Monday, May 9, 2011

What really happened between Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye the morning of April 3, 2011.

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The mainstream media has once again painted a mirage for its viewers, readers, and subscribers regarding the April 3, 2011 stabbing incident involving Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye. What the media wants you to believe is that Reginald Daye was a good citizen with a kind heart who took it upon himself to try and help Crystal Mangum, who had been burdened by notoriety of the Duke Lacrosse case and the February 17, 2010 case in which she was found guilty of several misdemeanor charges. It suggested that Daye offered to share his apartment with Crystal and her three children, who were for all intents and purposes homeless. And that he did so despite a warning from his nephew about Mangum.

Then, the media would have you believe that Crystal, who had been labeled by police as the physical domestic abuser against her boyfriend in the February 17, 2010 incident, followed an established pattern by stabbing Daye, for the purpose of stealing his money. Conscious, after being wounded, Daye told police that Mangum stabbed him and took his money.

Shortly, after the incident, Mangum was apprehended and charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.

Daye underwent emergency surgery on April 3, 2011, for his stab wound and was on the mend and on the verge of discharge when he suddenly went into a coma around April 9th or 10th. It was an irreversible coma and on the evening of April 13, 2011, Daye was taken off life support. The cause of death was not established at the time.

On April 18, 2011, five days after his death, Durham prosecutors obtained a grand jury indictment against Mangum for murder, and two counts of larceny… one count for each of two money orders Crystal was alleged to have taken from Daye. At the time of the indictment, an autopsy report had not been released and there was no official cause of death listed for Reginald Daye.

On April 19, 2011, the sixth day following his death, Reginald Daye had a funeral and was laid to rest.

Before explaining what happened during the wee hours of April 3, 2011, let’s review the events which led up to the encounter… beginning with the Duke Lacrosse case. What the media persistently glosses over is the fact that Ms. Mangum’s services to entertain on March 13, 2006, were fraudulently obtained… with a Duke lacrosse party host using an alias and claiming he wanted an exotic dancer to entertain a small bachelor party of four or five. Media also frequently ignored the presence of under-aged drinking at the party… a crime. Finally, in recounting the tale, the media goes to extreme lengths to shield the fact that racial epithets were hurled at Ms. Mangum by the partygoers.

The abject bias of the specific rulings pertaining to the prosecution’s case and the media coverage is apparent as Mr. Nifong, who had always maintained an open file policy – even prior to it being mandated by law – handed over nearly 5,000 pieces of evidence to each of the three teams of defense attorneys. Brad Bannon, one of Joseph Cheshire’s underlings, led the charge that Mr. Nifong delayed turning over lab evidence, which he claimed was exculpatory. Fact is, that the so-called evidence was not exculpatory, and that the basis of the prosecution’s case was not DNA. The media, however, tried to represent before the public that Mr. Nifong had withheld evidence… especially vital exculpatory evidence. This was blatantly false and misleading.

What is not false is that when Mr. Nifong sought reciprocal discovery from the defense attorneys, he was rebuffed, ignored. Defense attorneys had no problem plying media types with snippets of videos, which may or may not have been doctored, but they refused to submit them to the prosecution. This is a twist of irony, again that the media does its best to conceal.

Aftermath of the Duke Lacrosse case fielded many innocent casualties, the most obvious being former Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong who was selectively disbarred, selectively jailed on trumped up contempt charges, and otherwise persecuted. Subsequent to Attorney General Roy Cooper’s April 11, 2007 “Innocence Promulgation” the media began in earnest its ambitious quest to mislead the populous into believing that the boys were by legal determination found to be innocent. Nothing could be further from the truth, as the media boldly and brashly trumpeted that the Duke Lacrosse defendants were “innocent,” “exonerated,” and “cleared.” Ms. Mangum, in the meantime was shackled with the label of the “false accuser.” Furthermore, the media had the audacity to intimate that grounds existed to charge Ms. Mangum – supposedly with filing a false report.

K Rae Evans, mother of Duke Lacrosse defendant Dave Evans, used to work as an executive for CBS News for a decade. Afterward, this enterprising lady founded a very successful public relations firm in Washington, DC. During an interview on “60 Minutes,” the CBS TV newsmagazine she expressed her unlimited enmity towards Mike Nifong, and her desire to see that he “paid every day for the rest of his life.” This statement fueled the flames of critics of Mike Nifong, and ushered in the despicable and malicious treatment against Nifong, Crystal Mangum, Nifong supporters, and others considered by the Powers-That-Be to be on the wrong end of the Duke Lacrosse case… a juggernaut which has come to be known as the “Carpetbagger Jihad.”

On February 17, 2010, Durham police, like true Carpetbagger jihadists, took full advantage of their encounter with Ms. Mangum, who at the time was self-supporting, employed, independent mother, attending classes at NCCU in pursuit of a Masters degree. Durham’s finest were summoned to Ms. Mangum’s apartment by a 9-1-1 call placed by one of Mangum’s children during an altercation initated by Mangum’s ex-boyfriend who had repeatedly punched her in the face. Instead of taking him into custody, police designated him as the victim and proceeded to arrest and charge Crystal Mangum with assaulting him. To invoke more serious charges which carry heavy jail sentences, police evacuated the house on the pretense of smelling smoke and then set clothing ablaze in the bathtub. They made no attempt to extinguish it by turning on the water. Instead, the assembled law enforcers closed the bathroom door, called the Durham Fire department, and waited for there arrival.

Among the outlandish charges the police saddled on Ms. Mangum were attempted first degree murder, assault and battery, first degree arson, identity theft, child abuse, communicating threats, injury to personal property and resisting a public officer. The number and seriousness of the charges supported a bail of one million dollars, which is unheard of in a domestic violence case.

Of those charges, Ms. Mangum was indicted on felony first degree arson, three counts of child endangerment related to the fire, injury to property, and resisting a public officer. She was held under a reduced bail of $100,000. There is no doubt in my mind that Ms. Mangum would still be languishing in jail today awaiting trial had not a generous and benevolent bail bondsman satisfied the bond, which paved the way for Ms. Mangum’s release from the jail after 88 days of incarceration. Because prosecutors cruelly labeled Mangum’s children as victims of their mother, conditions were set by the Court regarding visitation with them, and Ms. Mangum was required to remain under house arrest.

Prosecution took the case to trial, and Ms. Mangum was convicted of the three misdemeanor charges. Despite a feather-weight defense by Mani Dexter, the prosecution was unable to prevail on the felony arson charge and a mistrial was declared. She was sentenced to time-served and released.

A friend from her church allowed Ms. Mangum to live with her in her apartment, and that is where she and her three children remained until recently. Because of the notoriety of the Duke Lacrosse case and the February 17th incident, Ms. Mangum was unable to secure employment. Apartment hunting was fruitless as well, especially with the arson tag deceitfully affixed to her by Durham police.

Taking inventory following the February 17th incident, Ms. Mangum faced the reality of having lost her job, being dropped from courses at NCCU, losing her apartment, losing many of her belongings, and basically losing her independence. Furthermore, during her incarceration, she was unable to help care for her father, and he passed away. Her mother, who was unable to care for herself, was spirited off to a nursing home by Crystal’s aunt, who then proceeded to terminate Crystal’s mother’s lease. Although her friend was gracious and generous to house Crystal and her children, by the spring of 2011, Crystal was desperate to find lodgings for herself and her family.

In the spring of 2011, Reginald Daye, who had been working as a painter, had been laid off work. He had a history of heavy alcohol consumption and a history of criminal activity, although mostly misdemeanor. According to records from the court, Daye had approximately fifteen charges against him, including two for assault… one victim in particular identified as being a female. I was told that by March 2011, Daye was a couple of months arrears in his rent, and that he was on the verge of being evicted from his apartment.

These conditions set up the symbiotic relationship which was to develop between Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye. I am unaware as to how the two initially met or the precise nature of their relationship, other than they, including Crystal’s children, were to share the apartment. Although Daye had been laid off, there is the possibility that he was re-hired shortly before April 3, 2011… but he had not generated money to pay the rent due. Although Crystal was receiving training to enable her to become once again gainfully employed, she resorted to only avenue of employment open to her… exotic dancing at a club. Working for several days she cleared enough money to pay rent due on Daye’s apartment. In addition, she anticipated receiving a tax refund which would supplement her financially.

Around April 3, 2011, Crystal, using her money, purchased two money orders, one in the amount of three hundred, and the other for four hundred, as there was probably a five hundred dollar maximum limit. I was told that she wrote “rent” on the memo portion of the money orders, and used Reginald Daye’s name as its purchaser. The reason for using Daye’s name on the check was because he was the one listed on the rental agreement as the renter. With her negative name connotation, had Crystal placed her name as purchaser of the money order, recognition of it by the landlord might very well have jeopardized the arrangement and possibly even the apartment.

I was informed that the argument between Crystal and Reginald began because he wanted to use the money order to purchase beer or otherwise have a good time. Crystal, on the other hand, wanted the money orders to go towards paying the rent. The verbal argument, to my understanding, was quite heated and lengthy, and I am ignorant as to the proximate events which led to the stabbing itself. To my knowledge Daye was stabbed once, although he might have been stabbed as many as three times. ABC-11 news which has a very biased anti-Nifong bent, reported that Daye was stabbed as many as seven or eight times. The autopsy report, if and when it is made available to the public, may shed light on the number of wounds he sustained.

Taking a look at the Certificate of Death for Reginald Daye, a public document, you will notice that the immediate cause of death is listed as “pending.” For sequential cause of death, there is nothing which states that a stab wound or laceration was involved. In the section for “manner of death,” “pending” is checked… not “homicide.” This death certificate was dated April 18, 2011, the day that Crystal Mangum was indicted by the Grand Jury for premeditated murder. The updated cause of death will be at least four months from the time the autopsy was performed. I am further unaware if toxicology tests were performed on Daye and whether or not, if done, their results will be made available.

Examining the criminal record of Reginald Eugene Daye, as provided by the Clerk of Courts Office in Durham, you will note that the first page contains incidents involving mainly traffic offenses, including a misdemeanor involving beer or wine.

Page two lists two traffic offenses, one of which is driving while intoxicated… most likely due to alcohol consumption. On that charge he pled guilty. The other charge appears to be driving with license revoked.

Page three contains four misdemeanor charges including breaking and entering, assaulting a female, larceny, and simple assault. The fifth name on the page carries a middle name of Douglas and a birth date which differs from Reginald Eugene Daye, so this might be a different individual who shares the same first and last names.

