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Dan Markel (FSU photo)
Question is whether Adelson family was involved in Markel murder, and motives of the suspectsJune 08, 2016
By: Michael Abrams
The arrest of a suspect in the Dan Markel murder case raises as many questions as it seems to answer as law enforcement tries to find out who else may have been involved in the shooting death of the prominent young law professor in Tallahassee.
There has been some speculation as to whether the case is being handled carefully. In releasing the information from the sealed probable cause affidavit, the state gave the opportunity for people who may have been involved in the case to seek to flee, according to Tallahassee Police Chief Michael DeLeo, who was clearly unhappy about it.
At the same time, DeLeo, justifiably proud of the work of his staff in collecting evidence for the arrest of a suspect in the July 2014 murder, was asked about the whereabouts of the Adelson family. “We aren’t on speaking terms,” he said, with what reporters deciphered as a smirk.
Suspects in any case have a right not to talk. To say they are “not talking” imputes, however, that they may have something to hide. This may impede the process of allowing a fair trial.
Both of these events, small as they may seem, may give defendants more ammunition to challenge the activities of the prosecution, if the day ever arrives when someone else is arrested. Whether the case has been compromised in any way is the big question.
Weaknesses in the case?
The failure to arrest others who may be involved in the murder,… (Read More)
Small explosion causes chaos at Florida A&M UniversityFebruary 04, 2016
By: Brianna Harmon and Lyric Porter
Flying sparks and a small explosion in the Presidential Dining Room caused about 30 faculty, staff and students flee from the area Thursday about 1:30 p.m. at Florida A&M University.… (Read More)
In a surprise appearance, Shaq has a ball inspiring neighborhood kids to dream bigJanuary 27, 2016
By: Jack Strickland
Shaquille O’Neal stole the show in Gainesville, Florida last weekend. He rolled into town to support the Gainesville Police Department and to inspire and support kids in a disadvantaged neighborhood.… (Read More)
We set out before 9 a.m. on a foggy Wakulla river, about 20 miles south of Tallahassee, a river which flows from the famous Wakulla Springs down to the little city of St. Marks in Wakulla County.
I had… (Read More)
By Jack Strickland
Subject: A Day In Court
Everyone should spend a day at a courthouse sitting in a courtroom. Watching justice dispensed is both educational and thought provoking. It’s not unlike the process of making sausage or drafting laws… (Read More)