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Did they expect me to confess to a crime they had made up

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Did they expect me to confess to a crime they had made up

Post by Guest on 09.05.11 18:50

KM's lawyer even comes in for a roasting now..................................... wow

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. Then came the best bit. My lawyer Carlos Pinto de Abreu announced what police had proposed.

If we, or rather I, admitted that Madeleine had died in an accident in the apartment, and confessed to having hidden and disposed of her body, the sentence I'd receive would be much more lenient: only two years, he said, as opposed to what I'd be looking at if I ended up being charged with homicide.

Pardon? I really wasn't sure I could possibly have heard him correctly. My incredulity turned to rage. How dare they suggest I lie?
How dare they expect me to live with such a charge against my name?




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Post by Guest on 09.05.11 18:52

And this


"You need to think about it," Carlos insisted. "It would only be one of you. Gerry could go back to work." I was speechless.



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Would a lawyer tell you to accept a plea if you were not guilty?? Tony perhaps you know the answer?
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 09.05.11 19:00

At this rate Kate will be hauled in for questioning before the book's even released.

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Post by tiny on 09.05.11 19:14

that lawyer knows who dunnit, as i couldnt see that he would say that if he thought kate were innocent.
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