Hi everyone! Anyone know when we might expect to hear anything? Curious if any potential timeline updates have been given to family or to potential witnesses?
Dateline episode tonight.... https://www.facebook.com/datelinenbc/videos/759254798212480/
I'm here too. Just saw the Dateline episode that came out last night.
Hi Lex - Any thoughts on who the new witness could be?
Heya still here
Hey Georgia! I wish I knew who but am excited to hear there is a new witness!! According to the Dateline episode the trial could be happening this fall. Anyone know more specific details on when?
I pop in every once in a while just to see if anything’s happening. I missed the Dateline episode. Was it good? What did I miss?
@bustersmom Here was the only thing I heard that was new........ "Ryan’s attorneys say they have someone in Ocilla who will back up their version of the crime. So a witness said that Bo confessed to Tara’s murder? John: yes yes Ash: yes. That could be huge. Yes very huge. Do you plan on using this witness? Yes"
I missed Dateline episode, anyone have time to provide highlights? My On Demand service is not allowing access to any shows, continues to freeze up.
It’s on the Dateline podcast now. Nothing new really except the above post re new witness.
Has any one heard any updates ? Ryans trial must be due to proceed soon ?
Who knows how long it will be with all the crazy shit going on in the world.
Is there any documents that go with this that can be viewed? There are a lot of people listed at the bottom that I don't know their connection! Very Intereting!
I don't have a copy of the filed briefs and I'm not sure what kind of access the public has to them. You can create an account here, http://trial.gasupreme.us/ and see if it's possible to file a request for copies of any pleadings that have been filed so far. Amicus briefs (amicus curiae), _literally means friend of the court_, and they're usually filed by an outside party that has a specific interest in the issue at hand. The following definition that I copied and pasted below will do a much better job of explaining than I ever could. _A person with strong interest in or views on the subject matter of an action, but not a party to the action, may petition the court for permission to file a brief, ostensibly on behalf of a party but actually to suggest a rationale consistent with its own views. Such amicus curiae briefs are commonly filed in appeals concerning matters of a broad public interest; e.g., civil rights cases. They may be filed by private persons or the government. In appeals to the U.S. courts of appeals, an amicus brief may be filed only if accompanied by written consent of all parties, or by leave of court granted on motion or at the request of the court, except that consent or leave shall not be required when the brief is presented by the United States or an officer or agency thereof._ I would love to see what Patrick Mulvaney from the Southern Center for Human Rights has to say on the matter. I think his brief would be an interesting read.
Thanks @southga hope your well