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Franklin
post May 15 2019, 01:29 PM
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ May 8 2019, 12:07 PM) *

Well can you believe the POS filed this. There is a taint hearing Tuesday the 14th at 9 am in Porter county.

05/08/2019
Motion to Dismiss Filed
Defendant files Motion to Dismiss for State's Misconduct
Filed By:
Larkin, John B
File Stamp:
05/07/2019
05/08/2019
Memorandum/Brief Filed
Defendant by counsel files Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss
Filed By:
Larkin, John B
File Stamp:
05/07/2019


Does anyone know the results of the taint hearing? I assume that his statement can be used because the Supreme Court specifically listed it as untainted evidence.
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post May 17 2019, 06:55 PM
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[quote name='Franklin' date='May 15 2019, 02:29 PM' post='45389']
Does anyone know the results of the taint hearing? I assume that his statement can be used because the Supreme Court specifically listed it as untainted evidence.
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Well it was more a hearing on them trying to get it dismissed again, court lasted 3 1/2 hours. It was the biggest BS saying everything the State did was wrong. Now waiting on Judge Bradford decision.

On a funnier note did anyone see that the former Judge Blankenship was arrested in Pulaski County. A total bunch of funny business

https://wkvi.com/2019/05/former-pulaski-cou...judge-arrested/


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post May 20 2019, 11:03 AM
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They're trying to get it dismissed after the Supreme Court said the court wrongly dismissed it in the first place? Crazy! (but I guess after the first judge, anything's possible)

I hear there's an investigative report in the works. They are interested in why Indiana has such a hard time trying a man who shot an unarmed woman. TWICE! The stuff on that corrupt judge will be a great side line.






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post May 20 2019, 01:05 PM
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QUOTE(Franklin @ May 20 2019, 12:03 PM) *

They're trying to get it dismissed after the Supreme Court said the court wrongly dismissed it in the first place? Crazy! (but I guess after the first judge, anything's possible)

I hear there's an investigative report in the works. They are interested in why Indiana has such a hard time trying a man who shot an unarmed woman. TWICE! The stuff on that corrupt judge will be a great side line.


Investigative report MMM ??
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post May 20 2019, 03:55 PM
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Investigative report MMM ??

Television eats this kind of crap up.
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Television eats this kind of crap up.



Be nice to have someone report on this and give the public a
heads up on whats going on.
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post May 30 2019, 11:47 AM
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QUOTE(Disappointed @ May 20 2019, 05:28 PM) *

Be nice to have someone report on this and give the public a
heads up on whats going on.

Is the guy even working?
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post May 31 2019, 10:41 AM
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Is the guy even working?


I think he maybe doing real estate ?? But who would want to deal with him ? NOT ME
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post Aug 13 2019, 12:49 PM
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Just some information for you back to Porter County for a status hearing this Thursday the 15th. Trial is scheduled to start Sept. 9- 13 . It will be back in either Laporte county or Michigan city. Once I know I will post it here.
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Just some information for you back to Porter County for a status hearing this Thursday the 15th. Trial is scheduled to start Sept. 9- 13 . It will be back in either Laporte county or Michigan city. Once I know I will post it here.


The trial will be in Michigan City Superior court 1 Judge Berguson court.
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post Sep 6 2019, 10:55 AM
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Monday starts the jury selection, looks like its going to be a long week. Here's the latest article that was printed last week.
https://www.thenewsdispatch.com/news/articl...8KPfFUTF4NP8QQ8




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post Sep 16 2019, 07:57 AM
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GUILTY Involuntary Manslaughter Sentencing October 21st @1:30 pm in Michigan Superior court 1
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post Sep 16 2019, 11:05 AM
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I went to the trial because I had read so much about the twists and turns of the case over the years and was interested in hearing the actual evidence. I have no "horse in the race", so to speak and was expecting to hear a lot of what has been printed. I have to say that I was amazed to see the reporter from the News Dispatch happily chatting with the defendant's family and friends during the breaks. After hearing the evidence, I can only conclude that the news reporting is HEAVILY biased, for whatever reason. The paper entirely ignores any of the evidence that was damaging to the defendant and to which he admitted during the police interview that they played, such as the fact that he had possession of the gun the entire time and said that his wife was "not getting out of the closet" or the bizarre recorded 911 call where the operator thinks he was the one shot (I think he actually chuckled at one point). I felt bad for his kids who testified on his behalf but the news coverage is what is very disturbing to me. A small community relies on the press for accurate reporting (particularly of local news) and this makes me think that everything I've read in the paper over the years has been written with an agenda in mind and is not the whole story. If anyone knows any of the jurors or an unbiased person who heard the evidence, I urge you to ask them about it and confirm everything I've written for yourself. It's really sad to see the state of journalism today. It's seems to be all about manipulating opinion.
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post Sep 16 2019, 11:47 AM
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QUOTE(Lighthouse4 @ Sep 16 2019, 12:05 PM) *

