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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Sun May 29, 2011 11:18 am

Because of the speedy trial issue any deferral needs to have the consent of the defendant.



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Post by SueDB » Sun May 29, 2011 11:25 am

Because of the speedy trial issue any deferral needs to have the consent of the defendant.Damn, are those pesky facts getting in the way?


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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Sun May 29, 2011 11:42 am

Because of the speedy trial issue any deferral needs to have the consent of the defendant.Damn, are those pesky facts getting in the way?In this case its the pesky technicalities Constitution.



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Post by Paul Lentz » Sun May 29, 2011 1:00 pm

Thank you, Loh. Makes sense to me. Anyone in disagreement?Did she have to actively accept this stet deal? Or could it have been imposed by the court without her approval?All the stets I've seen have involved some agreement to it by the defendant. I'm not sure it's strictly necessary, since the defendant admits no guilt and surrenders no rights. The state couldn't get its way around your right to speedy trial by extending and then withdrawing stet offers. The "don't break the law for six months" provision probably requires the defendant to agree to it, although I suppose the prosecution could offer a "don't break the law for six months and we dismiss" in correspondence, then move to stay the proceedings, then dismiss. Why would they, though? If they're prosecuting someone who broke the law, they wouldn't want to offer to dismiss without some assurance that the asshat they're letting off won't just turn around and break the law the moment they walked out the door.Addy, I don't disagree at all with Loh's characterization, but will only supplement it:The stet agreements with which I am familiar have run for various period of time (i.e., some for 6 months, some for 12 months, some for 24 or even 36 months). In all cases, there were regular 'reviews' (status checks) scheduled by the court at 6 month intervals to determine whether a) the defendant was, in fact, in compliance with the terms of the agreement, and b) whether or not the state wished to continue the agreement (and the period during which the behavior would be monitored if, in the original stet agreement, that period was longer than 6 months), or go ahead and dismiss the charges (and end the behavior monitoring). Thus, and because we don't know from the docket entry in Cao's case, I would not surmise that this is a stet agreement limited to only 6 months of monitoring. Certainly, it is not less than 6 months, and it would not surprise me--considering the actual crime committed by Cao--to learn that is of only 6 months' duration. But I would not assume that to be the case.


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Post by Addie » Sun May 29, 2011 1:15 pm

Thank you all for your help :hug:


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Post by Kriselda Gray » Sun May 29, 2011 7:46 pm

[highlight]Part of the agreement may be to not associate with birthers and not go out in the world and characterize this agreement as a win on her part. None of them seem to know yet.[/highlight]Edit: When they find out, I bet they will throw her under the bus and say instead of standing up, she chickened out, took a plea deal, did not stand tall like the brave Lt Col Lakin.Not likely at all. Misdemeanor defendants typically do not give up their First Amendment rights.I would say that they should give up the right to commit a crime...I don't think "associating with birthers and characterizing this agreement as a win on her part" could be characterized as committing a crime. Both are activities covered by the First Amendment guarantees of our freedom of speech and assembly.


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Post by dwight.sullivan » Mon May 30, 2011 10:21 am

At the Lakin court-martial, the birthers seemed to break into three camps in dealing with those they would label "Obots." Some were openly antagonistic and continually made derisive comments. Dr. Kate is an example. Others engaged in no interaction. Ducky is an example. A third -- and surprisingly large -- group repeatedly engaged in very pleasant exchanges with the "Obots." Theresa Cao, who was the "organizer" for the safeguardourconstitution.com crowd at the trial, was in that third group. I had a number of perfectly pleasant short chats with her.



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Post by poutine » Mon May 30, 2011 12:57 pm

At the Lakin court-martial, the birthers seemed to break into three camps in dealing with those they would label "Obots." Some were openly antagonistic and continually made derisive comments. Dr. Kate is an example. Others engaged in no interaction. Ducky is an example. A third -- and surprisingly large -- group repeatedly engaged in very pleasant exchanges with the "Obots." Theresa Cao, who was the "organizer" for the safeguardourconstitution.com crowd at the trial, was in that third group. I had a number of perfectly pleasant short chats with her.Most Americans in general fit into the third category. Our view of society is very much distorted and shaped by the time we spend obsessing with birthers on Fogbow, in my humble opinion.



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Post by Princess foofypants » Tue May 31, 2011 3:19 pm

Wow. Holy Cao goes back with the birthers farther than I thought. From Orly's previous blog - back in early 2009.





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Post by SueDB » Tue May 31, 2011 5:36 pm

(I am missing a name on one more donation for $100 from Dr. and Mrs.?? from Carolina, let me know the name)Forget the name of a $100 donor???Who in their right mind would...err Dr orly...sorry....


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Post by Lola_Getz » Wed Jun 08, 2011 3:36 pm

She even looks crazy and evil.She sure does, but that's because she reminds me of my uber-fundamentalist stepmother, who has that same nutty gleam in her eyes.





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Post by HST's Ghost » Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:27 pm

Anybody know what happened with Teresa? Larry Sinclair staged a one-man performance in front of the WH also...I think he is going to do it again on Thurs. also so maybe he could borrow her angel wings...http://www.larrysinclair.org/wp-content ... 00x225.jpg


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Post by bob » Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:36 pm

Anybody know what happened with Teresa?As noted, Cao [/break1]thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=5202&start=950#p247372]took the stet deal (if she stays out of trouble for six months, the charges will be dropped).The terms of the deal might restrict her actions. Or maybe she's just being cautious. Or has moved on....


