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Title : The Cherish Perrywinkle Case (USA - 2013)
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I’m so suspicious. Hell if someone I know approaches me I don’t like it;0). About 23 years ago my car broke down at a roundabout. I was going to walk to a garage at the other end of the dual carriageway. This “ really nice” man pulled over and asked if he could give us a lift. I very politely thanked him and refused. Well he went off his head, swearing at me, I had insulted him etc. did he really think that was going to change my mind? I am absolutely convinced that had my son and I got in his car we would have been found in a shallow grave
Best listened at 1.25 or 1.5 playback speed as many sentences are spoken with a full stop between every word. I think it's because she's filed by the content......rightly so. Excellent content and very detailed as always! You can tell this lady is a professional in what she talks of.
Smith's attorneys had argued that the autopsy pictures are too shocking and unnecessary, adding that they would make it difficult for Smith to have a fair trial because they would inflame the jury's emotions.
Chief medical examiner Dr. Valerie Rao testified that the photos would help the jury understand what Cherish experienced, which included blunt impact to her head that caused hemorrhaging and “tremendous injury" and bruising to her private area.
I'm so glad the algorithm is working in your favor! You have such a soothing voice, and I love the insight you bring from having had experience in this sort of "industry" before. Plus, most of these are cases I wasn't previously aware of--so you're bringing awareness where it's needed. Keep it up!