Page four is a mixed bag containing a couple of traffic related charges and several misdemeanor charges including larceny and shoplifting.

My assessment of Daye’s criminal record is that it is not representative of a hardened career criminal. However, the presence of assault charges, along with the confiscation of brass knuckles from his apartment, indicates to me that he is not adverse to using physical force. The brass knuckles and his criminal record, in conjunction with his apparent problems with alcohol, and allegations from my sources relating multiple instances of the physical abuse of females, entertains the likelihood that Crystal Mangum’s actions were borne out of self-defense.

That Daye was stabbed by Mangum is not in dispute, but that he died by her hands most vigorously is. To charge Ms. Mangum with the murder of Reginald Daye is outlandish, and to charge her with two counts of larceny for money orders which she purchased is a joke. This extreme and vindictive scorched earth take no prisoners mindset that is and has been utilized in attacking Crystal Mangum, Mike Nifong, Nifong supporters, and others considered to be on the wrong end of the Duke Lacrosse case is unholy, unjust, and makes the North Carolina justice system the laughing stock of the country.

The Carpetbaggers need to take charge of their own dirty work when it comes to inflicting punitive retribution against Mangum, Nifong, et al… we Tar Heelians, and Durhamians, in particular, need to immediately cease and desist from doing it for them.


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Lance the Intern said...

So, the page containing the assault charges on it has a "... middle name of Douglas and a birth date which differs from Reginald Eugene Daye, so this might be a different individual who shares the same first and last names."

How....convenient for you. This is your proof? Post the actual documents, Sid.

Anonymous said...

You mention in the "flog" that there was a possibility that Daye had been rehired, but this info was left out in the written document. Why is that?

Anonymous said...

"Finally, in recounting the tale, the media goes to extreme lengths to shield the fact that racial epithets were hurled at Ms. Mangum by the partygoers."

Sidney, again you have been caught in a lie.

One racial epithet was hurled at the party, at Kim Roberts. Ms. Roberts admitted she provoked the epithet by hurling her own epithet at a lacrosse player, a part of the story you admit.

Anonymous said...

"Media also frequently ignored the presence of under-aged drinking at the party… a crime."

Admitted, underage drinking is illegal, a misdemeanor. However, the Lacroosse players were charged with a felony, first degree rape - first degree rape was the sexual assault with which they were charged. Underage drinking was irrelevant to that charge.

I say again, if underage drinking were probable cause to charge someone with rape, then just about every college student should be charged with rape.

Anonymous said...

"Fact is, that the so-called evidence was not exculpatory, and that the basis of the prosecution’s case was not DNA."

Sidney, it is for the court, not you, to decide the evidence was or was not exculpatory. When it found beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Nifong not only knowingly faailed to turn over the evidence but also lied about it, it de facto said the evidence was exculpatory. Your opinions in the matter, to borrow your own words, have no legal weight. Why do you think they do?

If the basi of the prosecution was not DNA, then what was it? What you are really saying is that Mr. Nifong prosecuted in spite of forensic evidence which showed there had been no rape. Prosecuting a case in which evidence shows no probable cause to prosecute is a wrongful prosecution.

Just ask your friend, Professor Coleman.

Anonymous said...

"The media, however, tried to represent before the public that Mr. Nifong had withheld evidence… especially vital exculpatory evidence. This was blatantly false and misleading."

The court and the state bar decided Mr. Nifong did withhold exculpatory evidence.

That has more legal weight than your unsubstantiated allegations.

Just ask your friend, Professor Coleman.

In spite of all your allegations that Mr. Nifong was wrongfully convicted, neither you nor Mr. Nifong has been willing to prove that in a Court of Law.

The Lacrosse defendants are willing to go to court to prove Mr. Nifong's wrongdoing. Have you ever noticed that.

Anonymous said...

Liar! flat out, liar. shame on you, Sid.

Anonymous said...

"What is not false is that when Mr. Nifong sought reciprocal discovery from the defense attorneys, he was rebuffed, ignored."

Defense Attorneys for Reade Seligman made it clear they intended to use an alibi defense. An alibi defense is one scenario in a criminal case in which reciprocal discovery is mandated. Mr. Nifong refused to look at Mr. Seligman's alibi evidence. Mr. Nifong also tried to intimidate a witness who could support Mr. Seligman's alibi into dropping that support.

If anyone violated reciprocal discovery, it was Mr. Nifong.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, ther is no doubt in my mind you are trying to conceal that reciprocal discovery has limited application to a criminal case.

There is also no doubt in my mind that you are trying to conceal that it was Mr. Nifong who did not meet the requirements of reciprocal discovery.

Anonymous said...

"Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong... was selectively disbarred, selectively jailed on trumped up contempt charges, and otherwise persecuted."

Mr. Nifong was disbarred for, among other things, making inflammatory, guilt presuming pre trial statements, prosecuting without probable cause, and concealing exculpatory evidence. He was not an innocent victim.

The innocent victims were the three Lacrosse players he attempted to prosecute.

It is obvious to any objective, reasonable person that he intended to sacrifice those three innocent men in order to win an election and pad his retirement benefits.

The fact that you can not see this is res ipsa loquitur evidence that you are neither objective nor reasonable.

Anonymous said...

"This statement fueled the flames of critics of Mike Nifong, and ushered in the despicable and malicious treatment against Nifong, Crystal Mangum, Nifong supporters, and others considered by the Powers-That-Be to be on the wrong end of the Duke Lacrosse case… a juggernaut which has come to be known as the 'Carpetbagger Jihad.'"

Again you willfully promulgate a lie. Mrs. Evans made her statement in January of 2007, after Mr. Nifong's own unethical and wrongful comment precipitated the action taken against him.

I myself would have a bit of enmity if a rogue prosecutor charged my child with a felony without probable cause, tried to put my child in prison for 30 years just to pad his retirement benefits.

Anonymous said...

"In the spring of 2011, Reginald Daye, who had been working as a painter, had been laid off work. He had a history of heavy alcohol consumption and a history of criminal activity, although mostly misdemeanor. According to records from the court, Daye had approximately fifteen charges against him, including two for assault… one victim in particular identified as being a female."

At least you do not try to misrepresent Mr. Daye as a felon, the way you try to misrepresent the innocent Lacrosse defendants as felons. Via multiple statements in your blog, e.g. it is misleading to call those defendants innocent or exonerated, you do show you believe they are rapists who escaped punishment.

You never mention that by the age of 27, when she falsely accused the Lacrosse players of rape, Ms. Mangum had a significant history of criminal behavior, auto theft, assault on an officer.

Anonymous said...

"I was told that by March 2011, Daye was a couple of months arrears in his rent, and that he was on the verge of being evicted from his apartment."

Who told you this?

How do you have any first hand knowledge of what Mr. Daye's situation was?

Here, as is your wont, you are trying to misrepresent an unsubstantiated allegation as truth, just as you are trying to misrepresent Ms. Mangum's false accusation of the Lacrosse players as truth.

Anonymous said...

"Although Daye had been laid off, there is the possibility that he was re-hired shortly before April 3, 2011… but he had not generated money to pay the rent due."

There is no doubt in my mind that this is another unsubstantiated allegation you are trying to misrepresent as factual truth.

You call the "carpetbagger jihad" truth even though you have never offered any proof.

Your blog is a record of you offering up unsubstantiated allegations as truth.

Anonymous said...

"Around April 3, 2011, Crystal, using her money, purchased two money orders, one in the amount of three hundred, and the other for four hundred, as there was probably a five hundred dollar maximum limit. I was TOLD[emphasis added] that she wrote “rent” on the memo portion of the money orders, and used Reginald Daye’s name as its purchaser. The reason for using Daye’s name on the check was because he was the one listed on the rental agreement as the renter."


Who told you? Did you ever see the money orders? If you were offering this testimony in court, these are the kind of questions a cross examiner would ask you. Just ask Professor Coleman.

You are again offering up unsubstantiated allegations as truth.

Anonymous said...

"I was informed that the argument between Crystal and Reginald began because he wanted to use the money order to purchase beer or otherwise have a good time. Crystal, on the other hand, wanted the money orders to go towards paying the rent."

Who informed you?

If you were to offer up this as testimony in court, it would be hearsay.

Again, you offer up an unsubstantiated allegation as truth.

Anonymous said...

"Taking a look at the Certificate of Death for Reginald Daye, a public document, you will notice that the immediate cause of death is listed as 'pending.'"

Sidney, if you have ever done an autopsy, and I have, you would know that even immediately after the autopsy a cause of death may not be apparent. Whoever performs the autopsy not only has to examine the body and internal organs, he has to take tissue samples from many organs. Even that may not reveal immediately a cause of death. I did an autopsy once in which the deceased had metastatic cancer in just about every organ in his body. The primary site was never determined.

Here, you show only your medical naivete.

Anonymous said...

"This death certificate was dated April 18, 2011, the day that Crystal Mangum was indicted by the Grand Jury for premeditated murder."

Sidney, this was a legal determination. It was decided by the Grand Jury, probably on the basis of Mr. Daye's statement to the police that his girlfriend stabbed him and took his money, the identification of Ms. Mangum was his girlfriend, that there was reason to believe she had committed a murder and should be tried.

There was more probable cause there than Mr. Nifong ever had to believe the innocent Lacrosse defendants had committed rape.

Anonymous said...

"The brass knuckles and his criminal record, in conjunction with his apparent problems with alcohol, and allegations from my sources relating multiple instances of the physical abuse of females, entertains the likelihood that Crystal Mangum’s actions were borne out of self-defense."

So the allegations of abuse of females come from your sources, not from Mr. Daye's criminal record.

How do you know that brass knuckles were confiscated from Mr. Daye's apartment? If this was stated in the police report, why did you not publish the police report. Considering Ms. Mangum's history of violence, which predated the false accusations of rape against the Duke Lacrosse players, there is a possibility they belonged to Ms. Mangum.

Again,you do seem to be offering unsubstantiatd allegations as facts.

Did you ever ask your friend Professor Coleman if unsubstantiated allegations had any legal weight?

When Mr. Cooper made his statement, he did offer up evidence to support his belief, a published report of the findings of his investigation.

Anonymous said...

"That Daye was stabbed by Mangum is not in dispute, but that he died by her hands most vigorously is."

This is something you should discuss with your friend Professor Coleman>

Reginald Daye may have died from a complication or from a medical error (and not all medical errors are negligence). But would he have been at risk of a medical error or a medical complication had Ms. Mangum not stabbed him?

Even if a medical error or a medical complication happened, it would not relieve Ms. Mangum of the responsibility for Mr. Daye's death.

