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To: flamefront
I know Brosnahan very well. He has some limited skills (pretty good on cross-examination), but he's much too theatrical. A jury likes him for about a day, and then grows very tired of his antics. He's also a bully--tall guy, big ego, quite liberal, thinks he's a great trial lawyer.

My hope is that he overplays the weak hand he's been dealt, and actually takes this case to trial. If the case is tried, with Lindh's confession in evidence, his client will go down.

The case will be won or lost based on the admission of the confession.

15 posted on 01/27/2002 8:01:10 AM PST by JoeFromCA
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To: JoeFromCA
The case will be won or lost based on the admission of the confession.

If they could get statements from some of the Talibunnies stating "I saw John Walker do X,Y, and Z", wouldn't that be enough to convict without the confession?

16 posted on 01/27/2002 8:14:01 AM PST by Helix
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