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I'll meet you at 4am...bring the money

by JP Bill / October 1, 2009 12:31 AM PDT
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a stabbing or a cutting ?
by grimgraphix / October 1, 2009 1:57 AM PDT

I remember mention a few months back, of a man, whose girlfriend was killed while they both tried to steel a car off a farm in the country. The car owner shot her thru the windshield (a lucky or unlucky shot) while shooting blindly at his stolen vehicle... yet the boyfriend was being charged with capital murder under the clause that those who commit the crime were responsible for any thing else that happens during the commission of said crime.

In the light of that case, I find it interesting that the law in Saint John is more concerned about the whys and hows of the injury.

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RE: more concerned about the whys and hows of the injury.
by JP Bill / October 1, 2009 3:54 AM PDT

That was the Duty Counsel (Public Defender) version was trying to make it look like the perp had the knife to intimidate, and if the guy hadn't fought, the cutting wouldn't have happened.

The Judge wanted a pre-sentence report, perhaps they will find out exactly what kind of wound it was.

Stuck with the pointy end of the knife (that's how I would stab something) or a cut with the blade (which COULD be accidental)?

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maybe he accidentally brought the knife...
by James Denison / October 1, 2009 4:23 AM PDT

...to the robbery and accidentally had it out when he accidentally grabbed the guy around the throat and accidentally cut him while holding the throat and knife at the same time. This is starting to all look just like an accident to me. To you too?

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RE: while holding the throat and knife at the same time
by JP Bill / October 1, 2009 4:36 AM PDT

I only read the article, I wasn't at the scene or in the courtroom to see or hear that.

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PS...Stabbing?...Embellishment?
by JP Bill / October 1, 2009 4:42 AM PDT

A superficial laceration is a cut that has not extended below the epidermis of your skin (which is the outermost layer). A paper cut would be an excellent example of this. Most of the time, there can be a small amount of bleeding and then it heals up without anything special being done. It can be a short or long laceration but cannot extend into the dermis (which is the layer below the epidermis).

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The criminals weren't much smarter than the victim
by Josh K / October 1, 2009 4:57 AM PDT

They staged this heist right down the street from their own apartment?

DUH indeed!

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