Here is an example of a medical error not due to negligence:

a post op patient has pain.That patient is given Talwin(I don't know if Talwin is still in use but it was when I was a resident). The patient goes into narcotic withdrawl.

The patient, however, pre operatively concealed he was a narcotic addict. It was his own deceit, not medical negligence which caused the error.

Anonymous said...

"To charge Ms. Mangum with the murder of Reginald Daye is outlandish, and to charge her with two counts of larceny for money orders which she purchased is a joke."

In spite of your delusions of grandeur and your unsubstantiated allegations, that is for the court, not you, to determine.

Your previous track record is, if a court or tribunal decides something which you dislike, you label it a "kangaroo court".

You have no legal authority to do so.

Anonymous said...

" The Carpetbaggers need to take charge of their own dirty work when it comes to inflicting punitive retribution against Mangum, Nifong, et al… we Tar Heelians, and Durhamians, in particular, need to immediately cease and desist from doing it for them."

This mention of the "carpetbagger jihad" is an appropriate way to end this blog post. The "carpetbagger jihad" is another unsubstantiated allegation you have never been able to prove.

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Anonymous said...

Sid,
1. You lied about and misrrepresented Mr. Daye's criminal record. I have it printed out, in front of me now. He had ONE actual conviction in 1988 for a misdemeanor. All other charges that were ever made (three in 86 around one incident) and four in 88 around on incident involving a female) were DROPPED> You lied.
2. You have lied and manufactured your "sources" as usual. Bull hockey. You know nothing.....but what you read in the media and then you attempt to put your usual racist half-baked spin in play as though ANY of us give one hoot what you think. Liar.
3. You just cannot accept that Sister Survivor is a convicted criminal, with a record that pre-dated the lacrosse party, a documented history of being violent toward others, an apparent sperm bank, and one lousy mother.
4. You don't know diddly-squat about criminal proceedings, burden of proof, the State Bar and Code of Ethics for attorneys in practice in NC.
5. Your rantings are getting more boring by the minute. Nobody gives a damn,Sid. Go sue Duke. We can't wait.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy kilgo shows yet again he is incapable of meaningful comment.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, this a really bad joke that you try to pass off this compilation of undocumented allegations and outright lies as "What really happened between Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye the morning of April 3, 2011."

Anonymous said...

"So, the page containing the assault charges on it has a "... middle name of Douglas and a birth date which differs from Reginald Eugene Daye, so this might be a different individual who shares the same first and last names."

There are two Reginald Daye's in Durham, one who is dead at age 46, one who is age 35.

I became aware of that after Sidney claimed the dead Reginald Daye had a criminal record. I always wondered if Sidney would try the younger Reginald Daye's record off as the dead Reginald Daye's record.

Anonymous said...

Did Sid misrepresent Mr. Daye's record?
Yep, he sure did. In fact, Sid flat out lied about the record for Mr. Daye. I checked the full name and the birth dates BEFORE I got the record, to make certain. To represent as FACT that Mr. Daye was some kind of violent, female beating, drunken lout who was unemployed and sucking off Mangum's , er, "dancing" income is nothing more than a racist mean-spirited and, frankly, false bucket of lies, half truths, baseless claims and nonsense. The TRUTH is that NONE of us know what happened that night, in full, and it is up to a jury to eventually determine guilt/innocence. Certainly not Sid the Ego crackpot who thinks us lemmings are just too damn dumb to see through his rantings.
Sid claims his amazing mysterious"sources" apparently were in the apartment that night, amidst the couple when the argument broke out, that the sources evidently saw money orders (must have been hanging out with Sister Survivor), that the sources were able to determine Mangum's tax refund status (guess what, another lie.....), etc. amazing, isn't it!
Get a grip, Sid. Your boring us, big time.....

Anonymous said...

I knew a couple of guys in college. A had accomplished some notable things. B had not. B tried to take A down. Why I'll never know. I believed at the time B was jealous of A and he felt the need to show the world that, in spite of A's accomplishments he, B was the better man.

In spite of causing A some difficulty, B did not come off looking like the better man. He came off as jealous and petty.

I believe that might be Kigo, i.e., someone who has never accomplished anything inhis life and who resents people, like the Lacrosse players, who have.

It is pitiful that kilgo would rather tear people down rather than build himself up into someone.

Anonymous said...

Hey Sid, after reading your last post, all I can say is:


Liar,


liar,


pants


on


fire.

Anonymous said...

little squirm wormy kilgo said Sidney would deliver some ace reporting.

this last report is more like something from a bad joker.

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Walt said...

Let's look at the key points Syd raises, there aren't many.

1) Reciprocal discovery. This is Nifong's latest attempt to lie his way out of responsibility. The defense, very early in the case offered to let Nifong see their alibi evidence. Nifong turned them down. An alibi defense is one area where there is reciprocal discovery in a criminal case, and Nifong declined. That's on him.

2) Exculpatory evidence. Syd and Nifong like to say that Nifong did turn over evidence, but deny it was exculpatory. This is not new and Syd hewes to the prosecutor's standard line that exculpatory is limited to proof of innocence. In fact, exculpatory does not have to be proof of innocence, merely it needs to support a defense. In this case, the evidence offered did support a defense, that is a different explanation of the event. The DNA evidence also voids the prosecution's sole means of identifying the perpetrator, if one believes Crystal when she says she was raped.

Now, let's turn to the murder at hand, a real crime. I won't presuppose guilt, so I will only address that which Syd has raised. I have had a copy of Daye's criminal history for weeks now. He's not a choir boy, but he's not a criminal either. One DUI that looks like it stuck. One simple assault case that looks like it didn't amount to much. Very pale when compared with Crystal's felony record. If that's the way Syd wants to go, then that's his choice. I wouldn't hold that against Crystal though. It's unclear how much control she has over Syd.

Syd did float an interesting theory of the case for the defense, namely that Crystal didn't steal the money, it was her's in the first place. Interesting. That one bears some consideration. It does not excuse Murder in the First Degree, or more likely Murder in the Second Degree, but it's interesting. Of course, even if true, a property crime does not warrant killing someone.

Walt-in-Durham

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Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo again runs away from the truth while showing he is totally incapable of meaningful comment.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo shows us that he, like Sidney, hates the innocent Lacrosse players because they did not rape Crystal Mangum.

Anonymous said...

"Before explaining what happened during the wee hours of April 3, 2011, let’s review the events which led up to the encounter… "

Sidney, as is your wont, you haven't explained anything.

Anonymous said...

"[Mr. Nifong] handed over nearly 5,000 pieces of evidence to each of the three teams of defense attorneys."

He would not have been convicted of withholding exculpatory evidence had he included that evidence in the "nearly 5,000 pieces of evidence" he did hand over.

Anonymous said...

"[T]he basis of the prosecution’s case was not DNA."

Which means Mr. Nifong wanted to ignore the forensic evidence which showe no crime had happened.

This actually is proof that Mr. Nifong conducted a wrongful prosecution.

Anonymous said...

"What is not false is that when Mr. Nifong sought reciprocal discovery from the defense attorneys, he was rebuffed, ignored."

It is false that Mr. Nifong sought reciprocal discovery. As Walt says, Mr. Nifong tried to duck reciprocal discovery.

Anonymous said...

"[T]he media began in earnest its ambitious quest to mislead the populous into believing that the boys were by legal determination found to be innocent."

Here Sidney ignores the fact that Mr. Nifong engaged in a media campaign outside the courtroom, to convince the Durham populous that Duke Lacrosse players were guilty, something an ethical DA does not do.

Anonymous said...

"Apartment hunting was fruitless as well, especially with the arson tag deceitfully affixed to her by Durham police."

Sidney, Crystal was not found not guilty of the charge, which would give apartment owners pause. Besides the hung jury on the arson charge, there is the fact that Crystal did have a history of violent criminal behavior unrelated to the false rape allegation.

Anonymous said...

"Furthermore, the media had the audacity to intimate that grounds existed to charge Ms. Mangum – supposedly with filing a false report."

Sidney, you would not have said this unless you did believe that the Lacrosse Defendants were guilty of raping Crystal.

Anonymous said...

"[B]y the spring of 2011, Crystal was desperate to find lodgings for herself and her family."

She might have better off if not for her enablers who, out of spite for the innocent, exonerated Lacrosse defendants, had her maintain the fiction that she was a victim of rape.

Anonymous said...

"Around April 3, 2011, Crystal, using her money, purchased two money orders..."

Who told you it was her money - the same people who told you all your other unsupported allegations?

Anonymous said...

"According to records from the court, Daye had approximately fifteen charges against him, including two for assault… one victim in particular identified as being a female."

Walt in Durham has shown that is a false allegation, just like Crystals allegation that she was raped by members of the Duke Lacrosse team.

Anonymous said...

"That Daye was stabbed by Mangum is not in dispute, but that he died by her hands most vigorously is."

Of course it is. That has to be decided by a court of law. Sidney Harr has no authority to declare her innocent.

Anonymous said...

[W]e Tar Heelians, and Durhamians, in particular, need to immediately cease and desist from doing it for them.

A lot of you "Tar Heelians, and Durhamians" supported an unconstitutional unfair trial to wrongfully convict three innocent Duke Lacrosse players.

Sidney, via his lies and unsupported allegations, still tries to create the false impression that those Lacrosse players are guilty.

Anonymous said...

Of course, most "Tar Heelians, and Durhamians" recognized, without any outside influences, that Mr. Nifong was conducting a wrongfoul(sic) prosecution and supported Mr. Cooper's belief that the accused were in fact innocent.

Anonymous said...

And, of course, most "Tar Heelians, and Durhamians" realize that you, Sidney, are full of hate towards the Lacrosse players because they did not rape Crystal Mangum.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo said:

"Walt in Durham, so called "lawyer",

are you here to educate all us dumb niggers(sic)?"

Said little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo is incapable of educating anyone on anything except maybe racist hate.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo is the only individual who has used the word "n----r".

So who is the racist?

Anonymous said...

from little wormy squirmy quacko kilgo:

"'Mike Nifong is another miscreant. He lied to the public about what happened. He, if you believe him, never read his own file, yet he made multiple public statements that sounded like he was very familiar with the facts of the case. Nifong lied to the court, not once but twice. Nifong was disbarred for violating his duty as a prosecutor and he was, properly jailed for lying to the court. He most assuredly got what he deserved.'

Walt-in-Durham"

Walt-in-Durham has given a much more accurate description of Mr. Nifong's activity in the Dukefalse rape case.