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Post by SueDB » Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:38 pm

Anybody know what happened with Teresa?As noted, Cao [/break1]thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=5202&start=950#p247372]took the stet deal (if she stays out of trouble for six months, the charges will be dropped).The terms of the deal might restrict her actions. Or maybe she's just being cautious. Or has moved on....I'm surprised she hasn't been shopping "her story" to the vanity press. Daddy needs to spend some more money. :-


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Post by squee127 » Sat Oct 08, 2011 1:01 am

Nope, hasn't moved on:[/break1]slate.com/blogs/weigel/2011/10/07/birthers_still_here_still_birthering.html]Birthers: Still Here, Still Birthering



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Post by realist » Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:48 pm

Holy Cao's hearing date on her stet program was today...New Docket Entries...12/05/2011 Event Resulted - Release Status: Event Resulted - Release Status: N/A; Defendant successfully completed diversion. Case was dismissed.The following event: Diversion Status Hearing scheduled for 12/05/2011 at 9:30 am has been resulted as follows:Result: Dismissed - NolleJudge: PAN, FLORENCE Y Location: Courtroom 219THERESA SALCEDO CAO (Defendant (Criminal)); ; Mr MARK L GOLDSTONE (Attorney) on behalf of THERESA SALCEDO CAO (Defendant (Criminal)); Judge FLORENCE Y PAN12/05/2011 Diversion Successfully Completed Diversion Successfully Completed\12/05/2011 Case Disposed - Nolle Diversion Case Disposed - Nolle Diversion12/05/2011 Charge Disposed - Nolle Diversion Charge Disposed - Nolle Diversion


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Post by raicha » Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:10 pm

Perhaps the only successful final outcome for a birther in court, ever.



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Post by bob » Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:13 pm

Paging Miss Cao!:TTHV: [/break1]todaysthv.com/news/article/243304/288/House-members-read-Constitution-but-parts-omitted]House members read Constitution, but parts omitted:Members of the U.S. House read most of the Constitution aloud on the floor of the House today (Tuesday), but attendance was low.[...]Eligibility requirements for the presidency were among the parts that made air.Sadly, no encore performance.


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Post by verbalobe » Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:23 pm

Paging Miss Cao!:TTHV: [/break1]todaysthv.com/news/article/243304/288/House-members-read-Constitution-but-parts-omitted]House members read Constitution, but parts omitted: Members of the U.S. House read most of the Constitution aloud on the floor of the House today (Tuesday), but attendance was low.[...]Eligibility requirements for the presidency were among the parts that made air.Sadly, no encore performance.It went off without a bitch?



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Post by bob » Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:26 pm

It went off without a bitch?[/break1]washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/15/constitution-reading-draws-yawns-house/]Maaaaybe:Moments after the reading was completed, a protester stood up in the public gallery and unfurled a homemade sign and began chanting.“Abortion is the shedding of innocent blood,” the man said, demanding that the country “stop Obama.”“America, ban assault weapons,” he shouted before police were able to drag him out of the chamber.


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It went off without a bitch?[/break1]washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/15/constitution-reading-draws-yawns-house/]Maaaaybe:Moments after the reading was completed, a protester stood up in the public gallery and unfurled a homemade sign and began chanting.“Abortion is the shedding of innocent blood,” the man said, demanding that the country “stop Obama.”“America, ban assault weapons,” he shouted before police were able to drag him out of the chamber.It seems like "there is one in every crowd" these days except the crowds are smaller. :-


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Post by GlimDropper » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:49 pm

It's like old friends week at Rudy's Island of Misfit Tools. Rudy posted the video with initials only but TCDC's tale was so fraught with injustice and melodrama that I just had to figure out who this poor terrorized innocent was. Once I did find her name I Googled it and this thread was in the first page of results.



It seems Theresa's sister is colluding with the US government to hold her prisoner. What's worse, even after her father helped break her out the evil sister even refused to drive her out of state.

(Is Ms. Cao one of those "Jews" for Jesus people?)

Theresa is predicting a massive red tide sweeping the US this fall.

(Is Ms. Cao a fan of algal blooms?)



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Post by kate520 » Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:25 pm

Ms Cao is nuts.


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Post by realist » Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:35 pm

kate520 wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:25 pm
Ms Cao is nuts.
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Theresa Cao, a big fan of the WND, is a case in point. Cao, a self-proclaimed birther and nutcase (the latter is not her description, admittedly), drew attention to herself by interrupting the second day of the 112th Congress by screaming, “except Obama, help us Jesus Christ,” during a reading of Article II, Section I of the Constitution (which deals with the requirement for Presidential eligibility). Cao was subsequently removed from the gallery by Capitol police and persecuted for being a good Christian. According to herself Cao felt compelled to let representatives know of the absence of proof for Barack Obama’s eligibility, pointing out that the only hope for the United States is a return to the faith of the Founding Fathers and that doing so is the opposite of Obama’s “socialism” as exemplified by the Affordable Care Act and government takeover of private companies including banks, insurance companies and car companies. Which, of course, is more or less equivalent to saying that Obama is technically ineligible for the presidency because he is not a citizen only using different words.





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Post by Whip » Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:23 pm

cao abunga dude


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