Posted Thursday, February 4, 2010 11:58 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Thomas Etheredge spent all day on the witness stand Wednesday, but Wild West World was never mentioned. His testimony covered his youthful days of operating an award-winning newspaper route and later serving as a pastor at three small Baptist churches in Texas.
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Wow. I am so glad I am not a juror on this case. I'm sure I would be going crazy with all of this fluff and nonsense. Why can't they just get to the point? Did he disclose everything he was required to by law or not?
"If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins." --- Benjamin Franklin
Duh, if you he found God, it doesn't matter!
Seriously though, even the stupid people in a jury room are made to be smart. What you ask is exactly what the instructions from the judge will be.
The statute of limitations has an exemption for those who find Jesus between the time of their crime and the time they are prosecuted? I need to read up on KS law... ;)
Demetri Martin: "The easier it is to draw a state, the harder it is to live IN that state". Have to admit, that tickled me...
Kansas isn't part of the "Bible Belt" is it? I wonder if he's trying to smooth out the Jury.
I love Jesus, too, but I also follow the 10 Commandments, one of which being "THOU SHALT NOT STEAL"Last edited by john peck, Thursday, February 4, 2010 7:08 PM
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