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"kathleen body" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Planning for swift action today on a two point two trillion dollar package to ease the corona virus pandemics devastating toll on the economy in opening remarks on the floor this morning Republican Kevin Brady thanks president trump for helping to prime the economy prior to news of the outbreak in twenty short days our economy is taking a hit like we rarely seen in America's history thankfully due to president trump and Republicans in Congress America has the strongest economy in the world heading into this town stock prices meanwhile today have been falling a day after the largest three day gain at the New York Stock Exchange since the thirties correspondence to cast amount has more on where those stocks are heading Wall Street lost a significant amount of the gains experience over the last couple of days about an hour into today's trading session the Dow Jones industrial average was down more than eight hundred and eighty points around four percent nothing specific drove prices down right now just the ongoing concerns about corona virus and the impact on the global economy the bad news included the fact that the United States surpassed all other nations for total confirmed cases of coronavirus and at this hour the Dow is down eight hundred seventy two points the S. and P. five hundred down ninety three the nasdaq down to seventy four DC mayor Muriel Bowser today announcing a member of her own team has died of the coronavirus DC mayor Muriel Bowser today announcing a member of her own team died this morning of corona virus he is a more than two decades employee of the city government and recently serving as the deputy director of the mayor's office of legal counsel's name was George Valentine mayor Bowser says officials are now determining if anyone else was exposed to the virus for working on the contact tracing as we speak and did the mayor have contact I don't believe that I did the number of new cases overnight DEC thirty six barber brit WMAL in W. one A. L. dot com in other news the Frederick County man's been charged with murdering his wife thirty four year old Kathleen a hand went missing last Sunday the Frederick County sheriff's office says after days of searching they found her body in a creek bed in the woods off Burkittsville wrote her husband thirty seven year old Thomas my hand of Middletown was charged with first degree murder Thomas had been a person of interest after the sheriff's office says he gave them inconsistent information that a search of the woods and a search of the couple's home turned up incriminating evidence against him according to the sheriff's office authorities have not said how she died Kathleen's bodies and sent to the medical examiner for an autopsy heather Curtis on WMAL one WMLW traffic and weather next the number.
"kathleen body" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"And Stacey Stacey Sister Warren looks at Karen is like I'm so glad my sister has you might not be around for much longer and everyone's just like what we're trying to have a barbecue husband's like oh we're just waiting on some test results leg as if that's reassure yeah oh okay then let's we'll start laughing and clinking glasses oh just in some mysterious test results that might mean you're not around from longer so we see drew's brother Glenn eagerly putting twelve there's on ice and the neighbor Brian who discovered Kathleen bodies like one is not everybody's going to drink you told me to put them on ice on foot Amman Glenn is not bright either no and it's played by William Matha per who is Tom Cruise cousin Oh you was also on lost way Ethan on lost the creepy guy on law I had no oh my God this is Tom Cruise's cousin yes so does that mean as a scientologist I think so I'm not sure though by Thinki- is I'm suppressive good I- anytime William Mathura shows up in anything I get the creeps like I'm like this can't go well nothing's GonNa nothing good is going to happen after this heels did criminal law and order current he did angled I heart vampires and the heart is like a greater than in a three Oh so you're I computer heart yeah that's is weird by Young Person Vampires yeah the Mandelus you turn on I've watched all of the mental list you have is a good it's a lot like lifetime movie or your guys real easy it goes down easy I like the one that I love the dot is Allison Dubois from real housewives Camille grammer produced it medium Oh yeah butcher Sharon actress of all time that's right yeah she's if you were to go crazy when she won the emmy lost my mind yeah yeah I mean I would say Rashar hat and Juno Temple Dianne wiest sure my favorite actresses pick Nice pick thank you Virginia Madsen's on there too and I do my impression for you I would love that Kanye my sister her and I have been doing this since the movie footloose came out because my sister hated Dianne wiest in that movie so much it drove her crazy that when the daughter I can't remember her name Lori the actress was Laurie somebody that really tall skinny girl and she came in to see her in the prom dress right before they're about to go to the finally go to the Prom Tom and Diana stands in the door and goes oh you look beautiful and then the girl goes no I don't like pulling at the dress and she goes on no you do know oh you do am I sister to each other all the time I will I do it to my sister and my sister gets really mad at me because she hates it so much Oh you do you do you do it looks like she's going to start fucking fall always looks like it's the best yes it's so good so inside jurors going through these these phony tells her I worked undercover salon. 