JENKINS TAKES THE STAND IN HIS OWN DEFENSE FOLLOWING STUNNING VIDEOPosted by Jack Howser on Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 @ 1:19 pm.
RICHLAND CO.—There have been MANY amazing developments in the Jenkins case today, Tuesday, May 1, as the murder trial proceeds.
Briefly: an incredible video, filmed by one Tobi Pfoff of Olney who lives across the street from the Super 8 where Scott Earp, 23, was shot and killed after what amounts to a mob action event on November 20, 2011, was enetred into evidence today. Pfoff noticed the melee taking place across the way while she was playing Wii. After viewing as many as 30 people running around the parking lots of the motel and adjacent parking lot of the bar, Friday Nite Lites, she stepped outside and watched as the shooting took place—following Jenkins being literally mobbed by almost a dozen of the drunk, unruly group when they observed he had a gun.
Pfoff ran back into her house and got her cell phone when she saw and heard a gunblast, and subsequently filmed Scott Earp being tended to in the EAST FLOWERBOX—Capitalized because yesterday, every single one of the state’s witnesses declared he’d collapsed into the WEST FLOWERBOX. We sat there and listened with mouths agape while they all told a different story, lying about what they’d seen and how it went down.
In the video, a cop can be seen working on Earp trying to do chest compressions on him. When this was going on, Earp’s mother was giving the requisite sniffles at what she apparently believed were the appropriate places. It was disruptive…but not as disruptive as later, when the most stunning testimony of the day so far began from Jenkins himself, and she was audibly “losing air” (making “pssssshhhht” noises as loudly as possible) and continuing a droning commentary about each and every thing Jenkins said.
As only the second defense witness, Jenkins began putting all the pieces into place.He is coming across as a clean-cut, decent, All-American kid—in stark contrast to the Earps, whose criminal records speak for themselves. We’ll have details of Jenkins’ testimony later tonight, as well as what’s likely to be an incredible podcast (yes, we WILL be doing one tonight; we had a little setback yesterday that had nothing to do with the trial and had to be attended to, but we’re back in the saddle again today), so be checking back….this trial is certainly worth paying attention to, as it calls into question whether a person has the right to carry a weapon for his own protection, and under what circumstances most officials consider a “dangerous” one in which a person NEEDS protected.
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