Anon Sparrow - Criminal Trial Scheduled to begin Feb. 22 2011

Discussion in 'Anon Sparrow' started by anonsparrow, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    that Moxon is full of withholds!
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  2. LocalSP Member

    I thinks this bodes well for Sparrow.
  3. tikk Member

    He might not even have to go that far. From what I've seen Brian usually didn't wear a mask, which means that his identity was known to Belotte. Thus, besides the obvious affirmative reasons for wearing the mask, the acknowledged fact that he usually did not wear one undercuts the argument that he intended to intimidate, threaten, abuse or harass. It's somewhat of a disgrace that the complaint was amended just prior to trial. Even if the Brady violation (a further disgrace to this DA) didn't come up the trial would've had to bumped anyway so that Sparrow could defend the new charge.
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  4. That Wikipedia link (thanks, Smurf) is interesting, esp. the examples of material evidence likely to be exculpatory, such as witnesses who are proven liars, paid informants, 'Brady cops' etc.

    Verrry interesting!
  5. Anonymous Member

    Is that what they call it? [IMG]
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  6. Diablo Member

    the great thing is that he recorded everything...including several different women coming up to Sparrow to discuss different topics. Chatty, happy, smiling, throwing barbs at him, all of those incidents showed they were not intimidated, threatened, abused or harrassed. If anything, Sparrow was harrassed at work, home and bull baited in front of both of their mORGue's.
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  7. Anonymous Member

    thanks Tikk! sounds like this just shifted in Sparrow's favor then?
    I will keep my fingers, eyes, toes, legs, arms and tits crossed
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  8. adhocrat Member

    This is the video where KB namfagged our Sparrow. It was two weeks after he started protesting. It is dated 3 January 2009. See 5:30-6 minute mark.

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  9. grebe Member

    No, your point about intention is much weaker than my point about concealment. Your point requires some blah blah blah and speculation. My point is backed by cold hard photographic and video evidence right now.

    AnonSparrow's identity while protesting in front of the DC Org is just about the worst kept secret ever.
  10. Anonymous Member

    lol! I hope this vid was broguht into evidence. Feared for her life! LOL! what a joke!
    she not only name fagged Sparow, but she was not afraid of him one iota
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  11. Smurf Member

    You clearly missed my point or you're as dumb as they come.
  12. grebe Member

    At least tikk agrees with me, so if I'm dumb I have company.

    If Brian was a known figure he wasn't concealing himself in order to intimidate. So it is a better strategy to present the concealment point rather than the intimidation point.
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  13. Sam Urai Member

  14. Hombre Moderator Skandinaviska

    So who will be the first to troll the results of the trial?
  15. 3rdMan Member

    Smurf, thanks very much for the update.
  16. He doesn't have to. Possibly the Evidence requested that the Brady rule applied to was the defense asking for video tapes of Sparrow. That would show he isn't wearing the mask to cover his face. He would wear it on top of his head, to identify that he is with the Anonymous movement. That would be easy enough to get that thrown out in court.

    EDIT: Oh.. Tikk got to it. Yeah sorry Carry on!
  17. Anonymous Member

    Thank goodness they have Brady laws now!

  18. Intelligence Member

    Indeed, I think this was a good day for Sparrow. The new Trial date
    is not that far away; if it even goes that far. Hang in there Sparrow :)
  19. Anonymous Member

    After Sparrow wins this case I hope he pursues the Scientology enterprise, Moxon, Bellote, and the city of DC for every ounce of justice and caek that is due to him for being falsely accused, arrested and prosecuted.
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  20. dwest Member

    I agree. Especially since he is having a bench trial. In all honesty, the judge is not going to be happy with having this Brady issue, and will view the DA with a tainted view. Great news for Sparrow.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Excellent! Judge is already Calling Shenanigans on the Prosecution!
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  22. xenubarb Member

    Ironic. guy who protests charged with wearing a mask for reasons of intimidation by the organization intimidating and harassing HIM by taking him to court.

