media to hear the grand jury’s secret proceedings.  Sentinel reporter, Sarah Lundy, alert the state attorney’s office.  Although Tony Pipitone state new6 was first to offer this alert, it is not true.

Ms. Lundy was the first to inform the state attorney.  Many bloggers feel I have been harsh on the media, and easy on the Anthony family.

I have been pushing the rights of the defendant because the state is unable to assure me that they are able to carry out blind justice.  I think the State attorneys’ and the courtroom officials should be sanction for this.  A mistake or not, the incident was overlooked.  Could this

Be the key to unlock the defendant cell door.  I have said repeatedly, the media coverage is bias, in favor of the state of Florida.  Do the media have cheat sheets, one that has allowed blatant assertions in there reports, without restrictive recourse by the state…?  Knowing something, they normally would not know had the microphones been off prior to the grand jury hearing, because normally this is privilege information. 

On the other hand, it will be use as the key to allow for an appeal, or even overturning any unfavorable verdict a defendant, who is before the court due to the grand jury session in question.

Tony Pipitone asked: Can an impartial jury could be found elsewhere in Florida? what a waste of bandwith…and Kilobytes too.

Tony Pipitone asked, “… can an impartial jury could be found elsewhere in Florida?  What a waste of bandwidth and Kilobytes.
Below is the usual type of blog chatter regarding Casey Anthony case.  This is an example of one person who disagreed with the majority….  His name is John,  the replies he received. 21 responses at last count, this one was short and to the point, but a not a valid rebuttal. John only relief came when my name was brought up in another post I did tonight.
“she has almost single-handedly destroyed any chance of miss Anthony having a fair trial not just in Florida but anywhere in the country. it is nice to know that one woman’s opinion can condemn a person to death or life imprisonment…  I personally feel that miss grace crossed a line and should be fired by fueling a fire just to be on a bandwagon. a woman’s life hangs in the balance. only in America could someone like miss grace get away with what she has caused. Miss Anthony had already been tried and convicted before her first month. thank you for the opportunity to voice my opinion.  Trust me; I don’t mind taking her side and all of the balderdash that comes with it.
Posted by: john gXXXXXXXX | May 06, 2009 at 11:52 AM
He received this reply from another blogger…
Your post just shows what an idiot you are John.
Posted by: XXX | May 06, 2009 at 12:26 PM

Guess What, Did you know when the state seeks the death penalty, the Defendant becomes eligible for state money.”

Watch what you wish for, when you don’t want to pick up the tab.
A man was convicted and sentenced to die for the 1978 rape and murder of a 6-year-old child in Chatham County, Georgia, the kind of high-visibility crime that exerts great pressure on police and prosecutors to solve quickly.

On November 6, 1991, after more than eleven years protesting his innocence–watching time forever slip away behind him while it moved him closer and closer to the electric chairThe Man was released. A free man.

It had taken his appellate lawyers, working without pay, that many years to prove that the government’s capital case against their client rested on a foundation of official lies, the knowing use of false testimony, and the willful suppression of evidence in the state’s possession which not only tended to support appellee’s claim of innocence, but which pointed to the guilt of another.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Is that the best rebuttal you have?, that I misspelled a word!” responding to Txx

“oh and by the way genius, it’s cynicism, not Sinicism….lmao”.   

Above was Posted by: Txx on Hal's Blog 

Is that the best rebuttal you have, a misspelled a word.  I was in the middle of a seeking all sides and the length marked components of a triangle, trigonometric function called.” modeling periodic phenomena.”  The results were printing, mean while, I was reading the Hal’s Blog, when oops, a slip of the middle finger hit the “S” key in stead of the “C” key, the rest, it’s infamous thanks to you pointing it out my in ability to type 318 words, one of which was misspelled.  I guess I will stick to modeling periodic phenomena for now [note to self, turn off computer before doing research charts].

A not so normal sentence on a normal day – “So you got Jury Duty”! you might want to look up these words and phrases – , “peremptory challenge, ” “death-qualified” , “Fair and Balanced”.

“- the blogger in the jury room please stand up”!

The other thing that the blog could produce is evidence that the juror has prejudged the case. It could also provide evidence that in some cases perhaps the jurors lied or fudged the truth during voir dire. All of those could cause motions for new trial,” Conrad said.

A New York trial judge, state Supreme Court Justice Helen Freedman, said jurors should not blog until the trial is over.

“You’re not supposed to talk to anyone about the case, so by posting or blogging you’re talking to people about the case,” she said.

Right to Impartial Jurors
Your client has a constitutional right, in both civil and criminal cases, to have his or her case heard and decided by an “impartial” jury. See Florida Constitution, Declaration of Rights, Article 1, Section 22 and Section 16.

This fundamental right to an impartial jury is the same in both civil and criminal cases. State v. Neil, 457 So. 2d 481 (Fla. 1984);

i.e; –
City of Miami v. Cornett, 463 So. 2d 399 (Fla. 3DCA 1985). The trial lawyer must be aware of Florida Statute 913.12 which states: “The qualifications of jurors in criminal cases shall be the same as their qualifications in civil cases.” The “burden of proof” may be different between civil and criminal cases, but the qualifications of jurors are not! The qualifications of the jurors are the same regardless of whether the case is a murder trial or a slip-and-fall trial.

This statute is important because it broadens the case law available to the trial lawyer. The appellate cases, be they civil or criminal, apply equally in all proceedings. Criminal case law applies just as much in a civil trial as it does in a criminal trial when the issue is the qualifications of the jurors, and vice versa. See e.g. Pacot v. Wheeler, 758 So2d 1141 (Fla 4 DCA 2000) “We note that this strict standard, which is equally applicable in civil and criminal cases, does not appear to leave room for “broad” discretion in these circumstances.”

1. Mandatory Disqualification:

      Biased Jurors –

  • Any person who “has a state of mind regarding the defendant, the case, or the person alleged to have been injured … that will prevent the juror from acting with impartiality.” (913.03); Any person who “has formed or expressed any opinion or is sensible of any bias or prejudice concerning it.” (1.431);
  • Any person “interested in any issue to be tried” in the action (40.013 & 1.431); Any person who is an employee or who has been an employee of any party within 30 days before trial (1.431);
  • Any person under prosecution for any crime (40.013);
  • Convicted felons or those convicted of bribery, forgery, perjury or larceny (unless rights restored) (40.013);
  • Governor and his cabinet (40.013); Clerk of Court; Full time Law enforcement officers and investigators (unless they choose to serve)(40.013);
  • Persons related by blood or marriage within the third degree to the plaintiff, defendant or the attorneys (913.03 & 1.431);
  • Any person who does not possess sufficient knowledge of reading, writing or arithmetic to understand the case, if the case requires such knowledge (1.431)

Goodspeed. . . .

 

[citation – Vesna Jaksic
The National Law Journal
March 19, 2007 ]

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