Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Entwistle Verdict Is In!!!!










~Stephanie Page consoles Entwistle after his first degree guilty verdicts are read.

Updated3!
Jury Clock, 11:12:24 and stopped!

Intrepid says: What was the adage about jury deliberations usually lasting as many hours as there were days of testimony? Was it one hour for one day? I think I remember that correctly.

If that's correct, then there should be a verdict some time mid-afternoon. That's what I'm shooting for.

Stay tuned!!!!!

Update!
Good God! Neil is smiling as he enters the courtroom!

Murder first degree…guilty
Murder first degree…guilty
Weapon…guilty
Ammo…guilty

2nd update!!
Sprocket here: Donchais is on pins and needles waiting for the verdict.

I think it's guilty on first.

Neil comes into the room with a slight smile on his face.

It's like he is having a hard time keeping from smiling. He purses his lips together. Yep. He is having a hard time keeping from smiling!

Entwistles eyes wander around the room.

Guilty of Murder of first degree of Rachael Entwistle.
Guilty of Murder of first degree of Lillian Entwistle.
Guilty of poessing a firearm.
Guilty of poessing amunition.

So say you foreperson.
Yes.
So say you members of the jury.
Yes.

Even with the verdict read, that same expression, trying not to smile. Hie eyes still wander. OMG! Look at his mother.

Sentencing tomorrow at 10 am.

3rd Update!
ritanita brings us this tidbit from Fox News:
Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone, members of the Middlesex County prosecution team, and family and friends of Rachel and Lillian Entwistle will hold a press conference today at 4:15 to discuss today's verdict in the case of Commonwealth vs. Neil Entwistle. The press conference will be held at 4:15 p.m.


CNN.Crime

2 comments:

Intrepid said...

Yay! Lady Justice has taken Neil Entwistle's measure and soundly trounced him into the ground. It's a sad but victorious day for the family of Rachel and Lillian Entwistle, and a good day for the people of Massachusetts.

Well done, Jurors. God Bless You.

doubleb53 said...

Yes good job jurors -- a trial that must have been so very difficult to sit through -- so sad to know that Neil Entwistle will live on and yet his beautiful daughter and wife are dead by his hand. A tragedy indeed.