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Originally posted by Nephi1337
reply to post by Clairaudience
did you watch the whole video ? twards the end he has a great big smile on his face , and the question is ,if you were a lawyer and you knew your client was guilty would you still defend her or him ?
Also , i want to say too that this really should not turn into a debate over weather or not hes crying or laughing but ,we sould really try and focous on the fact that lawyers are defending people they know are guilty , their has to be some kind of law set in place for this madness
During the 20-minute video, which was taken by police investigating the murders, Entwistle covered his mouth and eyes and sobbed.
The tape showed his wife, Rachel, 27, and the couple's nine-month-old daughter, Lillian Rose, dead of gunshot wounds in the master bedroom of their rented home in Hopkinton, a suburb of Boston.
The only sound that could be heard in the courtroom as the video began was the classical music still playing in the baby's bedroom nearby when police found the bodies.
Entwistle's mother, Yvonne, who was in the court in Woburn, Massachusetts, began sobbing audibly after seeing her son break down.
She was comforted by Entwistle's father, Clifford, and brother, Russell, who also cried.
Originally posted by destination now
reply to post by Nephi1337
No, I am not defending him in any way whatsoever! I also think that he would be more likely to cry rather than laugh, why do you think he would be laughing?
I also am going with the reporters who witnessed the scene in court, all of whom said he was crying. Perhaps he was crying for sympathy, perhaps he was crying with remorse, but I will stand by my belief that he was crying.