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Dr Phil Do you know about this did you see that there is that senator a woman war Melania trump stress to the Democratic National Convention Tonight Okay on purpose okay like you know the white dress with the big yeah you weren't too and she like roasted at her like I didn't watch it I just saw the deal I saw the picture will someone wrote like look this baller and then she did a side by side it's really so I have to be honest with you I've been like I it makes me so upside then I'm almost tuned out all I've known who is going to vote for this whole time that's never changed and it's like okay cool it's a nightmare it's a nightmare it's insanity say I feel what about it all the time inside and I don't really have like the best articulate thought about it yet because I just don't know how I feel other than like I'm no I'm not in Canada we're all gonna stay here right like it will be the purge like sneak sentiment but it will be I know it's it's kind of like that terminator where it's like he comes back to get to get her and he's from this time in the future where it's like the robots of Skynet and the robots have taken over and killing everybody at that time in between that's now yeah that's all I keep thinking is like this is how it slowly one by one devolve so because that's how my mind works I just keep anytime someone says what trump wins I go he's not going to he's not going to yes not because everyone is now scared to the level where apparently after one speeches tonight there was a google search spike on register to vote at all and God the Muslim the father of a Muslim soldier who was killed and addle came and spoke about this whole Muslim scare bullshit and apparently it was the big effects okay awesome only play just got shows when you saw the huge they don't tell us the good news they never they don't make money off the good news you're right you're absolutely right it's total scare tactics just like look at that trump's up shit and I'm like oh well I guess I had you register to get a gun now because I don't have one I'm just waiting to get shot yeah instead of being in a gun battle this this is wild okay so there are at the grocery store and Karen is shopping with it's stacey she remembers all Karen has in her cart is a bottle of Generic Bright Red Soda I don't character because that just didn't seem like Karen really distracting me the whole drew calls and he's basically where is she and currently relaxed drew were at the grocery store and he's like I know who just tell me his name who is she with and stacy comes over and she I'm just telling the truth look stacy she's like a flower known all in Bloom Puchner sent out everywhere don't tell me the you can't spell it so Jahnke and my chain.
"kathleen body" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Michael Peterson statements about that night. I mean, other than the computer being cleaned. Right, right. That seems odd. But on top. Of that. I mean, as far as what's going down at this point in the evening, eleven o'clock, twelve o'clock, maybe a little bit later. Having watched the docu series, the staircase they didn't directly show this, but often win. Michael Peterson is kind of doing the one on one thing with the camera. I almost always see like little red stains on the side of his lips. Like this comes off to me is guy that very much likes drinking his wine, and so him saying that him and his wife were hanging out on a Saturday night. Having a couple bottles of wine does not strike me as weird it actually, I think this is probably exactly what was going down at that time. And we also have the I witness that came into pick up. The son says, hey, I saw the two hanging out and they were drinking together. Now according to Michael, this is where I start to wonder about things because according to Michael, at approximately two thirty AM he. He leaves the poor area. He goes inside and he finds his wife the bottom of the stairs. Good back. What time did she leave the poor area? Well, that's what's a little bit unclear to me because he states that we were out here for a fair amount of time talking. We were talking together and he estimates that she could have left as long as forty, five minutes to an hour before he left the poor area or it could have been as little as thirty minutes from when he left the poor area. But during that time sometime during that time, Kathleen leaves the poor area and heads inside for bed. Michael stays outside to drink and has a smoke. Like you said, then Kathleen, at some point suffers multiple deep, complex lacerations innovations to the scalp, multiple small abrasions and contusions to the face and a fracture with associated hammered of the thyroid cartilage in the neck. So quite a bit of injuries during this time right now, depending on which report you read, this is not a major deal because we're talking about a difference of sixty seconds or so. Some reports say to forty AM some say to forty one AM Michael Peterson calls nine one one, and that's the nine one one call that you heard at the start of the show. Now the operator picks up and says durum nine one one. Where is your emergency to which Michael replies, eighteen ten cedar street. Please operator, what's wrong Peterson? My wife had an accident. She still breathing operator. What kind of accident? Michael Peterson, she fell down the stairs. She's still breathing. Please come nine. One one is she conscious Peterson, what nine one one is she conscious Peterson? No, she's not conscious please. Nine one. How many stairs did she fall down? Michael Peterson. What? What? Nine one one. How many stairs Peterson, he's failing to give an answer there regarding the stairs I get. This doesn't seem like a question. He might have been expecting whether he's guilty