Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by LawyerLarry, Jun 30, 2016.
It's true. It's damn true.
He probably deserves to have the case heard once again in court. The biggest witness against him has told 500 different versions of what happened on the day in question.
Awesome link and thread.
Fuck him...still Guilty...
Double L said it, therefore it is so. Straight from the source. No link required.
I heard this guy wanted to hire Double L but didn't have enough fuckmoney. Too bad.
He could only afford a dumb broad lawyer for 1/1,000,000th the price of Double L.
This kid is guilty as sin. He has no alibi (well a shitty one that no one can collaborate). A witness just happens to know where the victim's car was dumped.
That Serial broad had a huge crush on Adnan and framed her podcast for the longest time that he was innocent. It wasn't until the finale where she's like, 'well common sense tells me he probably did it.'
Adnan Syed. Guilty.
I love all the Free-Adnan folks. They get all charged-up thinking this is some miscarriage of justice, meanwhile this 'Asia' chick is the most confusing witness ever. One moment she is recanting what she told Adnan, another she thinks she mixed up the day.
Adnan pretends that he doesn't remember the day Hae went missing. Even the Serial broad played a game in the beginning of the series, "Would you remember a random day 6 weeks after the fact" (supposedly the first time he was officially questioned) THis completely ignores the fact that the police and Hae's brother called Adnan on his NEW PHONE the day she went missing. Adnan still says, "I dont remember anything from that day," hence, he can't put up a shitty alibi that would be laughed out of court.
I'm all worked-up, i'm about to blow up my mind!
Is he cute? Then he probably has a huge following saying he's not guilty.
He's guilty as hell but the state literally has NO case against him. A psychopath that strangled his ex GF to death & buried her body is gonna walk free.
I remember Syed's story was told in excruciating, sympathetic detail. But they said shit about the victim, that poor girl.
Koenig kind of glossed over the boyfriend and his timecard being wrong in the second to last episode. The dude was a dumbass for ever agreeing to be interviewed for that podcast.
Actually, I think she did devote one episode to Hae. I think she felt guilty about spending so much time on the case and so little on the victim so she did that one episode.
I think there was a bit of backlash which caught up to her, so she tried to fix things. She never really said much about her, except for repeatedly describing her as beautiful in a condescending manner.
Funny, though, for an obvious liberal like Koenig to discount the witness's testimony.