Anonymous said...

The only people apparently "dumb" are those who try to pass off their "opinions" as FACTS. That certainly includes Kilgo, whoever you are, and the Ego King, Sid. I have no idea what race you are and I don't give a damn. Your CHARACTER is in question here, NOT your race, if you think you can preach opinions as facts, claim ghost "sources", revise history and have us all accept your rantings. Sid lied about Daye's record, which I find to be perfectly consistent with Nifong's behavior. Nifong lied. Sid lied. And I am certain both will lie again. White, black, brown, purple or plaid....race matters not...liars come in all colors.

Anonymous said...

I should have said that Walt has given a much more accurate description of Mr. Nifong than Sidney Harr has.

The Great Kilgo said...

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Well all the other Nigger Hating

Habitual Liars are up early today.













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Anonymous said...

You are not "great", kilgo. Just sad and pathetic. Falling back on the race argument, using a hateful race word, offering nothing but the same old tired bleating sound of poor little Mangum, poor little Nifong, poor little Kilgo. Keep it up...if it works for you, wallow in your own delusional self pity.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo again refers to African Americans as "n----rs", an epithet which Sidney claims falsely was directed at Ms. Mangum on the night of 13-14 March 2006.

Anonymous said...

Nifong lied and Daye died.

Anonymous said...

Three times in this particular set of comments, little wormy squirmy quacko kilgo refers to African Americans as "n----rs".

No other poster has used that epithet.

Sidney, when are you going to call out little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo for the multiple times he has used this racial epithet to describe African American people?

Anonymous said...

"Nifong lied and Daye died."

And Sidney tries to pass off a collection of lies and unsubstantiated allegations as "What really happened between Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye the morning of April 3, 2011."

Anonymous said...

To my previous comment I add,
Sidney has also said truth is a defense to libel.

What will happen if Mr. Daye's family sues him and his ISP for libel.

Anonymous said...

Sidney's ISP, are you following any of this?

Anonymous said...

"That Daye was stabbed by Mangum is not in dispute, but that he died by her hands most vigorously is."

De facto, Sidney, you admit the Durham Police had probable cause to believe he had assaulted Mr. Daye with a deadly weapon.

Anonymous said...

OOPS! Correction:

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo used the epithet "n----r" to describe African American people only twice.

I still ask Sidney when are you going to call out that racist for using that epithet to describe African American people.

Contrary to the falsehood you promulgated, no Lacrosse player ever directed that epithet at Ms. Mangum.

Anonymous said...

I would also like to point out that Sid, or whoever, used a photo of Mr. Daye that was shown on the web site announcing his funeral. And, of course, Sid picked a particular image of Mangum to use, posed now beside Mr. Daye. You know the one, eyes are swollen up, looking (at least to Sid's racist eyes) as a sure sign she had been "punched repeatedly in the face". Anybody notice how Sid uses that phrase ALOT? Given that we don't know whether Mangum of the swollen eye photo looks like that for ANY particular reason, perhaps we can see through what Sid is trying to do....yet again. Anyway, I would suggest interested readers do a bit of searching at look at other recent photos of Mangum....like the one where she is sneering at the jail camera during last year's arrests, or, heaven help us, in the dark suit with the white shell, when she gave her infamous briefing about her book on the UNC campus. Now, that one was a hoot! In that one, she looks for all the world, like a flight attendant. Amazing how appearance changes, isn't it. And equally amazing how Sid selectively picks photos to supposedly enhance his phony bull hockey. Sid, if you want us all the believe you have a single shred of credibility, I'd suggest you own up to your creative photography behaviors.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, flight attendants. My apology for saying Mangum looks like a flight attendant. No self respecting attendant would appreciate it....

Anonymous said...

Once again, Ego Sid, I ask you the same question....what is your POINT in harping about Daye's past record? (even though you lied about it.....) Let's see, is the point that Daye had a big bad record before Mangum stabbed him, so de facto, he was at fault? Is the point that Daye had a record so therefore he was an evil drunken aggressive woman beating unemployed lout?
If the mere existence of ANY kind of record means the person with the record is automatically to blame, perhaps we ought to apply that same principle at the lacrosse party. Hmmmm???
So Daye had ONE conviction, a misdemeanor in 1988, and Mangum, well, her record is a bit more, shall we say, extensive....

If you want to fixate on criminal records, Sid, I suggest to do so on a consistent basis. Sister has one helluva nice rap sheet. (Oh yeah, I forgot, she always is the innocent framed victim.....)

Anonymous said...

Once again, Ego Sid, I ask you the same question....what is your POINT in harping about Daye's past record? (even though you lied about it.....) Let's see, is the point that Daye had a big bad record before Mangum stabbed him, so de facto, he was at fault? Is the point that Daye had a record so therefore he was an evil drunken aggressive woman beating unemployed lout?
If the mere existence of ANY kind of record means the person with the record is automatically to blame, perhaps we ought to apply that same principle at the lacrosse party. Hmmmm???
So Daye had ONE conviction, a misdemeanor in 1988, and Mangum, well, her record is a bit more, shall we say, extensive....

If you want to fixate on criminal records, Sid, I suggest to do so on a consistent basis. Sister has one helluva nice rap sheet. (Oh yeah, I forgot, she always is the innocent framed victim.....)

Anonymous said...

Sidney, I am aware of your situation regarding internet access. I am still wondering how you will react to kilgo's racist epithets.

I am wondering if you are going to say, kilgo is black so they are not really racist epithets.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"You mention in the 'flog' that there was a possibility that Daye had been rehired, but this info was left out in the written document. Why is that?"


If you carefully read the written blog, you will see that it is written the same as it was narrated in the flog. I use the written blog as a script for the narration in the flog, so they will usually be almost identical.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'Finally, in recounting the tale, the media goes to extreme lengths to shield the fact that racial epithets were hurled at Ms. Mangum by the partygoers.'

Sidney, again you have been caught in a lie.

One racial epithet was hurled at the party, at Kim Roberts. Ms. Roberts admitted she provoked the epithet by hurling her own epithet at a lacrosse player, a part of the story you admit."


Please provide me with the source that states Ms. Roberts hurled the first epithet... I never heard of such. What epithet did she use..? "Hooligan?" The Duke Lacrosse players repeatedly referred to the dancers using the "n-word." They did not single out Ms. Roberts, and even if they did, that does not make it right.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'The media, however, tried to represent before the public that Mr. Nifong had withheld evidence… especially vital exculpatory evidence. This was blatantly false and misleading.'

The court and the state bar decided Mr. Nifong did withhold exculpatory evidence.

That has more legal weight than your unsubstantiated allegations.

Just ask your friend, Professor Coleman.

In spite of all your allegations that Mr. Nifong was wrongfully convicted, neither you nor Mr. Nifong has been willing to prove that in a Court of Law.

The Lacrosse defendants are willing to go to court to prove Mr. Nifong's wrongdoing. Have you ever noticed that."


How can you even begin to give a scintilla of credibility to anything the North Carolina State Bar rules when during its history since 1933 it has only disbarred one prosecutor and that prosecutor is Mike Nifong. There are scads of other prosecutors whose actions have been far more egregious that that with which Nifong has been alleged to have done... And those other prosecutors have resulted in innocents being incarcerated for decades. The grievance against Nifong was nothing more than a charade... a kangaroo court... a bad joke.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'This statement fueled the flames of critics of Mike Nifong, and ushered in the despicable and malicious treatment against Nifong, Crystal Mangum, Nifong supporters, and others considered by the Powers-That-Be to be on the wrong end of the Duke Lacrosse case… a juggernaut which has come to be known as the 'Carpetbagger Jihad.''

Again you willfully promulgate a lie. Mrs. Evans made her statement in January of 2007, after Mr. Nifong's own unethical and wrongful comment precipitated the action taken against him.

I myself would have a bit of enmity if a rogue prosecutor charged my child with a felony without probable cause, tried to put my child in prison for 30 years just to pad his retirement benefits."


First of all, Mr. Nifong was not a rogue prosecutor. Secondly, he had probable cause... an eyewitnessed identified him at the beer-guzzling, stripper ogling party... debauchery for which the Duke Lacrosse team had a well earned reputation. Thirdly, the parents should look in the mirror and see who's really responsible for their son's disgraceful participation in the raucous party. Mr. Nifong didn't raise Dave Evans. Mr. Nifong is not responsible for Dave Evans's poor judgment in deciding to party hard.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'Around April 3, 2011, Crystal, using her money, purchased two money orders, one in the amount of three hundred, and the other for four hundred, as there was probably a five hundred dollar maximum limit. I was TOLD[emphasis added] that she wrote “rent” on the memo portion of the money orders, and used Reginald Daye’s name as its purchaser. The reason for using Daye’s name on the check was because he was the one listed on the rental agreement as the renter.'

Who told you? Did you ever see the money orders? If you were offering this testimony in court, these are the kind of questions a cross examiner would ask you. Just ask Professor Coleman.

You are again offering up unsubstantiated allegations as truth."


My sources told me about the money orders, which I presume are in the hands of the prosecutor(s). I suggest you ask him/her/them to see the money orders. I am as anxious to see them as you.

But don't you find it outrageous that she would be charged with larceny for two money orders for which she paid? Overzealousness... a trait of a dedicated Carpetbagger Jihadist.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"Nifong lied and Daye died."


An accurate example of the rationale and logic of hardcore Carpetbagger Jihadists.

Anonymous said...

Sid on April 27 "...he [Reginald Daye] was unemployed at the time."

Sid on May 9 "...there is the possibility that he was re-hired shortly before April 3, 2011"

I wonder what you're story will be in another 2 weeks?

I'm thinking the Daye family are due some "restorative justice"...

Anonymous said...

"An accurate example of the rationale and logic of hardcore Carpetbagger Jihadists."

Sidney, there is no carpetbagger jihad.

Anonymous said...

"But don't you find it outrageous that she would be charged with larceny for two money orders for which she paid?"

I find it outrageous that you keep claiming that Mangum paid for the money orders. How do you know? What is your proof? Do you have a receipt?

If the money orders had Daye's name on them, then the burden to prove that someone else purchased them is on those claiming he didn't.

Anonymous said...

"But don't you find it outrageous that she would be charged with larceny for two money orders for which she paid? Overzealousness... a trait of a dedicated Carpetbagger Jihadist."

Sidney, there is no carpetbagger jihad. How do you know she paid for the orders? Why should anyone believe you?

Anonymous said...

