The prosecution trifecta does not like to look bad, and it was clear that the testimony of Dr. Nancy Fajman Tuesday was a blow to the "theories" that Arnt, Gregor, and, let's be honest, Brian House, have been delivering. Not that these people are interested in facts, truth, or anything like that.
Nonetheless, their egos were bruised because they came face to face with a real expert witness and they didn't like it. Unfortunately for them, the defense has two more expert witnesses upcoming, and here is where the dishonesty will begin.
Arnt and Gregor argued Tuesday that because they had chosen not to depose Dr. Fajman, and because she had not given them a summary report, she should be disqualified. That's right, the same people who want us to believe that Suzi Thorne is a "forensic investigator" and an "expert" in interviewing young children also want us to believe that Dr. Fajman is not qualified to testify in a courtroom.
Well, they were burned, and so Dr. Demosthenes Lorandos has made sure that the upcoming expert witnesses prepare summaries to give to the prosecution so they won't make any objection to their appearance. Now, the witnesses are some of the best-known experts in their fields, so their qualifications certainly merit their appearance.
However, I predict that the prosecution nonetheless will try to have them disqualified, and House most likely will rule in their favor. Now, I HOPE that is not the case, as while I believe the jury pretty much is rigged, nonetheless I would like to see at least a pretense of Tonya Craft being able to defend herself in a court of law.
What makes me the angriest, and the reason that I am posting as I do has been that House has not even tried to pretend he wants Ms. Craft to have a fair trial. Look at the questioning he allows, the bullying by Facebook and The Man, and the personal attacks and character assassination that they are presenting instead of what this case needs: cold, hard facts.
I need to say one more thing. House, Gregor, and Arnt believe that if they can rig a conviction, then their troubles will be over. They will have WON a big victory.
However, I will say with utmost certainty that what is going to happen is that as the media, and especially national figures, examine what happened, and people look at the trial record, the outright tag-teaming between House and the prosecution, the fabrications, and everything else that has been abominable, these three men are going to find their lives under the kind of scrutiny they did not think possible. And my posts and comments will be the least of their problems.
You see, a guy like me is small potatoes, just someone with a laptop who kind of knows how to connect to the Internet. However, the people who will scrutinize their actions are going to be people who can change their lives for the worst. I don't think that will happen; I know it will happen.