Monday, December 03, 2007

AMEN!Serial KILLER Joe DUNCAN PLEADS GUILTY on all 10 charges!! YEAH!!!

Sex offender Joseph Duncan pleads guilty to killing three in deal with prosecutors!! Thank God Shasta gets spared from trial! The Groene Family thanks U all For your prayers! =^.^= PLEADS GUILTY ON ALL 10 CHARGES!!!!!! ANATOMY OF A PLEA DEAL Defense's Offer Joseph Duncan's lawyer offered in this letter to prosecutors that his client would admit to murder and molestation if the death penalty was taken off the table. The offer was rejected. State's Counter-Offer Prosecutors came back with a list of demands Duncan was to meet if he wanted to avoid trial, including facing the death penalty and not calling Shasta Groene to testify. Plea Deal Announcment Prosecutors announced a plea deal with Joseph Edward Duncan III on Oct. 16, 2006, the same day jury selection was slated to begin in his murder trial. Factual Basis Prosecutors submitted this vivid list of facts in the case to serve as a factual basis for Duncan's guilty plea. SHASTA GROENE FAMILY TRAGEDY •Oct. 16, 2006: Plea deal announced •Oct. 16, 2006: Jury selection canceled •Oct. 12, 2006: Shasta Groene deemed competent to testify •Oct. 6, 2006: Victims' father sues Joseph Duncan to prevent him from profiting off murders •Oct. 3, 2006: Prosecutors to seek death penalty By Emanuella Grinberg Court TV A 9-year-old girl was spared the ordeal of reliving her family's massacre after the man accused in the murders pleaded guilty Monday in a deal with Idaho prosecutors. On the day jury selection was supposed to begin in convicted sex offender Joseph Duncan's death penalty trial, Duncan instead pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of kidnapping for the deaths of Brenda Groene, 40, her son Slade, 13, and Brenda's boyfriend Mark McKenzie, 37, in May 2005. As the sole survivor of the attack, Shasta Groene was expected to testify as a key witness for the state. But the plea deal ensures that Shasta will not have to face the man she claims kidnapped and molested her and her 9-year-old brother, Dylan, after the murders. Duncan was arrested in July 2005 at a Denny's restaurant outside Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where a waitress spotted him with Shasta. Dylan's remains were discovered later at a campsite in Montana. "Because Duncan's guilty pleas cannot be withdrawn, Shasta will never be required to relive the events of 2005 in a courtroom," Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney William Douglas said in a press release. "This case has left deep scars, and hopefully, this agreement will bring justice and closure to our community." In an agreement reached over the weekend, Duncan, 43, will receive three consecutive life sentences on the kidnapping charges, which stem from the manner in which Duncan detained the victims before their deaths. His sentencing on the murder charges has been delayed until the completion of his case in federal court for crimes that allegedly occurred against Shasta and Dylan Groene after they were kidnapped from the family's home. Duncan could still face the death penalty when he is formally indicted in federal court. Duncan's federal public defender, Roger Peven, told that he expects an indictment later this week. As part of the agreement, Douglas also entered into the record a factual basis for the plea detailing the bloody crime scene that authorities discovered on May 16, 2005. "Slade was face down, dressed only in underwear. His head lay at the feet of his mother, Brenda," Douglas wrote. "His bludgeoned head lay in a blood pool." Both Brenda and Slade Groene were found lying face-down with their hands bound behind them with zip-ties. Brenda's feet were also bound with duct tape. "Beneath her head was a blanket saturated with blood and other skull matter," Douglas wrote. Mark McKenzie was also bound at the wrists and ankles with zip-ties. All three victims died from multiple blunt traumas to their heads. According to the document, Shasta told police that Duncan tied her up, tied up her 9-year-old brother, Dylan, and brought them outside, where she could hear McKenzie yelling in pain. She said she saw Slade walking around "acting injured." She said Duncan told her he had been staking out the family's home for at least two days before he launched his attack with the goal of abducting the two younger children. After Duncan's arrest, police seized several items from his rented Jeep Cherokee, including McKenzie's wallet, a bag of zip-ties, a sawed-off shotgun, handwritten letters signed Dylan and Shasta, a digital camera and a laptop. Douglas' agreement also requires that Duncan provide authorities with the encryption code to access secure files on the computer. "We're satisfied with the negotiated settlement that was reached on Mr. Duncan's behalf," Duncan's public defender, John Adams, told ~~Check out site 4 pics =^.^= ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PLEASE RESPECT,THANK,HONOR,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS,VETS,FIRST RESPONDERS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-)