"My sources told me about the money orders, which I presume are in the hands of the prosecutor(s). I suggest you ask him/her/them to see the money orders. I am as anxious to see them as you."

In other words, what you say about the money orders is just another unsupported allegation.

I ask again, why should anyone believe you?

Anonymous said...

"First of all, Mr. Nifong was not a rogue prosecutor."

Yes he was. Your unsupported opinions do not change what was proven in court.

Anonymous said...

"Please provide me with the source that states Ms. Roberts hurled the first epithet... I never heard of such."

It is in "Until proven Innocent", somewhere between page 15 and 20I believe. Months ago one of your Nifong lovers cited this particular page as proof of racial epithets.

You have probably never heard it because you consider KC Johnson a carpetbagger jihadist, even though he was exposing Mr. Nifong as a rogue prosecutor before Mrs. Evans ever made her statement to 60 minutes.

Anonymous said...

"The Duke Lacrosse players repeatedly referred to the dancers using the 'n-word.'"

No they did not. Get a copy of Until Proven Innocent and read it, if you are not afraid of it.

Anonymous said...

"How can you even begin to give a scintilla of credibility to anything the North Carolina State Bar rules when during its history since 1933 it has only disbarred one prosecutor and that prosecutor is Mike Nifong."

Mr. Nifong committed the grossest act of prosecutorial misconduct in North Carolina History. That is why he is the only prosecutor in NC History ever to be disbarred.

Anonymous said...

"Secondly, [Mr. Nifong] had probable cause... an eyewitnessed identified him at the beer-guzzling, stripper ogling party... debauchery for which the Duke Lacrosse team had a well earned reputation.

The Eyewitness was Crystal Mangum who identified a man with a mustache as her third assailant. David Evans never had a mustache.

There is no evidence that the party was a wild beer guzzling stripper ogling party. That is an allegation for which you have never offered corroboration.

According to the Coleman reoport(authored by your friend Professor Coleman), while the Lacrosse team, along with the rest of Duke University had ome behavioral problems, it did not have a "well earned reputation" for debauchery.

Ms. Mangum did not reliably identify David Evans. The ID procedure was improper and tainted. You offer up only unsupported allegations. Besides, the forensic evidence from the rape kit showed no evidence that a rape had occurred, something you do not wish to acknowledge or deal with.

It all adds up that Mr. Nifong did not have probable cause to prosecute any Lacrosse player for rape. Therefore his prosecution of David Evans was a wrongful, unethical prosecution.

You would not say Mr. Nifong had probable cause unless you believed David Evans guilty of raping Crystal Mangum.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, pardon the typo.

The page is somewhere between pages 15 sand 20, I believe.

I say again, get a copy of the book and read it, unless you are afraid of it.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, why should anyone "give a scintilla of credibility" to anything you say.

You offer as truth only unsupported allegations, some of them totally irrational, like your allegation of a carpetbagger jihad.

You have offered as truth a number of obvious lies.

Anonymous said...

"The grievance against Nifong was nothing more than a charade... a kangaroo court... a bad joke."

This is one of the lies you tell. The grievance against Nifong resulted from his blatant attempt to perpetrate the worst case of prosecutorial misconduct in North Carolina history.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, That David Evans was partying hard is another of your unsupported allegations.

Anonymous said...

"Thirdly, the parents should look in the mirror and see who's really responsible for their son's disgraceful participation in the raucous party."

David Evans' "disgraceful participation in the raucous party" is another of your unsupported allegations.

Anonymous said...

"They did not single out Ms. Roberts, and even if they did, that does not make it right."

What singled out Ms. Roberts, by her own admission, was that she directed a racial epithet at one of the Lacrosse players. Was that right? Was it right for kilgo to refer to African Americans as "n----rs"? You haven't weighed in on that.

Get a copy of UPI and read it, if you are not afraid of it.

Walt said...

Syd said: "First of all, Mr. Nifong was not a rogue prosecutor."

I agree. He was following a well worn path little different than that of his fellow prosecutors David Hoke and Debra Graves.

"Secondly, he had probable cause... an eyewitnessed identified him at the beer-guzzling, stripper ogling party..."

That certainly does not constitute probable cause to charge him with rape. In fact, no probable cause to proceed existed once Crystal failed to identify anyone and the DNA tests came back from the SBI lab.

Facts are difficult things.

Walt-in-Durham

Anonymous said...

"Mr. Nifong didn't raise Dave Evans."

That is obvious. David Evans is an honorable, ethical human being who never committed a crime.

Mr. Nifong is a rogue prosecutor convicted of multiple ethical violations and of criminal contempt of court.

Those convictions are a result of Mr. Nifong's attempt to commit the grossest case of prosecutorial misconduct in North Carolina history.

Anonymous said...

I say this again, Sidney. The only one at the party on the night of 13-14 March 2006 was Crystal Mangum.

Walt said...

Syd wrote: "But don't you find it outrageous that she would be charged with larceny for two money orders for which she paid? Overzealousness... a trait of a dedicated Carpetbagger Jihadist."

Overzealousness, perhaps. But a carpetbagger jihadist? It was Tracy Cline who authorized the charges.

Walt-in-Durham

Anonymous said...

Sidney, why do you refuse to condemn little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo for describing African Americans as "n----rs"?

Anonymous said...

Sidney, when you say you are not aware of any source that describes how Ms. Roberts initiated an exchange of racial epithets, you admit you have no real knowledge of what happened.

Why else is it that the only thing you have published are unsupported allegations and outright lies.

You fail to deal with the obvious truth that the action taken against Mr. Nifong which resulted in his convictions and disbarment was not the result of Mrs. Evans' statement to 60 Minutes

Anonymous said...

Sidney, have you noticed that no one other than little wormy squirmy quacko racist kilgo is supporting you any more?

And kilgo has shown on many occasions he is incapable of rational comment>

Anonymous said...

Sidney, I say there is no carpetbagger jihad because you have never offered any evidence to prove there is such a jihad.

Anonymous said...

I give the State Bar credibility in the Nifong disbarment because Mr. Nifong's misconduct was glaringly obvious before the State Bar or the Attorney General ever got involved.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko kilgo, we are now up to 104 comments and all you have been able to do lately is to call African Americans "n----rs".

Way to go kilgo.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, I admit to another typo.

The only one DRUNK at the party on the night of 13-14 March 2006 was Crystal Mangum.

Anonymous said...

little wormy squirmy quacko kilgo, we are now up to 106 comments. It's about time for more of your inane babble. Are you again going to call African American people n----rs?

Anonymous said...

To be clear, underage drinking is against the law and i think we all agree thst such drinking is endemic across tbe country in colleges. It doesnt make it ok; it is simply a fact of college life. Beer guzzling by legal age drinkers is NOT against the law. Neither is hiring or oogling strippers. To me, hiring strippers is shameful, degrading to women, disgusting and a lousy thing to do. But it is NOT illegal. I expect that the boys thete that night will forever regret their stupidity in hiring strippers. I hope so.
Thar said, there is not one shred of evidence to support Mangum's claims of rape. Not one. This is an old tired story and i, for one, am sick of reading Sid's same old hogwash. Sid is fixated. Nuff said.
Now we get more of the same. Sources that dont exist. Twisted revisionist history and lies about a dead man. Same old bull hockey. I would rather read the Grimm's fairy tales than this trash.

The Great Kilgo said...

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How about "simple-minded darkies" ?




Can you relate to that better ?







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The Great Kilgo said...

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"there is not one shred of evidence
to support Mangum's claims of rape."



Please tell that to the staff at Duke Hospital.






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The Great Kilgo said...

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You can save your breath

about incompetent SANE nurses,

and all the other usual fodder.







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Anonymous said...

No white man would ever want to have sex with Crystal Man-gum even if she paid them instead.It just isn't physically possible.That is proof there was no rape.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko hurls another racist epithet at African American people while running farther away from the truth and spouting off more meaningless babble.

Maybe he can walk and chew gum at the same time.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy quacko wacko racist kilgo also fails to show there is any evidence that Crystal Mangum was raped.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, ask your friend Professor Coleman if a prosecutor is justified prosecuting after he has admitted he has no evidence of a crime.

After forensic testing revealed no evidence of a rape, Mr. Nifong said that it meant only that no evidence was left.

He also suggested the Lacrosse players had used condoms. The medical record documented that no condoms had been used.

Anonymous said...

Kilgo, the "staff" at Duke Hospital who examined Mangum consisted of ONE uncertified improperly supervised SANE-in-training, as you very well know. She, in the Nifong hearing, admitted that she (a)changed her story when she met with Nifong, (b)that is INFERRED (subjectively) "rape" based on Mangum's complaints, (c) that she wrote down, THREE times the clear statement from Mangum that NO CONDOMS were used, and (d)that she had examined "a small number" of women who claimed to be raped. Your comment about the "staff" at DUH is once again false and misleading. DUH admitted, in the suits presently against them, that they had FAILED to properly supervise in SANE-in-training and that NO DOCTOR examined Mangum during the initial ED contact.
More Lies, Kilgo, more Lies.

Anonymous said...

little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo's comment about the DUMC er staff is nothing more than a de facto admission on his part that he knows nothing about the Duke false rape case.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'This death certificate was dated April 18, 2011, the day that Crystal Mangum was indicted by the Grand Jury for premeditated murder.'

Sidney, this was a legal determination. It was decided by the Grand Jury, probably on the basis of Mr. Daye's statement to the police that his girlfriend stabbed him and took his money, the identification of Ms. Mangum was his girlfriend, that there was reason to believe she had committed a murder and should be tried.

There was more probable cause there than Mr. Nifong ever had to believe the innocent Lacrosse defendants had committed rape."


My flog adequately stated that the accusation allegedly made by Daye about Mangum regarding larceny was false. First of all she did not take his money. She took money orders which she had purchased to cover rent.

Secondly, the record is plain that Reginald Daye did not die from stab wound that he received on April 3rd. He was clearly on the mend and ready for discharge when he went into a coma. The cause of death has not even been determined, so why the rush to charge Ms. Mangum with murder? Only because the state is carrying out the Carpetbagger Jihadist agenda. A disgrace.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'So, the page containing the assault charges on it has a "... middle name of Douglas and a birth date which differs from Reginald Eugene Daye, so this might be a different individual who shares the same first and last names.'

There are two Reginald Daye's in Durham, one who is dead at age 46, one who is age 35.

I became aware of that after Sidney claimed the dead Reginald Daye had a criminal record. I always wondered if Sidney would try the younger Reginald Daye's record off as the dead Reginald Daye's record."