or innocent the nine one one operator tells him to calm down, calm down, sir. Calm down Peterson, no damned, sixteen twenty. I don't know. Please get somebody here right away. Please. Nine one. Okay. Somebody's dispatching the ambulance. While I'm asking you questions Peterson, it's oh, it's forced hills. Okay, please. Please nine one one. Okay, sir. Someone is dispatching the ambulance. Is she awake now Peterson. Nine one. Hello? Hello Peterson. Now that's the end of that call asked if she's awake. Now Peterson does not give an answer and for whatever reason we don't know. But the call is ended to forty six AM Michael Peterson calls nine one one second time. Nine one one Derm nine one one. What is your emergency Peterson? Where are they? It's eighteen ten seater. She's not breathing, please. Please. Would you hurry up nine one, sir, Peterson. Can you hear me nine one sir, Peterson, yes. Nine one one sir. Calmed down there on their way. Can you tell me for sure. She's not breathing sir. Hello? Hello to forty. Eight AM paramedics arrive. And Kathleen Peterson is found dead in a hallway. Three AM police detectives begin to arrive and search eighteen ten cedar street at three, twenty four AM. Investigators secure the scene now between four fifteen and five AM some point Peterson logs onto his office computer, and he's overheard mumbling something about Email at five AM. Michael Peterson calls his attorney. Let's go into some more detailed accounts of what place during this time shall we. So we have James rose and Ron page paramedics with the Durham county emergency medical services, they arrive at the Peterson's residence at the same time, Michael son, Todd Peterson arrived. The Peterson's house is a large estate home with an open foyer entrance. The paramedics found the front door open and notice blood on it. Straight ahead through the front door is the large main staircase leading to the second floor immediately to the left after entering is a front hallway leading down to the kitchen. Off of this hallway near the kitchen is an enclosed, narrow stairwell also leading to the second floor. Yeah, there's a turn in and the staircase as well. Yeah. And upon entering the house, the paramedics observed, Kathleen, lying at the bottom of this stairwell, her legs were out into the hallway and our head was just inside the encased open door frame where the first few steps are located. Now, the stairwell runs parallel to the hallway, but has a few angled steps as you had just mentioned at the bottom designed to open up the staircase perpendicular into that hallway. Michael was seen standing over Kathleen in a semi knees, bent position with blood on his hands, arms legs and feet. He wore shorts and a t-shirt. This t shirt is partially soaked blood-soaked with splatter spots when paramedics arrived at Kathleen body. Todd, the sun tried to pull his father away stating dad, she's dead. The paramedics are here. Paramedics rose and page quickly determine that Kathleen had no pulse, and she was not breathing. Michael stated that he had gone outside to turn off. The lights came back in and then found her at the bottom of the steps. Paramedic rose testified later that there was any normal amount of blood. He said, dried blood was on the steps and also on the wall. And it also looked like it had been wiped away or wiped on. It had been smeared and stead of just blood droplets on the wall. He testified that based on his experience, there was an unusual amount of blood for fall and that the most severe injury he had seen from fall was a broken neck. The blood under Kathleen's head had already clotted and started to harden. So detective Holland was asked, give his. Opinion on this scene? Yeah, he's from the homicide unit and they wanted to bring him in because they were little confused about what they are seeing, right? There's we have a call that a person fell down the stairs that there's been an accident yet. They're seeing a lot of blood and they're seeing blood in different places throughout the house which is calling it. They're calling the scene suspicious, right? So Holland says that he received a page approximately around three o'clock in the morning and the he was going to arrive at this death investigation. He said that the call he received came in as someone had fallen down the steps. But upon arrival detective Holland says, this does not look like an accident forming and immediate opinion. Detective Holland identified himself to Mr. Peterson and even shook his hand and explain to him that he was sorry for his loss, but that it appeared that the scene look suspicious and it needed to be processed. At trial detective Holland was asked was Michael helpful at that point? Did he answer your initial questions? Detective Holland said, no, no, he pretty much was very quiet. Kept to himself didn't say a whole lot. Now, police videotaped the scene as the officers found it, Michael Peterson's tennis shoes and socks by the foot of the body, white towels soaked red with blood from cathlene injury to the back of her head blood smears up the oak staircase and on the walls above detective hall and called for a crime scene analyst and expert and blood splatter who in turn told the detective. He felt strongly that this was a homicide for the next twenty hours officers meticulously photographed and documented what they now regarded as a crime scene. There was a small amount of blood outside on the walkway blood. Stains on the front door, the blood on the kitchen sink, a wine bottle and glasses on the counter every inch of the three acre property was combed. Luminol testing revealed bloody footprints leading from Kathleen Peterson's body into the laundry room, then going to the kitchen refrigerator and sink. Then moving to a wine glass