Sen. LARRY CRAIG: ITS RAINING MEN! What do Larry & Ted Haggard have in common? SAME GAY HOOKER!OMG!

: 8 Men Claim Encounters With Craig BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Eight men say they either had sex with Sen. Larry Craig or were targets of sexual advances by the Idaho lawmaker at various times during his political career, a newspaper reported. One of the men is the former escort whose allegations disgraced the Rev. Ted Haggard, former president of the National Association of Evangelicals, the Idaho Statesman reported Sunday. The newspaper identified four men and reported details of the encounters they say involved Craig. It also reported the accounts of four other men who did not agree to be identified but who described sexual advances or encounters involving the conservative Republican, who opposes same-sex marriage and has a strong record against gay rights. Craig pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after being accused by an undercover officer of soliciting sex at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport and later called a news conference to deny that he is gay. The newspaper acknowledged that its report was not based on definitive evidence but said it also found no evidence to disprove the accounts of the four identified men. It said it reviewed the senator's travel records, which put him where the sex is alleged to have taken place, and did background checks on those making the allegations. Craig and members of his staff declined to comment to the newspaper. But in a statement e-mailed to The Associated Press on Sunday, the senator said the newspaper's report was "completely false" and he accused the paper of careless journalism. "It is unfortunate that the Idaho Statesman has chosen to continue to lower itself to the standards of what can best be described as tabloid journalism," Craig said in the statement. "Despite the fact the Idaho Statesman has decided to pursue its own agenda and print these falsehoods without any facts to back them up, I won't let this paper's attempt to malign my name stop me from continuing my work to serve the people of Idaho." The report is the Statesman's latest on allegations about Craig's sexual background since his June arrest in an airport men's room sex sting operation was reported in late August. Statesman Editor Vicki Gowler said the newspaper spent several months checking the backgrounds and details of the men's stories. "We believe it's important for you to know what we've learned and to hear the men's own words," Gowler said. Two of the identified men and one of the unidentified men told the newspaper they had sex with Craig. One of the men identified in the report, Mike Jones, 50, described as a former male escort, was the focus of the sex scandal involving Haggard, the disgraced leader of Colorado's New Life Church. Jones said Craig paid him $200 for sex in late 2004 or early 2005. The encounter took place at a studio apartment in downtown Denver, Jones said. Jones told the Statesman that he did not recognize Craig until his arrest made the news. The newspaper reported that Jones went on the record after Craig appeared in a television news report in August to address the arrest and his future in politics. Jones has written a book about his experience with Haggard and acknowledged to the Statesman that his allegation about Craig might help sales. A message left for Jones by The Associated Press through his publisher Sunday evening was not immediately returned. Current phone numbers could not be found for the three other men identified in the Statesman's report. Amid pressure from top GOP leaders in Washington, Craig announced his intent to resign from the Senate. He later changed his mind, deciding to finish out his term, which expires in January 2009. He is also appealing in Minnesota courts to have his guilty plea overturned. The undercover police officer who arrested Craig said the senator moved his foot next to the officer's foot and tapped it in a way that indicated he wanted sex. He also alleged the senator sent a signal by swiping his hand under the divider between men's room stalls. Craig has said the officer misconstrued those motions. =^.^= PLEASE RESPECT,THANK,HONOR,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS,VETS,FIRST RESPONDERS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-)