Hope I didn't disappoint you. As you can see I noted the discrepancy in the middle names and birthdates and pointed them out to the viewer. I was not responsible for putting Reginald Douglas Daye's name on the record of Reginald Eugene's record.

Yet, but another example of objective and unbiased reporting on my behalf.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"Hey Sid, after reading your last post, all I can say is:


Liar,


liar,


pants


on


fire."


About what, pray tell, did I lie? The least you could do is present an example or two. At least I presented documents to backup my claims.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'[T]he basis of the prosecution’s case was not DNA.'

Which means Mr. Nifong wanted to ignore the forensic evidence which showe no crime had happened.

This actually is proof that Mr. Nifong conducted a wrongful prosecution."


The presence of DNA is not necessary for a criminal charge to be brought. In this instance, the prosecutor's case was based upon the victim's statements and what she saw. DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault.

Anonymous said...

"The presence of DNA is not necessary for a criminal charge to be brought. In this instance, the prosecutor's case was based upon the victim's statements and what she saw. DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault."

Sidney, in this case it was necessary to have the presence of DNA.

First off, something you refuse to acknowledge, the evidence did not incriminate the Lacrosse players. That in and of itself made it exculpatory. Just ask your friend, Professor Coleman. That it did not show them not guilty has no legal weight. Mr. Nifong's job, in case you have never heard of the presumption of innocence and the prosecutor's obligation, was to prove the accused were guilty.

The sexual assault which was alleged was a rape in which the perpetrators would have left evidence, including their DNA. No such evidence was found, meaning the DA's office did not establish probable cause that the crime had happened. That is exculpatory. I say again, just ask your friend, Professor Coleman.

Therefore, when Mr. Nifong proclaimed he would ignore the exculpatory evidence and prosecute anyway, he initiated a wrongful prosecution. That you wanted the Lacrosse players convicted does not establish probable cause.

Anonymous said...

"About what, pray tell, did I lie? The least you could do is present an example or two. At least I presented documents to backup my claims."

Sidney, you presented no documents to back up your claim that you were presenting "What really happened between Crystal Mangum and Reginald Daye the morning of April 3, 2011." All you did was present a series of uncorroborated allegations.

You lied when you said the Lacrosse team had a well deserved reputation for debauchery. The Coleman repory (you remember your friend Professor Coleman) found they did not.

You lied when you said racial epithets were hurled at Crystal Mangum.

You did not tell the complete truth when you talk about Crystal's identification of her alleged assailants. You do not mention that she was unable to describe Colin Finnerty. You do not mention she was unable to identify either Reade Seligman or David Evans on two previous lineup procedures. You do not mention that the lineup procedure was improperly conducted and tainted.

And you lied when you say Mrs. Evans initiated a carpetbagger jihad. You have never documented that such a jihad exists. You have only alleged that.

And, while you claim that the exculpatory evidence was not exculpatory, you admit you have not examined the evidence in the case. In this instance you have not told the truth.

All told, Sidney, you lack credibility and you are a liar.

Anonymous said...

"Hope I didn't disappoint you. As you can see I noted the discrepancy in the middle names and birthdates and pointed them out to the viewer. I was not responsible for putting Reginald Douglas Daye's name on the record of Reginald Eugene's record.

Yet, but another example of objective and unbiased reporting on my behalf."

Sidney, in view of your history of presenting unsupported allegations and lies as the truth, I believe you intended to offer some fabrication as Mr. Daye's criminal record. I believe you were deterred when a number of posters said they already had access to Mr. Daye's record.

Anonymous said...

"First of all [Crystal Mangum] did not take his money. She took money orders which she had purchased to cover rent."

With whose money did she purchase those orders? You have not documented it was her money. You have only made an unsubstantiated allegation.

Anonymous said...

"Secondly, the record is plain that Reginald Daye did not die from stab wound that he received on April 3rd. He was clearly on the mend and ready for discharge when he went into a coma"

Sidney, you do not know that unless you either had access to the medical record or saw Mr. Daye in the hospital. You say you got your information from sources which you refuse to disclose.

You made another unsupported allegation.

Anonymous said...

"Please provide me with the source that states Ms. Roberts hurled the first epithet... I never heard of such."

Sidney, please give us your source that documents that the Lacrosse players hurled racial epithets at Ms. Mangum.

While you are at it, tell us why you tolerate kilgo's use of racial epithets to describe African Americans.

Anonymous said...

"Only because the state is carrying out the Carpetbagger Jihadist agenda. A disgrace."

Sidney, present whatever evidence you have that this carpetbagger jihad exists.

Anonymous said...

Well, there you go!!! Sister Survivor has been granted bond of $500,000. Brad Cooper stays in jail three years and Mangum has the opportunity, yet AGAIN, to get out of jail. Wow! I guess Sid the Bleeding Heart King will just scurry right up to Durham and hustle up the bond money from Wahneeeeeema, Jackie, Tim T. and others. Come on, Sid, are you there yet with cash in hand to turn this "single mother, going to graduate school and just trying to support her children" loose? House arrest, my left foot. Sister violated the house arrest terms last summer and, against a court order, left the "house". So, look out Durhamites....Sister is gonna be on WRAL soon to tell us all how she was framed.

Anonymous said...

"DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault."

DNA lab evidence established that no crime had happened. Therefore it ruled out that anyone could have been guilty of committing the alleged crime. What do you not understand about that.

Anonymous said...

"If you carefully read the written blog, you will see that it is written the same as it was narrated in the flog. I use the written blog as a script for the narration in the flog, so they will usually be almost identical."

So they are both compilations of unsupported allegations and lies.

Anonymous said...

"As you can see I noted the discrepancy in the middle names and birthdates and pointed them out to the viewer. I was not responsible for putting Reginald Douglas Daye's name on the record of Reginald Eugene's record."

Maybe you should have mentioned in your blog that this part of the record might not belong to Reginald Eugene Daye. You did not. Is that an example of your honesty?

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, stop ducking behind the DUMC ER staff and explain the following:

How did a scratch on David Evans arm noted on a photo taken 10 days after an alleged assault implicate him in the assault?

How did the presence of DNA which might be David Evans DNA implicate him in the alleged rape of Crystal Mangum, especially when the DNA of 14 other males was also found on that fingernail?

How could the perpetrators of the alleged rape not leave behind evidence, including their DNA.

Why was forensic evidence of a rape not found on the rape kit?

Why was DNA matching any of the subjects NOT found on the rape kit?

Why did the only male DNA found on the rape kit match only males who were not members of the Lacrosse team?

Anonymous said...

Folks, we all know what Sid is and what he is doing. We know his character, his motives, and his mental/intellectual capacity. We know his prejudice, his bigotry, his hatred and his arrogance. We know his inflated ego, his falsehoods, his misdirections and his self-congratulatory style. And, most of all, we know he is not remotely interested in the TRUTH if it does not jibe with his version of reality. Keep it up, Sid. You keep us all posted on your Duke attack. We can't wait! Oh, and by the way, how's that reinstate Fong campaign coming along? And, are you at the jail yet with the bond money for Sister?

The Great Kilgo said...

...



Round and round they go.



On and on and on.




We are convinced now.



With 100 % certainty.





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Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Sydney? said...

Anon @ 8:12 AM - And, are you at the jail yet with the bond money for Sister?

Crystal is being held w/o bail.

The FoCM couldn't get her out if they wanted to (and had the money).

Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Sydney? said...

Anon @ 8:03 AM - especially when the DNA of 14 other males was also found on that fingernail?

Also especially that CGM's DNA was not found on the nail.

Anonymous said...

well, WRAL is running a story right now that her bond is set at 500K. That doesn't mean she is out because somebody (Sid? Wahneeeema, Jackie?) has to post/guarantee. but, according to WRAL, bond has been set....

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, as expected, ducks anfd runs again.

Anonymous said...

All those who think the Group of 88 plus Sid, Jackie and Jesse....are having a car wash fund raiser to collect $$ for Sister's bail, raise your hand!! When she was a poster child for their "white people are evil, black people are victims, yellow people are good at running convenience stores and brown people know how to mow lawns" campaign, they were ALL tucked in behind Sister. Now that Sister has apparently messed up, yet again, it's gettin' kinda tough for Kool Sid and the Gang to use her for the "white privilege" speeches. Jesse, where ARE you????? Wahneeeeeema,Jackie? Pony up, Tim T. Sister needs some bucks.....

Anonymous said...

Sidney's concept of probable cause goes this way:

A crime is alleged. But there is no evidence of the crime. Sidney says the accused can not prove they did not commit the crime and not leave evidence. Therefore,they must be charged and bound over for trial.

Sidney, who gave you whatever lega knowledge you might have. I do not think it was your friend Professor Coleman.

The guy who is representing you in your lawsuit against Duke is the fool.

Anonymous said...

"DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault."

Sidney, what ruled in the Lacrosse players as being guilty of the alleged sexual assault which was a rape in which the perpetrators would have left evidence?

Crystal Mangum's allegations were not credible. Her identifications of her alleged assailants were not reliable and were the fruit of a poisoned tree, an improperly conducted tainted lineup. The Medical exam revealed no findings consistent with rape. The nurse acting like a SANE was actually a SANE-in-training who had almost no experience doing forensic exams.

I remind you again, in a criminal case, the prosecutor has the obligation of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The defense has no obligation to prove or disprove anything.

That is, unless the defense offers an affirmative defense like an alibi. Then the defense would have to prove the alibi. Just ask your friend Professor Coleman.

In this case, in violation of reciprocal discovery, Mr. Nifong refused to consider alibi evidence.

The Great Kilgo said...

$$$






The Lacrosse Degenerates

Stole Her Money.







$$$

Anonymous said...

little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo again runs away from confronting the truth.

Anonymous said...

It seems little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo requires an awful lot f space to say nothing.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Kilgo, you poor thing....why don't you join Sid and the Gang and run down to the jail and put up Sister's bond? Hmmmmmm? I am just sure that Sister will behave herself and not run afoul of any laws, or anything. So, Kilgo, put your money where your bigotry is and go rescue Victim Queen.

The Great Kilgo said...

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Feast on this lacrosse cranks:


"Daye's family told the judge that Mangum - who has previously been charged in another domestic violence case involving another boyfriend - is a menace to society.

"I just feel like my brother was the ultimate sacrifice to get her off the streets. That's the only way I can look at this and get through it, because there's no reason why he shouldn't be here," said Daye's sister Shantia Lawrence. "She was the primary cause, so we're asking that she not be released."

Assistant District Attorney Kelly Gauger also called Mangum dangerous.

