Thursday, June 30, 2011
The Roxie Parker Saga - Her Testimony was too HOT to TROT (in the eyes of the Jury)
If any attorney sees this video, I want you as a professional, to analyze the following quote from Mr. Stokes … as it will convince you, I am certain, that as the author of the “Shooting Salvationist”, he has the analyzing capability of a fourteen year old teenager.
I quote from Mr. Stokes: “The key moment in the trial of J. Frank Norris was when Mrs. Roxie Parker walked into the courtroom. Mrs. Parker clearly stole the show. Her eye-witness testimony was riveting.
Had the jury voted at that moment, it would have been unanimous to convict”.
Now Mr. Stokes, this is why I’m giving you an F on your report … as the jury thought otherwise and considered the testimony of Roxie Parker too hot to trot and thus the jury rendered the NOT guilty verdict. The jury heard ALL the testimonies and knew Mrs. Parker’s testimony was unreliable. And Mr. Stokes, another reminder to you… that J. Frank Norris did NOT kill an unarmed man!
P.S. normally stands for post script … but in this case (aka) stands for Parker/Stokes …. each of whom was no fan of J. Frank Norris.
Is it any wonder then that perjured testimony would be forthcoming.
By Roy Falls