Netflixhoax 2: Omitted - Producer Stephen Robert Morse & Gang Commited Criminal Acts

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Bigotry for fame and profit: Stephen Robert Morse, Rod Blackhurst, and Brian McGinn





Under Italian law Stephen Robert Morse, Rod Blackhurst, and Brian McGinn have committed four kinds of crimes.

(1) Misrepresenting evidence in an attempt to affect the outcome of an ongoing legal process in Italy.

(2) Abusing justice officials (see above) in an attempt to affect the outcome of an ongoing legal process.

(3) Stalking the family of the victim (this is a crime also in England and the United States).

(4) Stalking members of the media (see below) including screaming abuse at them in public.

Numerous abusive tweets have been deleted, but these and others were captured, and would weigh against them in court.

@NickPisa “Convinced you’re a heartless tabloid journo, but wanted to remind you that you f*cked up people’s lives:”

@BLNadeau “Reminder: Your quest for the latest, greatest story damaged people. You should be ashamed of yourself:”

@andreavogt “Wanted to remind you that your work seriously damaged many lives & you should be ashamed of yourself:”

Our main poster Pataz posted this about the gang’s harrassment of the Kercher family on his own site.

See “Amanda Knox” producer Stephen Morse’s shocking comment about the Kercher family

Posted on September 26, 2016 by pataz1

Here’s what we know: Sometime in late 2010 or early 2011, “Amanda Knox” directors Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn hooked up with Stephen Robert Morse and decided to create a documentary on Knox. Morse and Blackhurst went to Perugia in September of 2011 when Knox’s first appeal was heard. It appears that McGinn may have been with them, and that they connected with journalist Mario Spezi (who had previously been arrested by prosecutor Mignini for interfering with an investigation).

The Kercher family was represented at trial by their lawyer, Francesco Maresca. In Italy, the civil suit happens at the same time as the criminal suit, so Maresca was there to represent the Kerchers in their civil suit against the defendants for Meredith’s death. As a part of the original conviction in 2009, the Kerchers were awarded damages.

Knox’s defenders frequently attacked the Kercher family and their lawyer, Maresca, for the damages awarded to the Kercher family. Knox’s defenders claimed Maresca and the Kercher family were driven by the monetary damages awarded to the Kerchers.

Producer Stephen Morse, while covering the appeals, joined in these attacks on Meredith’s family, claiming the Kerchers were blinded by money.  While covering the appeals, Morse stated his belief the DNA evidence would result in an acquittal. Three days later, while waiting for the verdict, Morse claimed the Kerchers were ignoring evidence. In a tweet (still available Sept 2016), Morse charged the Kercher family with being driven by money:

“i feel for the kercher family but they cannot ignore dna evidence simply because they were awared an 8 figure civil victory. #amandaknox” –Stephen Robert Morse, 3-Oct 2011, 7:57 am.

For US readers, this is similar to claiming the Nicole Brown family was only out for money when they filed their civil suit against O.J. Simpson.

Two of the Kerchers- Meredith’s father John and her brother Lyle- have previously spoken about the symbolic nature of the damages, and that they do not care about the money awarded. In 2009 Lyle told the Guardian “It’s not the case that this has ever been about us seeking money, which is why we’ve been reluctant to do much media stuff throughout. That money will never really change anything in that respect.”

Meredith’s father John Kercher spoke to the Sun after the Hellmann appellate court overturned the trial conviction. He spoke out against potential book and movie deals for Knox and Sollecito:

Kercher explained that their civil claim- and an £8million damages award made when Knox was convicted – were symbolic in Italian law. “I find it distasteful that Knox stands to make millions from what happened to Meredith. I don’t think anyone should make money out of it – not us, not them,” he said.

“How would any parent feel if their daughter’s murder was to be turned into a movie for people’s entertainment?”

“We would not take a single cent from Amanda Knox,” Kercher added.

Nobody has asked yet how much Netflix is paying Rod Blackhurst, Brian McGinn, and producer Stephen Robert Morse for the rights to add the “Amanda Knox” film to Netflix’s library on September 30th, 2016.




Comments

We have at least five other posts quoting how Dr Mignini pushed back against the demonization by cranks like Morse - four were doctored by CNN to radically change what he said!! We will link to them in posts with context soon.

Spezi is mentioned a lot in the long quote above. He promoted the demonization with Preston. Spezi became defunct the other day. His pigheaded behavior wore him down in court and in health. (Nothing new for cranks addicted to Knox.)

Posted by Peter Quennell on 09/21/16 at 09:19 AM | #

An email just in from Johnny Yen. Another crackpot is in the news. Clemente. One of the blunder-prone CBS group.

We have not so far posted much on him, but he is a “profiler” colleague of John Douglas and Paul Ciolino. He appears in some YouTubes hounding Italy.

JonBenet Ramsey Brother to File Defamation Suit Against CBS

CBS is about to be sued by JonBenet Ramsey’s older brother, two days after the network aired a documentary in which experts concluded the brother killed her.

Burke Ramsey’s lawyer, L. Lin Wood, tells TMZ, “You damn betcha I’m gonna sue CBS, the phony experts and everyone else that put this thing together.”

The documentary concludes Burke, then 9, killed his little sister by hitting her on the head with a heavy flashlight, while John and Patsy Ramsey covered up the kill to protect him.

The theory flies in the face of autopsy findings, which concluded JonBenet died from “asphyxia strangulation” associated with head trauma. There were scores of theories ... the most prominent being someone struck the 6-year-old with a flashlight and one of the parents used a garrote to finish her off. The theory—the parents allegedly killed JonBenet to then make it seem that an intruder murdered her.

The theory was never pursued by prosecutors.

CBS tells TMZ, the network “stands by the broadcast and will do so in court.”

If it goes to court this could become a de facto murder trial.

http://www.tmz.com/2016/09/21/jonbenet-ramsey-murder-brother-burke-defamation-lawsuit-cbs/

Posted by Peter Quennell on 09/21/16 at 10:30 AM | #

I can hardly find the words but it comes as no surprise to me that the latest offering from the Knox camp features Amanda Knox in full-on actress mode - (gulping, pausing, crying, swallowing and quavering expertly for the crew) also attacks a British Freelance Journalist to the point of almost blaming him for the murder, and this is only the trailer!

It makes me wonder who is the most pathetic of the grovelling white knights who hero worship Knox. Morse certainly wins this weeks white knight award.

The reason they are still around grovelling away is quite simply one of money.

Knox is a convicted felon twice found guilty of murder and has been hiding noisily in plain sight ever since. This to me speaks volumes.

Posted by Deathfish on 09/22/16 at 06:50 AM | #

So Spezi & Preston began the satanic orgy myth in the context of the MOF case. It seems to have been Sollecito lawyer Maori after a closed court session in 2008 who tried to extend the myth to Meredith’s case.

I have to fly somewhere to explain the case, back late saturday. I will of course miss you guys. There should be a rush of new material after that, including from Ergon and the Machine.

Posted by Peter Quennell on 09/22/16 at 02:00 PM | #


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