• Two Sides To Every Story?

    Posted by on March 22nd, 2012 · Comments (8)

    I wonder if the people who decided to do this have seen this?

    Comments on Two Sides To Every Story?

    1. Garcia
      March 22nd, 2012 | 1:22 pm

      I don’t see how the two are related with respect to the indictment. The grand jury was presented with enough facts/evidence to indict her as an extortionist. And let’s just say they were presented the video of him leaving her place 12 days before she was arrested, Cashman’s lawyers have not denied he had a sexual relationship with her so they can frame it as Cash’s last attempt at trying to get her to stop trying to extort money from him.

      So in your mind how should Cash have handled it, just so I understand, if you have a relationship outside your marriage, the person whom you had an extramarital affair knows about your marriage, then demands money from you.

      What do you do? Do you go right to the cops? Thereby letting the secret out that your salami has been inside another krispy kreme, or do you try and see her again? Maybe sleep with the her again, with the idea that you can do such a great job in the sack that you can get her to stop her demands. A chauvinist would think this way, not outside the norm. Or do you just run her over with your car? Or do you give her the first 3/4K that she demands with the “hope” that she doesn’t come back for more?

      I mean, you seem to have it all figured out. You are certainly implying that. There are many different ways this can all play out. If your answer is that Cash should not have been caught with this pants down to his ankles. Fine. But that’s another story. You’re well withing your right to think that. But to make it seem like the other video makes Cash complicit in all of this, then I think that’s a huge leap you’re making — meaning, how can the grand jury indict her if Cash was still hitting it less than two weeks prior to getting arrested.

      And then there’s the fact that she’s done this sorta thing before, but why ignore the facts.

    2. March 22nd, 2012 | 2:53 pm

      I don’t have any horses in this race.

      I’m just a spectator waiting to see how everyone places at the finish line.

    3. Garcia
      March 22nd, 2012 | 3:55 pm

      @ Steve L.:
      So why bring it up?

    4. redbug
      March 22nd, 2012 | 5:09 pm

      Grand juries usually follow the DA’s recomendation.

      What comes up next usually depends on how much money the defendant has for a lawyer. If she can’t afford to take this to trial, she’ll probably plead to a lesser charge.

    5. Raf
      March 22nd, 2012 | 5:26 pm

      3 sides; both interpretations, and the actual truth of the matter.

    6. March 22nd, 2012 | 9:50 pm

      Garcia wrote:

      So why bring it up?

      Why ignore it like it’s not happening?

    7. Evan3457
      March 23rd, 2012 | 5:35 pm

      A good district attorney can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich.
      Or so it is said.

      I’m just gonna watch, and see what happens.

    8. March 23rd, 2012 | 7:05 pm

      @ Evan3457: Me too.

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