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Go on record. Who still wants Watson?


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11 minutes ago, Monrowed said:

This is just so out of character for him and now being labeled as serially perverse with weird requests for the type of massages he wants. This reminds me of a beat down. The fact that he is getting one or two a day keeps him in the headlines. The way this is coming out is definitely a form of character assassination. 

It was also ‘out of character’ for Warren Moon, who also had the same character positives. He also had several domestic violent and sexual assault charges.

Doing things like community work and going to church is often used as some sort of veil for people when it shouldn’t be. People like to think these are ‘better’ people but in reality they have little significance.

His case also went criminal, the DA took it. Problem is, so often with these type of cases, and as I’ve been saying, when the victim all of a sudden refuses to cooperate, there really is no way to prosecute.

But that was one woman. We are now talking possibly 24. Huge difference. It will be interesting if the case is taken criminally, as I expect it to be. At that point it’s all about the criminal case, the civil will probably just sit on the back burner.

If the DA/jury deem it worthy to go criminal, the evidence is there, just a matter of the victims, all 24, cooperating.

As far as having the same attorney it is something to wonder about but it’s not all that common. When you have this many alleged victims, it benefits to have an overview of all the incidents for them, the jury, the court system and the lawyers. 

It’s kind of like the DuPont suit in the 90s and still going on today (though to a much lesser degree) massive payouts/judgements by the court, several victims, but really only one representing defense lawyer.

When you already have a good lawyer who is putting in the time to familiarize themselves with a complicated/high profile case, and have multiple other related - it’s not uncommon if you have a related case to go with them. This is also common with sex abuse cases.

Hiring an outside lawyer at that point would probably involve communication with Buzbee anyways. And how well that would go? Up to Buzbee. It’d be less efficient and messy. 

 

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22 minutes ago, Monrowed said:

This is just so out of character for him and now being labeled as serially perverse with weird requests for the type of massages he wants. This reminds me of a beat down. The fact that he is getting one or two a day keeps him in the headlines. The way this is coming out is definitely a form of character assassination. 

Its not too hard to connect the dots if there are ton of Instagram and text messages that go back and forth between. Don't you think its strange to go on Instagram and hire 10+ female massagers to come to his house and give a massage? Give it time and the details will come out. Reminds me of a Bill Cosby situation where it seemed out of character for him too and then 60+ women came forward. 

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1 hour ago, CRA said:

it isn’t underestimation.

 Just acknowledging what he is and has been of late.   

which is sketchy, attention seeking with political aspirations.  

And it is all running through him via quickly stacked allegations that all read nearly identical. 

and then you factor in Watson’s credibility and earned rep...

which means you got to wait until the facts actually start coming into play before you convict him in the court of public opinion. 

Sure it is. 

Your opinion, nothing more. 

Again, simply your opinion and completely unrelated to his acumen as an attorney. 

Seems logical...

Watson drove his credibility into the ditch over the last 4-6 months with his petulant behaviour.  

It is a fact that 14 formal complaints/lawsuits have been filed.  Within those complaints there are a lot of allegations...

...you are correct that until Watson presents his side of the story no conclusions should be drawn...

...yet you are choosing to besmirch the character of the plaintiffs simply because they chose to hire a (highly capable and successful) lawyer you don't like.  

Question -- do you believe it's possible the plaintiffs are telling the truth?

Yes or no?

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38 minutes ago, SizzleBuzz said:

Sure it is. 

Your opinion, nothing more. 

Again, simply your opinion and completely unrelated to his acumen as an attorney. 

Seems logical...

Watson drove his credibility into the ditch over the last 4-6 months with his petulant behaviour.  

It is a fact that 14 formal complaints/lawsuits have been filed.  Within those complaints there are a lot of allegations...

...you are correct that until Watson presents his side of the story no conclusions should be drawn...

...yet you are choosing to besmirch the character of the plaintiffs simply because they chose to hire a (highly capable and successful) lawyer you don't like.  

Question -- do you believe it's possible the plaintiffs are telling the truth?

Yes or no?

it isn't my opinion that the attorney has political aspirations or that he has committed sketchy acts like creating fake text messages in an attempt to dupe people. 

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8 minutes ago, CRA said:

it isn't my opinion that the attorney has political aspirations or that he has committed sketchy acts like creating fake text messages to in an attempt to dupe people. 

Complete horse hockey...

Again, do you believe it is possible the plaintiffs are telling the truth?

Yes or no?

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1 minute ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Do you think all of the women are lying?  Are you still thinking they are all being paid because I can bring up your post again if you would like?

Please say Watson is guilty because I want to know how you know!

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6 minutes ago, SizzleBuzz said:

Complete horse hockey...

Again, do you believe it is possible the plaintiffs are telling the truth?

Yes or no?

He literally just ran for public office last election cycle. 

He admitted to using created fake texts as the mayor of Houston was calling on him to be criminally prosecuted.  

I’ve continuously maintained either side could be telling the truth and people need to pump the breaks on judgement 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, BurnNChinn said:

Please say Watson is guilty because I want to know how you know!

Never said he was guilty but I did say when the accusers hit double digits that is incredibly incriminating especially they all say pretty much the same thing.  They all arent some random instagram models a lot of them are licensed and professional.  So yeah, it aint looking good for him.

But if you have an example of a conspiracy of a lawyer or whoever paying 20 or so women to blatantly lie about someone then by all means post it. 

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4 minutes ago, CRA said:

He literally just ran for public office last election cycle. 

He admitted to using created fake texts as the mayor of Houston was calling on him to be criminally prosecuted.  

I’ve continuously maintained either side could be telling the truth and people need to pump the breaks on judgement 

 

 

Give me a scenario where at least 14 women are lying about this. 

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37 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Give me a scenario where at least 14 women are lying about this. 

everything is it's own thing.   How many people have to accuse someone of something before they should just be deemed guilty. 

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