"Ms. Mangum's record includes a history of assaultive behavior, domestic violence behavior, including situations where she would have been an aggressor herself," she said."




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Anonymous said...

No kilgo. I wont feast on it because it is a sad truth that this woman should never have been on the streets to harm anybody. So how you choke on it kilgo? How about you hold yourself responsible for mr daye's death? Choke on that kilgo.

Anonymous said...

Is





Sid





positng





as






Kilgo?

Anonymous said...

Could be.

Like little squirmy wormy wacko kilgo, Sidney ducks the truth.

Harris Supporter said...

The Lacrosse Degenerates Stole Her Money

Kilgo reminds us that the DPD's failure to investigate the theft allegation provides evidence that the DPD was attempting to frame defendants for a crime they knew had never occurred.

Misdemeanors by the players and felony obstruction of justice by DPD investigators.

Kilgo, which is worse?

The Great Kilgo said...

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I D I O T S









!!!

The Great Kilgo said...

^^^



To the Lacrosse Idiot who keeps waving

the Coleman Report around as the cardinal

document of Duke Lacrosse Team Behavior:


Please be advised this report has been superceded

by the advanced methodologies

of the recent Karen Owen Report.


Example of lacrosse player behavior data set:

The Subject dropping his pants whipping his dick out on countless
occasions: "Look...it's touching your leg for free right now!" Tom's quote:
"I tell all the girls, like 'hey girls' S*ck My D*ck' and their all like
'okaaayyy [high-pitched voice]!' and then I'm all like 'No, wait...
I have a giirrrrlllfrieeeennd!"


We would be glad to provide further documentation upon request.




^^^

Anonymous said...

Ah ha. So now we know that a porno narrative written by a coed to describe her escapades with men is the verifiable source of truth for kilgo. Of course kilgo doesnt remember that this l girl has subsequently recanted much ofmwhat she wrote,saying it was an attempt to be funny and to get publicity for herself. Come on kilgo. Cosmo magazine fodder? Even you can do better than that.

Funny though in all that owens dribble there is not ONE mention of forced sexual contact by any of those men

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, you really think a promiscuous is a better authority than a distinguished law school professor!

Why am I not surprised at this demonstration of your level, or lack thereof, of intellectual capability?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ May 12, 2011 4:00 AM:

You will have to bear with little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo. He has never recovered from revealing he never did know anything about the Duke case.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo throws up more irrelevancy in his attempt to run farther and farther away from confronting the truth.

Anonymous said...

I should have said:

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, you really think a promiscuous coed is a better authority than a distinguished law school professor!

Again, why am I not surprised.

Anonymous said...

"We would be glad to provide further documentation upon request."

little wormy squirmy has never documented anything in his persistent attempts to shield himself from the truth.

Anonymous said...

little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo:

Data from the Duke alleged rape kit:

No medical evidence of rape.

No evidence of rape on the rape kit.

No DNA from any suspect on the Rape kit.

DNA from other males found on the rape kit.

Crystal Mangum unable to reliably identify any Lacrosse player as an assailant.

Crystal unable to give a consistent account of what happened to her.

No witness to the alleged crime.

Mr. Nifong refusing to view alibi evidence.

Now, little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, duck, run, hide.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo believes that one obtains forensic evidence of rape not by testing the rape kit but by testing the victim's fingernails.

Or does little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo believe a woman can not be confirmed to be a rape victim unless she wears false fingernails?

Walt said...

Syd wrote: "The presence of DNA is not necessary for a criminal charge to be brought."

Correct, only in a limited sense. DNA provides a reliable means of identifying an assailant. In this case, the only reliable means.

"In this instance, the prosecutor's case was based upon the victim's statements and what she saw."

The problem with that theory is, Crystal's statements were inconsistent with the physical evidence and her identification[s] violated the DPD's own rules. The state had no admissable, or reliable evidence as to who might be the assailants, or when the rape took place, if it did at all.

"DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault."

That statement simply displays how little Nifong knows about the law, or how dishonest he is. Exculpatory evidence does not need to exclude the defendants from guilt, it is exculpatory if it goes to even one point of the state's burden of proof. Here, the DNA conclusively rebuts the state's flawed identification. That alone makes it exculpatory. However, the DNA evidence also is exculpatory to show that the crime (if any) was committed in a manner different from how Crystal described it. Evidence Rule 412(b). Thus, the DNA evidence is exculpatory on two grounds.

I've always said that in any room full of lawyers, Nifong was the least competent.

Walt-in-Durham

Walt said...

Syd wrote: "Secondly, the record is plain that Reginald Daye did not die from stab wound that he received on April 3rd."

I would like to know what legal and medical justification for that one.

Walt-in-Durham

Anonymous said...

The TRUTH, Sid, is that YOU, sir, do NOT know the exact immediate cause of Mr. Daye's death and neither do I, or anybody who post on the site, unless we are immediately eyeball privy to the entire medical record and the findings of the autopsy/forensic report. And, skippy, that does NOT include you. So, why don't you find something else to harp about because we ALL know you are blowing smoke out your posterior.
I know, I know,......you have "sources". Of course you do, Sid. It's time for Sid to take his medication...

Anonymous said...

Little wormy squirmy quacko kilgo, are you aware that Professor James Coleman is African American. In the past three days you have on at least three occasions used racial epithets to describe African Americans.

Is Professor Colenman's ancestry a reason why you attempt to discard his report in favor of the senior thesis of a promiscuous Duke coed?

Anonymous said...

Sidney, the account of Kim Roberts provoking the use of "n----r" is actually on page 29 of thw first edition of in UPI. It is in the second edition as well.

There is a lot of information on the party which shows it was not an orgy.

One Lacrosse player suggested the strippers use a broom. That was in poor taste. The only violence that ensued was Kim Roberts' attack on that Lacrosse player.

Read the book if you dare.

Anonymous said...

"DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault."

Again, Sidney says that what established probable cause is that the defendants could not prove that they did not commit a crime of which there was no evidence.

Sidney, it is res ipsa loquitur that you are a legal idiot.

Anonymous said...

Let's go through this again because it shows how deficient Sidney is as a legal scholar.

When confronted with the fact that there was no evidence of rape on the rape kit, Sidney says that a sexual assault could have happened without leaving evidence.

He says that the Lacrosse players could not prove they had not committed a crime that did not leave evidence.

So, according to Sidney, because the Lacrosse players could not prove themselves innocent of a crime which did not leave evidence, a crime which could possibly have happened, there was probable cause to arrest them, charge them with the crime and take them to trial.

Sidney, it is res ipsa loquitur you need someone who is a lot smarter than the guy who is currently representing you if you hope to win your lawsuit against Duke.

Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko kilgo, you live in a glass house.

If Sidney knows more about medicine than he does about the law, he might tell you what that means.

Anonymous said...

Just watched a video clip of the bond hearing for Mangum. Interesting. Her attorney wanted bond set at $100,000. The judge set bond at $500,000 secured with house arrest and electronic monitoring, noting that bond was granted because she is not being charged with capital murder. Her attorney claimed Mangum is terribly ill.....she missed a hearing last week because, according to her attorney, she had a backache. I am sure Sid has sources will tell us all about Mangum's ailments.
Still waiting for the 88ers to swoop down and pay the bond.

The Great Kilgo said...

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Reliable lacrosse crank sources:


KC Johnson.


QUACK

QUACK

QUACK


Walt in Durham
from the Negro Hating
Liestoppers

QUACK

QUACK

QUACK

James Coleman

Uncle Tom

QUACK

QUACK

QUACK

Anonymous Idiots

QUACK

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Anonymous said...

wow, kilgo.....you saying Professor Coleman is an Uncle Tom? Sid's best pal? Kinda embarrassing for Sid, isn't it.....

Anonymous said...

little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo again tries to shield himself from the truth.

run kilgo run
duck kilgo duck
quack kilgo quack

The Great Kilgo said...

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QUACK

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Anonymous Idiots



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Anonymous said...

little squirmy wormy wacko quacko again tries to hide from the truth.

He is under attack. His armor is tissue paper and balsa wood.

The only ammunition he has to fire back are duds.

How appropriate is that ammo for kilgo.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, aren't you at least a little bit offended by lttle wormy squirmy wacko kilgo calling your friend Professor Coleman Uncle Tom?

The Great Kilgo said...

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lttle wormy squirmy wacko kilgo


Thank you very much for your

gracious comments.


It pleases us to know

you confirm with every post

The Great Kilgo

is the One and Only Source

of Truth in this UnGodly Cesspool.




...

Anonymous said...

I'm curious....is the "Q" key on your keyboard completely rubbed off since you spend so much time offering us all the enlightened and intelligent Quacks?
Idiot I may be, Kilgo.....but at least I don't use the n word and call people like Professor Coleman an Uncle Tom. If that makes me an idiot, I am proud to be such.

Anonymous said...

Sid's ignorance finally blew up the Blogspot server!

Walt said...

Syd wrote: "Secondly, the record is plain that Reginald Daye did not die from stab wound that he received on April 3rd."

I would like to see your medical/legal justification for that theory.

Walt-in-Durham

Anonymous said...

Watch out, everybody. Incoming! Another barrage of marshmellows from little wormy squirmy wacko quacko kilgo.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what ugly prostitute Crystal Man-gum does all day in her cell.Probably fantasizes about being gang raped by white men who would never look twice at her in the first place.As a Duke ce-ed said at the time - those guys could get any girl they wanted,they would never have to stoop that low.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"'DNA lab evidence results were not exculpatory and did not rule out the defendants as being guilty of sexual assault.'

DNA lab evidence established that no crime had happened. Therefore it ruled out that anyone could have been guilty of committing the alleged crime. What do you not understand about that."


DNA evidence is not always left with a sexual assault, and is therefore its presence or absence is not necessary to prove or disprove that a sexual assault took place.


Note: I have been out of town and not had much access to the internet. That explains the paucity of replies to your comments. I will return home by mid-week. Hopefully, I will have a new flog ready by the weekend.

Anonymous said...

"DNA evidence is not always left with a sexual assault, and is therefore its presence or absence is not necessary to prove or disprove that a sexual assault took place."

In this case, in which the alleged victim said she was penetrated by and ejaculated upon by multiple, non condom using assailants, DNA was necessary to prove the crime had happened. Just ask your friend Professor Coleman.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, a lot of comments have been eliminated. I therefore repeat this.

Because the Lacrosse players could not disprove they had committed a crime which had left no evidence, they should have been arrested, charged and bound over for trial.