cabinet which also had blood on it. The footprints mysteriously stopped at the cabinet. They just stopped. Yeah. Later at trial, the defense would challenge the cops on what they didn't do at the Petersen house. The police didn't tape off the area of the stairwell until three thirty four AM almost an hour after the call came in and by then it was too late. Peterson's lawyers criticized what they called sloppy police procedures. The blood in that area had been altered. The scene at the house had been contaminated example, Mike. Michael goes up to Kathleen with the police watching hugs her Todd takes him. The sun puts him on the couch where there's blood transfer, and then Todd says, can I get some soda in a glass and the police say sure. And he goes there. He goes Todd, walking around the kitchen with blood on his hands. So at trial, police would point out that they found blood in suspicious locations mainly in different areas of the kitchen and that these were red flags. However, as I stated, you can see, you can kind of see why there may have been blood in strange locations throughout the kitchen. And in my opinion, the blood in the kitchen area, for example, was a complete irrelevancy. Once you stab wish that there was contamination there in the kitchen with the police standing right by while they also did test to make sure that there there wasn't any cleaning products used in the. Into clean up any evidence. And there was none found later that day Dr Deborah ranch a path. Allah just with the office of the North Carolina medical examiner performed. An autopsy on Kathleen body. Toxicology results showed that Kathleen blood alcohol content was point zero, seven percent. The autopsy report concluded that Kathleen sustained a matrix of severe injuries, including a fracture of the thyroid neck cartilage and seven lacerations caused by a homicidal assault to the top. And back of her head consistent with blows from blunt object. The result of repeated blows with a light yet rigid weapon and had died from blood loss, ninety minutes to two hours after sustaining the injuries. They also found that she took a valium that night later. Michael Peterson's defense disputed this theory, according to their analysis, Kathleen skull had not been fractured by the blows nor. Was she brain damage, which was inconsistent with injuries, sustained in a beating death, forensic expert doctor Henry Lee hired by the defense testified that the blood splatter evidence was consistent with an accidental fall down the stairs. Police investigators concluded that the injuries were inconsistent with such an accident will get right back to the staircase right after this quick beer break. Introducing
"kathleen body" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case
"He'll. Somebody else is back in the angel. Okay. She await now. So that's a nine one one call. Interesting. It's interesting him. What struck me immediately was about the third thing out of his mouth was she still breathing? That was unprompted. There was no question about it. I've listened to thousands of nine one calls. I have never heard anyone volunteer, something like that about this. What makes me think this was scripted on his part is she said, how many stairs did you fold out? He was like she said, how many stairs did she fold out what he wasn't prepared answer questions. In other words, he didn't actually engage with this person. He wanted to convey information and the fact that she asked him a question that he didn't anticipate really through game all. And so he's, I don't know, fifteen twenty I don't know. But the fact is that when you're in that really in that moment, I think you would have had he would immediately said, doesn't matter or I I don't know. But instead it's like what. But he never says, get someone here come, save her. His nine said sin. Someone said some money, but then after that is just please please, please, please on what's he saying the Aydin find this troubling. I think people were known differently on the might be only one thing that I found a little troubling that normally on these calls you do hear a lot of similarities with what happened in his Co. with other calls, but he, you never hear him dressed. Her is usually here, especially if they're still breathing, almost talking to them because you're on the phone, but ninety percent of your attention is still what you're doing in your life, and he never calls her name. You never talk, sir. He's never, even though she's unconscious, you've probably still trying to get it awake silent. He's moving around, right? He does not sound like he's usually a little bit, but you never hear him address her trying to wake up her on and that bothers me. But the rest of it to me, I don't know. I think it, you know, like I've stares at my house. I wouldn't know how. He says, if they asked me that question, I might stumble on that. I might look at this hour just as always their case, who cares? How many snare? Exactly. You said that immediately you would've said, right, what, right? He was clearly thinking that was you wasn't compared or his going to count the stairs. Now that's not what she was asking. Doesn't matter. She's trying to say, is it? She fell down one step in bumped her head or did she fall down a whole flight? So the fact is that that was one troubling thing, but what's really most important as you brought up Francey she's still breathing. The implication from that is that this just happened right now just happen like he didn't spend time after this accident and do something stage it clean out with fan, change clothes, whatever it is our well, that's, that's the thing that meant so much to me about it. Maureen was. She's still breathing. When we later learned that there was dried blood at the