User Profile: harpazo

Member Since: July 07, 2011


  • August 27, 2012 at 10:14pm

    @ANGEL_LIGHT: I think slipstick is referring to I have a SuperTuck Deluxe and love it! It is so comfortable. Crossbreed offers a free two-week trial on their holsters but I don’t think you’ll send it back.

  • February 14, 2012 at 4:44pm

    To any LDS posting here: you recommend that one should read the Book of Mormon. Which one-the 1830 (original) version or today’s version?

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  • July 7, 2011 at 10:23am

    “Her father firmly denied both the cover-up and abuse claims. The prosecution called those claims absurd, and said no one makes an accident look like a murder.” Murder works if they can pass Caylee’s disappearance off as an abduction. That’s what George told Casey to do while he disposed of the body. Trouble is, when Casey went out partying, she blew the whole scenario.

  • July 7, 2011 at 9:49am

    How many of you (especially those who complain about the jurors and the “system”) have ducked jury duty? How many have been less than truthful to get out of jury duty? If you’re tired of the verdicts, then go when called to serve. I go whenever I’m invited. I’ve served on two criminal cases (one DWI and one murder-both guilty) and one civil (defendant won).

  • July 7, 2011 at 9:13am

    In his closing argument, Jose Baez said that when Caylee drown in the swimming pool, George and Casey were the only ones home. What were they doing not to watch Caylee so that she could get out and get in the pool? They can’t admit that she drowned because this question would be asked, so George, with his police background wrapped Caylee up in his duct tape and makes it look like an abduction. Casey said that George is a “monster”. Was he doing to Caylee what he did to Casey? George played a huge role in this crime. Jose’s crew knows the truth and that’s why there was such a big celebration. The prosecution had to guess at the truth. They should have waited to prosecute or should have charged Casey with “child abuse”. She would have served more time than she’s going to get now.