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I initially thought David killed his family
27
47%
I initially thought Robin killed his family
10
17%
During the first trial I thought David killed his family
17
29%
During the first trial I thought Robin killed his family
7
12%
After the first trial I thought David killed his family
15
26%
After the first trial I thought Robin killed his family
10
17%
During the second trial I thought David killed his family
19
33%
During the second trial I thought Robin killed his family
14
24%
Now I think David killed his family
37
64%
Now I think Robin killed his family
15
26%
 
Total voters : 58

Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby OliverBendix on Wed 10/Jun/09 11:59am

Article talks about the "David Bain is guilty" facebook group, then:
By a wide margin however, the most popular group on the website is "David Bain for Dancing with the Stars", with a whopping 3975 supporters.

:lol:

David Bain, Barlow and Lundy when they get out- it could be a great DWTS series! Dancing With The Stars of Questionable Innocence!
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby happybaboon on Wed 10/Jun/09 12:01pm

I reckon David should go on one of those godawful talent shows and sing. I'd tune in and watch if he did that.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Henry Dorset Case on Wed 10/Jun/09 12:08pm

Willey_Coyote wrote:What ever David did, Karam and his son sure got paid

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/2486812/Karam-gets-330-000-in-legal-aid


that is NOTHING compared to what the defence case would have cost. NOTHING
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Henry Dorset Case on Wed 10/Jun/09 12:17pm

tee hee
Tui.jpg
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby znomit on Wed 10/Jun/09 12:56pm

happybaboon wrote:Attention Bain innocence doubters: D Bizzle can to sue your asses :) http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/2 ... ld-be-sued


"The person making the claim would then have to prove on the balance of probabilities, that Mr Bain did it, Mr Price said."

Mr Bain did do it. One of them.
Balance of probability test would be interesting.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Tama on Wed 10/Jun/09 2:59pm

znomit wrote:
happybaboon wrote:Attention Bain innocence doubters: D Bizzle can to sue your asses :) http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/2 ... ld-be-sued


"The person making the claim would then have to prove on the balance of probabilities, that Mr Bain did it, Mr Price said."

Mr Bain did do it. One of them.
Balance of probability test would be interesting.

It's good that people on Facebook know more than the jury who had to sit through 57(?) days of evidence :D
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby faux_name on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:06pm

:D
Last edited by faux_name on Thu 27/Mar/14 3:20am, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby happybaboon on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:10pm

That new "evidence" is rubbish. I expected better. I'm going to mock the shit out of this one guy I know who tried to convince me that everyone in NZ would think the jury got it wrong once this suppressed evidence came out.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Henry Dorset Case on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:14pm

If you start with a belief in the rule of Lor, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty then:

DB is innocent until he is proven guilty to the required standard, i.e. that of "beyond reasonable doubt"

A jury of his peers, after reviewing scads of evidence, hearing from a bunch of lawyers (on both sides) and after careful direction from a judge, decided (we infer) that there was a reasonable doubt that DB killed the family. Ergo he was acquitted.

Now therefore a person who is INNOCENT because he was not proved to be guilty has:

suffered the trauma of the death of his family; and
been imprisoned for a large number of years; and
lost his rightful inheritance; and
because of that has not been a productive member of society.

It therefore seems to me not only correct and logical, but also entirely reasonable that the Crown should attempt some redress toward Bain
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Henry Dorset Case on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:15pm

happybaboon wrote:That new "evidence" is rubbish. I expected better. I'm going to mock the shit out of this one guy I know who tried to convince me that everyone in NZ would think the jury got it wrong once this suppressed evidence came out.


not often we agree, but I do agree with you on this point.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby michael on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:29pm

So any word or speculation on who was harassing the jurors?
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Tama on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:36pm

michael wrote:So any word or speculation on who was harassing the jurors?

Richard Worth
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby happybaboon on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:37pm

Fuck. I was just about to say that. At least this new "new post" screen stops those annoying doubleups.
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Tinkerbell on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:41pm

Henry Dorset Case wrote:If you start with a belief in the rule of Lor, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty then:

DB is innocent until he is proven guilty to the required standard, i.e. that of "beyond reasonable doubt"

A jury of his peers, after reviewing scads of evidence, hearing from a bunch of lawyers (on both sides) and after careful direction from a judge, decided (we infer) that there was a reasonable doubt that DB killed the family. Ergo he was acquitted.

Now therefore a person who is INNOCENT because he was not proved to be guilty has:

suffered the trauma of the death of his family; and
been imprisoned for a large number of years; and
lost his rightful inheritance; and
because of that has not been a productive member of society.

It therefore seems to me not only correct and logical, but also entirely reasonable that the Crown should attempt some redress toward Bain

:thumbsup: my thoughts exactly, I's just not so good with words as HDC :love:
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Re: The Post Bain Trial Poll

Postby Scotty on Thu 11/Jun/09 1:45pm

The irony of this situation is that if he'd done his time quietly he might have had a better chance of re-integrating into the community.

After all of this rigmarole now he's fucked.
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