    This should be considered by the judge. It is just this sort of behavior that got people wearing masks to begin with.
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  23. anonsparrow Member

    Hi everybody. As usual, thanks for all the support.

    Here's a brief summary that hopefully doesn't piss my lawyers off. :)

    As some of you mentioned, I was charged with a second crime (wearing a mask) about ten days ago. Also, at the same time, the prosecutor requested an amendment to the first charge. They sought to enlarge the time frame during which the alleged activity took place and re-worked/broadened the wording of that charge.

    My lawyer pleaded that this was unfair to do at the last minute and the judge agreed - hence the continuance. When asked why they were making these last minute changes, the prosecutor said that in light of things learned in KB's deposition, they were now wanting to introduce allegations that took place earlier than the original time frame.

    Why they are doing this now - I don't know. Bottom line is that I was arraigned on the new charge this morning. Despite being at the last minute, the prosecutor has the right to do that without the judge's consent. The enlarged time frame was up to the judge and he did grant that.

    So now we have another two months to start over and prepare for the enlarged scope of time and the additional charge. I was really, really hoping to goto trial today, but alas it wasn't meant to be.

    Other items of note:

    Moxon was there. He sat quietly and observed.

    This case is decided by a judge. In the District, a misdemeanor is decided by a judge - not a jury (to save time and resources as I understand it).

    I have no idea what the Brady issues are that appear on the Court website. Those words never came up at all today. Whatever it means, it didn't seem to work in my favor (today at least).

    I guess that's it for now. Again, thanks to everyone for keeping my spirits up!
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  24. Herro Member

    Good luck proving that Bellote didn't feel threatened when she made those complaints.
  25. 3rdMan Member

    Well it must have been brought up in your absence, Sparrow. Cause its there.
  26. Anonymous Member

    Get new material brother. You used this one in the other thread. 0/10.
  27. Orson Member

    Sparrow - good to hear from you. Continued good wishes. IANAL, but my extensive review of John Grisham's body of work, several seasons of Law & Order as well as Reno 911 lead me to believe today's developments may ultimately be good for you. Hoping so.

    Tikk - what can we make of Sparrow not knowing/hearing of the Brady issues while in court today? If anything.
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  28. Anonymous Member

    my theory is that they just want to keep sparrow off the beat as long as possible.

    the day he returns to that sidewalk in front of the org..ha HA. WIN for Anon!

    And what will they tell all those staffers?
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  29. Herro Member

    There's a reason for that. It was true then and it's true now.
  30. Diablo Member

    Hang in there Sparrow!!! The wheels of justice turn slowly but it will work out for you because the recordings are on your side.
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  31. Anonymous Member

    I do rather wonder what they told Staffers. They prolly jumped the shark and told them he was arrested and sentenced already. Maybe they aren't that stupid though?
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  32. ZeroC Member

    "The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win. The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."

    Sounds like they just want to keep you away from the org as long as possible mate.

    Hang in there dude, we're all behind you.
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  33. Herro Member

    Once again, The Church of Scientology != The DC Prosecutor's Office.
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  34. Anonymous Member

  35. Bump for ...........
  36. I really want to do bodily harm to Kendrick L Moxon. I want to fistrape him in his tight lawyer ass.

    Sue me Moxon
  37. ZeroC Member

    Oh I'm sorry, I didn't realise it was a member of the DC Prosecutor's Office that had brought up stalking charges against Sparrow.

    I honestly thought this whole thing was started by a Scientologist from the CoS.
  38. Anonymous Member

    Your defeatist attitude gets really fucking annoying, really quick...
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  39. Smurf Member

    The prosecutor brought the charges after a Scientologist filed a fraudulent stalking claim.
  40. tikk Member

    Yeah, but there's really no way this case even exists without Scientology pressuring the DA. A misdemeanor case this thin without some leveraged entity pushing the DA would've been dropped by now. That's not to say that Scientology is controlling the litigation because I doubt very much that they are. But there's no doubt in my mind that they've been on the phone to the DA a ton to make sure that everything possible is being done.
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