I went to the trial because I had read so much about the twists and turns of the case over the years and was interested in hearing the actual evidence. I have no "horse in the race", so to speak and was expecting to hear a lot of what has been printed. I have to say that I was amazed to see the reporter from the News Dispatch happily chatting with the defendant's family and friends during the breaks. After hearing the evidence, I can only conclude that the news reporting is HEAVILY biased, for whatever reason. The paper entirely ignores any of the evidence that was damaging to the defendant and to which he admitted during the police interview that they played, such as the fact that he had possession of the gun the entire time and said that his wife was "not getting out of the closet" or the bizarre recorded 911 call where the operator thinks he was the one shot (I think he actually chuckled at one point). I felt bad for his kids who testified on his behalf but the news coverage is what is very disturbing to me. A small community relies on the press for accurate reporting (particularly of local news) and this makes me think that everything I've read in the paper over the years has been written with an agenda in mind and is not the whole story. If anyone knows any of the jurors or an unbiased person who heard the evidence, I urge you to ask them about it and confirm everything I've written for yourself. It's really sad to see the state of journalism today. It's seems to be all about manipulating opinion.

I agree with you. Good journalism is hard to find. Almost 100% of the stories that I have contributed a story to any newspaper, and I know exactly what the facts are in the submitted story, always come out with something that is either made up or incorrect. I think most of the time they do not do it on purpose, usually it is ignorance, or lack of experience. They need to learn to ask clarifying questions and/or repeat back what they just heard and/or ask the source to proof the article before publication. For example, I wrote into the N-D about that person getting stuck in the Franklin Street bridge about if they asked if the bridge has an e-stop that the attendant can hit to immediately stop the bridge in whatever position it is in and they never published my letter to the paper. As a citizen that travels that bridge frequently, I would like to know, because if it does not have one, that is extremely unsafe for the public, and if it does have one, why didn't the bridge attendant use it? I would think a good reporter would have asked that question as one of the top 3 questions.

In regards to what you said about the trial, I noticed that the last three stories in the paper including the one that said Larkin was guilty used his "nice" picture. Wouldn't they use his mugshot for the article that said he was found guilty? They made it look like he was happy to serve 2-8 years. I also was interested in knowing the facts, but I did not have time to attend the trial. Thanks for sharing what you heard.
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post Sep 16 2019, 03:53 PM
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I agree with you. Good journalism is hard to find. Almost 100% of the stories that I have contributed a story to any newspaper, and I know exactly what the facts are in the submitted story, always come out with something that is either made up or incorrect. I think most of the time they do not do it on purpose, usually it is ignorance, or lack of experience. They need to learn to ask clarifying questions and/or repeat back what they just heard and/or ask the source to proof the article before publication. For example, I wrote into the N-D about that person getting stuck in the Franklin Street bridge about if they asked if the bridge has an e-stop that the attendant can hit to immediately stop the bridge in whatever position it is in and they never published my letter to the paper. As a citizen that travels that bridge frequently, I would like to know, because if it does not have one, that is extremely unsafe for the public, and if it does have one, why didn't the bridge attendant use it? I would think a good reporter would have asked that question as one of the top 3 questions.

In regards to what you said about the trial, I noticed that the last three stories in the paper including the one that said Larkin was guilty used his "nice" picture. Wouldn't they use his mugshot for the article that said he was found guilty? They made it look like he was happy to serve 2-8 years. I also was interested in knowing the facts, but I did not have time to attend the trial. Thanks for sharing what you heard.


Thanks! I drive that bridge almost every day and it would be good information to have.
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post Sep 20 2019, 06:16 AM
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All I have to say is that I hope the Judge takes in consideration Stacey's family and friends and realizes the pain and suffering they have gone through over the last 6 1/2 years. He just didn't take away a mother , he took away a daughter,sister,aunt,sister-in-law,cousin and a friend to many. I really think he deserves the max of 8 years in which he would only serve 4 if good behavior. Just my opinion.
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post Nov 12 2019, 09:16 AM
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2 YEARS IS ALL HE GETS !!!!
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