Friday, September 30, 2016

Hillary Cleared But Days in the Courtroom Far From Over

    Oral Hillary will be in court again. His freedom isn't on the line, but his checkbook is.  While there is the possibility of a wrongful death suit there is the very real prospect of Mr. Hillary suing the Village of Potsdam for wrongful arrest and imprisonment. He filed a notice of claim four years ago to preserve that option.

     Hillary Cleared But Days in the Courtroom Far From Over

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully he is in court soon for perjury and obstructing an investigation by lying.

While the judge emphasized that in his opinion Hillary was not guilty beyond reasonable doubt, he did not have the courage to mention that he is guilty by a preponderance of evidence. No chance he will win a penny.

Anonymous said...

Preponderance of evidence is irrelevant in a criminal trial, 8:43. Nobody is happy, but this is our system. Quit with the temper tantrum.

Anonymous said...

I don't know about your assertion 8:43. Since he was let go, there is that little detail of losing a job/profession over something that the courts found him not doing. I think he has a shot. This is in no way any statement about what I do or don't believe but I wouldn't rule the lawsuit and a possible victory out of the question.

Anonymous said...

It will take him awhile, but he will receive a settlement.

Anonymous said...

My prediction: Hillary will probably make millions on the civil suit against the county , the DA and the police .

SLC Taxpayers once again suffer the consequences of incompetence in the DA ' s office as well as the bumbling keystone cops in Potsdam .

Shameful display ..

Anonymous said...

Interesting on the 2020 show he was asked about the murder both times he looked down and away to the right while saying no he had nothing to do with it. It looked like he was avoiding eye contact with the interviewer. Looked quite suspicious.

Anonymous said...

12:04, preponderance of evidence is relevant in the civil trial.

It is relevant if the judge wants to comment on it. A good unbiased judge would have mentioned that he can't find him guilty but he sure looks guilty acts guilty and probably is guilty.

It is relevant in bringing charges in the first place, because the difference between preponderance and beyond a reasonable doubt is subjective.

I am glad you are happy that a child murderer got away with it, but I am not happy about it.

Anonymous said...

Well of course he looked away. That's because he murdered the boy. And by the way, he didn't murder him because he was black. He murdered him because the boy was preventing him from getting back with the mother.

Don't confuse a sloppy prosecution, with whether or not he murdered the child.

If he is stupid enough, or his (percent of the take) lawyers are greedy enough, this will all resolve itself in the civil trial. Which by the way, hasn't even really begun yet, as the family of the murdered child is now perfectly positioned to sue him.