On Fri, 03 Jan 2003 06:32:50 GMT, HR-Defense@aol.com (Shy David) wrote:
>4) The judge agreed that the GPS issue, IN ITS ENTIRETY, was not
>relevant to the case against Henson.
Yep. In spite of that, DDA Robert Schwarz manage to get in a bit about it into his last words to the jury
"And you heard from Frank Petty that he saw this G.P.S. like they were taking coordinates."
As if you can't get the same numbers off satellite pictures.
>7) Henson has never once spoken any anger or angst at me for using the
>GPS at "Gold Base." Surely it is up to *HIM* to do so, and not some
>anonymous neurotic monkey to do so.
>AFFIDAVIT --- DAVID M. RICE
>CASE # HEMO 14371
>State vs Keith Henson
>Original Date: Friday, November 17, 2000, 4:20 AM
>Revision Date: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 11:22 AM [See Footnote #1]
>My name is David Rice.
Nope. When the DA and the courts are corrupt it doesn't matter what you do. Or other people do.
Being in fear because someone might have private control of a cruise missile is an insane argument to make unless you are already insane. But what other word can you use for people who think they are infested with space cooties?
PS, the judge wouldn't let Schwarz bring in the GPS business because it was just too abusive. But he did his own set of abuses, including sealing the record to cover up deleting the Frank Oliver documents from the case record for the cult.