You are absurd.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, I remind you, how could Mr. Nifong have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the Lacrosse players had committed a crime for which there was no evidence?

How could he have proven a crime even happened.

Crystal's allegations were not credible.

Her identifications were not reliable and were the product of a tainted, improperly conducted lineup.

The Medical exam did not reveal any evidence of rape.

Again, your allegation of an out of control orgy are not documented.

Anonymous said...

"DNA evidence is not always left with a sexual assault, and is therefore its presence or absence is not necessary to prove or disprove that a sexual assault took place."

Give a few examples.

What does your friend, Professor Coleman, say about that?

Anonymous said...

"The perpetrator did not leave any DNA behind.

Too much time passed before the evidence was collected.

The evidence was improperly stored or handled."

From http://www.barcc.org/forensics/saf/faq/answers/

Did any of those conditions occur in the Duke phony rape case.

The assault described in the Medical record said multiple, non condom using assailants penetrated and ejaculated upon Ms. Mangum. In that scenario, how likely is that no DNA was left? Why don't you ask your friend Professor Coleman.

The rape allegedly occurred early in the AM of 14 March 2006. The rape kit was collected within a few hours.

Are you alleging Mr. Nifong and the SBI Crime lab mishandled the evidence. If so, what is the evidence of that.

No matter how ineffectively you try to spin it, Mr. Nifong had not established the occurrence of the crime.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, it is a matter of historical fact that men convicted of rape have been exonerated by subsequent DNA testing.

According to standards of prosecutorial ethics, a prosecutor's obligation is to establish the truth, and that takes precedence over any obligation to convict.

You seem to be saying that a prosecutor should not seek DNA testing in a rape case, even if that evidence would exonerate the accused, that a prosecutor should try to convict even if DNA evidence does not establish the occurrence of a crime.

I remind you that the alleged Duke rape was a crime in which DNA evidence would have been left.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, in the state of Texas, since 2001, 41 men convicted of felonies, have been exonerated by DNA testing.

That says that DNA testing, especially in rape cases, is a tool which can prevent wrongful convictions.

I say again, the rape alleged by Crystal Mangum was a rape in which the perpetrarors would have left DNA evidence. So what justifies you saying in this particular case that the lack of DNA evidence established nothing?

Anonymous said...

Sidney, look at the video on YouTube of the SANE testifying in Nifong's hearing. She says that she asked Mangum THREE times if the men used condoms. The replies could have been yes, no, or not sure per the SANE. Each of the three times, Mangum said NO, the men did NOT use condoms. The SANE testified that Mangum told her she was SURE they did NOT use condoms. Explain to us all, then, how multiple males, all penetrating and ejaculating upon and holding Mangum, in a tiny confined space could have POSSIBLY done all this without leaving ANY DNA? When Mangum was told that no DNA from the accusers was found in her, on her,......THEN, the liar once again CHANGED her story to fit the facts.....THEN, she began saying she wasn't sure that she had been penetrated. GIVE ME A BREAK! I don't know who is the bigger liar.....you or Sister Survivor.

Walt said...

Sydney, you wrote: "DNA evidence is not always left with a sexual assault, and is therefore its presence or absence is not necessary to prove or disprove that a sexual assault took place."

However, given that Crystal could not reliably identify anyone as a perpitrator, DNA was the only means of proving who did it, if a rape or sexual assault was committed.

Further, there was less evidence of a sexual assault or rape. No injuries consistent with a violent beating or struggle, let alone a rape were detected. No consistent story of how the crime took place. Several of Crystal's stories defy logic and physics. Quite simply, the state could not prove identity even if it believed her story and her story was not supported by a single piece of physical evidence.

Walt-in-Durham

Anonymous said...

"Often, women do not report sex crimes for days or weeks - washing much, or all, of the DNA evidence down the drain long before police and prosecutors can collect it. But not in this case. Here, the victim submitted to a "rape kit" examination only hours after what she said was the time of the alleged attack.

Often, rape is accomplished by fear, not force. But in this case, the crime alleged was brutal and barbaric. The accuser said, for instance, that her acrylic fingernails were torn off as she tried to defend herself.

And often, an attacker will use a condom precisely to destroy the chance that he will be caught via DNA. But here, the alleged victim made no mention of any of her attackers using a condom. (Also, while a condom might prevent organic DNA from being deposited on or around the accuser, it would have left its own trace evidence, especially if coated with spermicide. Here, it appears that no such evidence was found.)

For all these reasons, it seems very unlikely that if the attack alleged occurred, none of the attackers' DNA would have been collected from the accused's body or clothing - or from underneath her fingernails. D.A. Nifong has pointed out that the accusers' clothing could have protected them - but their hands, face, and necks likely remained exposed. What is the chance that the accuser would not have made contact with any of their hands, faces or necks if a brutal attack truly occurred?"

Sidney, this comes from he Rape That Never Was: Why, In Light Of The Lack Of DNA Evidence, The Case Against Duke's Lacrosse Team Should Be Dropped
By JONNA SPILBOR
Friday, Apr. 14, 2006

URL: http://writ.news.findlaw.com/commentary/20060414_spilbor.html

None of the reasons why no DNA would be recovered from a sex assault victim apply to Crystal Mangun's alleged rape.

So explain why Mr.Nifong was justified in prosecuting in the absence of DNA.

Anonymous said...

The question you should answer, Sidney, is how could this sexual assault, described as a rape, have taken place without evidence being left?

Anonymous said...

Folks,I ,for one, have come to the conclusion that Sid is not going to answer questions, not going to offer any evidence for his so-called theories, not going to ever reveal is vapor "sources", not going to admit that what he calls "facts" are anything more than his "opinions" and not going to admit that he is blind to hard evidence that directly contradicts what he persists in saying.
What is the point of commenting on this site? Why waste time?
I am not only bored with he and Kilgo, I am offended by their racist remarks and(lately) their outright smear of a dead man.
Good luck on the Nifong campaign, Sid. Oh, and on your law suit against Duke. I can't wait to hear the "progress".....
Disgusted Anon commenter signing off.....
P.S. Lest you dismiss me as yet another white blind bigot, my race is not white

Anonymous said...

Sidney, Crytal alleged a rape in which multiple assailants who did not use condoms had penetrated and ejaculated upon her.

That was the crime for which the three innocent Lacrosse players were indicted.

So answer, why did forensic exam of the rape kit reveal no evidence of rape?

Anonymous said...

This is from Liestoppers. It comes from the News and Obsefver:

"New suspect sought in rape

DURHAM -- Police issued an arrest warrant for a man suspected in a February rape in Trinity Park on Tuesday, days after DNA evidence exonerated another man they had charged with the crime. The suspect, Jeffrey Lamont McNeill, 30, also might be a suspect in a second Trinity Park rape earlier this year. The two assaults put residents of the neighborhood next to Duke University's East Campus on edge for weeks. They went door-to-door with wanted posters and composite drawings of the rapist, and some organized self-defense classes as a result. Police refused to elaborate on a poster they issued with McNeill's picture that said they were looking for him in connection with the "Trinity Park Sexual Assaults."

On Friday, after receiving the results of a DNA test, police released from the Durham County jail the man they had charged with one of the Trinity Park rapes. They said the evidence exonerated him - but matched McNeill. Leroy Samuels who has been in jail for more than three months with his bail set at $150,000 in connection with an assault on Green Street on Feb. 3. He was charged April 6 after several witnesses, including the victim, identified him as he stood near Broad and Main streets, blocks from the assaults.

On Friday, charges of first-degree rape, first-degree kidnapping, first-degree burglary and first-degree statutory sexual offense were dropped after the DNA test results were received from the State Bureau of Investigation laboratory.

'Results of DNA testing exclude the defendant as the perpetrator of this crime," prosecutor Mike Nifong wrote.'"

Sidney, why did Mr. Nifong choose to prosecute the Lacrosse players in the absence of DNA evidence?

Remember, in the alleged crime, if it really happened as described, the perpetrators would have left their DNA.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, there has been a lot in the news today about Mr. Sean Lanigan.

It is about a type of sexual assault in which evidence is invariably never left. That is a sexual assault which never happened, a Sexual assault which is fabricated.

In the Duke Rape case, the alleged rape of Crystal Mangum left no evidence(and the innocent defendants were charged with rape!. Readers, draw your own conclusions.

So, Sidney, explain again why Mr. Nifong's prosecution of those innocent men was not a wrongful prosecution.

I post things like this because Sidney either ducks them or makes a fool of himself by ridiculously outlandish answers.

Anonymous said...

Sidney, here is a quote from a story about a man convicted of rape then exonerated by DNA evidence:

"Though the DNA found on the victim was not [the accused's]’, prosecutors claim he still could have committed the crime without leaving a genetic print. They say the DNA is irrelevant because the rapist never penetrated the victim."

Crystal Mangum alleged she WAS penetrated by multiple assailants who were not using condoms.

I again ask, what justified Mr. Nifong's prosecution of the innocent Lacrosse players? As described, this crime could not have happened without the perpetrators leaving evidence. Your statement about DNA not being necessary in this case has no legal weight.

Nifong Supporter said...


Anonymous said...
"Sidney, a lot of comments have been eliminated. I therefore repeat this.

Because the Lacrosse players could not disprove they had committed a crime which had left no evidence, they should have been arrested, charged and bound over for trial.

You are absurd."

First of all, the only comments removed from this blog site are removed by commenters themselves. I have never removed a comment, period.

Regarding the Duke Lacrosse defendants, compare their case with the IMF director recently taken off a jet and arrested. He is in jail based solely on the word of an "alleged" victim. Not on DNA evidence. The case against him is not unlike that brought against the Duke Lacrosse defendants.

Anonymous said...

"Regarding the Duke Lacrosse defendants, compare their case with the IMF director recently taken off a jet and arrested. He is in jail based solely on the word of an "alleged" victim. Not on DNA evidence. The case against him is not unlike that brought against the Duke Lacrosse defendants."

The two cases are not at all relevant to each other.

Based on the way the alleged Duke crime was described in the medical record and in the indictments, there should have been evidence. Why do you say the absence of evidence did not rule out a crime. Your statement, with regard to the Duke false rape allegation, has no legal weight. There should have been evidence in the Duke case. There was none.

In the Duke case, the allegations of the accuser were not credible. Her identifications were not reliable and were tainted. In the absence of evidence, Mr. Nifong had no probable cause to prosecute. He prosecuted to win an election and to pad his retirement benefits.

Anyway, Sidney, you are ducking the questions which have been put to you.

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