notthatcool

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  1. I can't figure out where the story line with the dry cleaning-lab workers is going. Mike seems to be giving them too much slack considering the job is already behind schedule.
  2. If it is the one by centennial park, yes it is nice reasonable walk.
  3. Thumbs up on Hector checking out the nurses round bottom.
  4. He keeps him alive just to screw with him, yet as we know Hector gets the last laugh. The only mistake I can remember Gus making. I can''t take the Kim/Jimmy stuff anymore. Just rip the band-aid off. I just want to know that Kim has a productive post-Jimmy life. Is that too much to ask? 3 episodes left.
  5. beginning should be interesting....
  6. Anyone seen a upload of the game yet? I have it on DVR at home, but wanted to watch it while at work.
  7. I didn't understand that either. But the next homicide I investigate will be my first. On TV they just bag stuff up and leave.
  8. Agree. The search warrant became public record and the media had access to it at that point. I would imagine the DAs office controls which documents are sealed and which ones are public record. The article I read... http://www.fox4news.com/news/search-warrant-marijuana-found-in-botham-jeans-apartment-after-deadly-shooting One of the warrants became a public record Thursday afternoon when it was returned to the judge who signed it. It was shortly after Jean’s funeral had ended. It listed several items found in Jean's apartment, including a small amount of marijuana. Image Gallery2 PHOTOS There have been several warrants signed by judges and executed in this case aside from the arrest warrant for Guyger and the search warrant signed September 7 that were returned to the court on Thursday. The others are still sealed and not accessible. The search warrant executed in Jean’s apartment at South Side Flats specifically sought fired cartridge casings, fired projectiles, firearms, ballistic vests, keys, evidence of blood, video surveillance systems, and contraband such as narcotics and other items used in criminal offenses. The inventory return yielded: 2 fired cartridge casings 1 laptop computer 1 black backpack with police equipment and paperwork 1 insulated lunch box 1 black ballistic vest with "police" markings 10.4 grams of marijuana in ziplock bags 1 metal marijuana grinder 2 RFID keys 2 used packages of medical aid The document does not say where any of the items were located in the apartment or who the items belong to.
  9. So we just forget that KS benched Freeman in the second half of the SB? KS doesn't want Free.
  10. That was the crime scene. So if the investigators do a half assed job, they are covering-up for the killer. If they do a thorough job, they are trying to find dirt on victim?