scene. That was what the MTA's noted when they got there suggesting. Me very strongly, very powerfully that she wasn't still breathing, which calls into question every single thing about golf, did you? I actually tend to agree with Bobby on this for the same reasons. I didn't have a whole lot of problems with the nine one. One call with the exception of when he said she was still breathing. He never called her by her name. He never said, baby, I love you. I, we don't know how we're going to react in a situation like that, but I'm fairly confident that I would be saying baby. I'm here baby. I love you, Honey. I'm here. I love you. You're not alone those type of things. And we don't hear any of that, right? He's very overly dramatic. And you know, you hear them went, bring in the background, but again, he's not saying, oh, you know, I'm here with you all get a up. You know, that's the thing. That's what you'd be trying to do. You'd be trying to wake her up. He would. And one of the things that I found very significant about this, I f Assode in the series was that they play the nine one one call. We hear Michael Peterson's words, and they show us the. Filmmakers show us the crime scene video as some officer or a crime. Scene tech approaches Kathleen body, and we see her body slumped at the bottom of the stairs. They show us that multiple times throughout the series. And while it's a little bit blurry, it's ferry distressing and for Matic and that's how they lead this series off. And what bothered me about that about the because you actually see her. One of her legs is still little askew out on if my wife had fallen down, even if she was covering, I would've cradled her up, moved her gotten her and trying to help her. You know, some, she wouldn't have been in the original position. You've l. often stat. Why would you leave for their legs. Right now I would've gotten down to really try to help her, especially she'll still breathing. You're trying to clear clearly blood away from her mouth. Why would you leave in still as original position that she fell it? There's only one reason. Bobby, the reason you leave her in the position she fell in is because you want to try to prove she fell because she didn't really fall, but there was so much blood that it was shocking. I was half expecting them to discover that her torso had been sawed in half and placed back together. I could not believe how bloody that quote unquote fall was. There was a shocking amount of blood story back to the whole this documentary thing. I mean, they left that blood in that hallway standing that wall for a very long time for number about months. Now, a lot of here is a horrific murder, even accident in a person's house. They move out, they leave that they can't even be in that area where their loved one perished, right row. He don't only stay. In that house really gave tours, he gave towards any left the bloodstained walls there forever. It was years because this happened in two thousand one. The trial was in two thousand three, and even in the middle of trial, they were bringing his jury brought the jury, and when the jury came in, the blood was still there and the children were living in the house with the mother's blood spattered all over the walls Francy. And I talked about this earlier resort to me was the most shocking thing I think I may have ever seen. I think I agree with you more and so then so that's that's the dramatic episode. One of the series that has me immediately suspicious thinking that we've got a murderer on our hands who's trying to make an excuse. And then the next thing the filmmakers tell us is the shocking revelation that the supposed perfect relationship that he had with his wife. There were actually other relationships that he was engaging in with men during his marriage. And this was a revelation episode to leave. Made a very right distinction between his relationship, his wife and sex with men. This
"kathleen body" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Window. When it was the defenses turn to present their case, they call Dr. Elizabeth LOP Asada to the stand Dr.. Lapa Sada was a private forensic pathologist who reviewed the case for the defense. She told the jury that Kathleen body did not go through the closed window and break the glass as the prosecution was claiming. She said she studied the autopsy report toxicology report photographs from the autopsy and visited the scene. She concluded that dirt found on Kathleen heels of her feet hands and buttocks showed that she had landed in the mulch area directly below the window. She said that there was no evidence that Kathleen had landed on the grass. She said that based on her injuries, Kathleen was able to move from her initial landing spot when asked if it was possible that Kathleen had broken the window, pulled glass from the bottom of it in order to sit and then had either jumped or fell. She said, yes. And that the cuts on Kathleen hands were consistent with picking glass out and cutting herself. She noted that there were also injuries on cathlene upper left thigh that were consistent with sitting on a window frame. Carson baton wife of the prosecution's witness, WIlliam arbitron and log time friend of the desolate s- testified for the defense. She said that one morning near the end of August, she went over to the desolate is home. She described Kathleen as being extremely agitated, crying loud and pacing. She said, Roger was standing at the kitchen sink. Well, Kathleen paced around the room. She then testified that she saw Kathleen hit Roger in the chest and kick him. In his closing argument, assistant district attorney. John Bradley Jr. didn't hold back about the defense's theory. In the case. He called it absurd and one by one went through the testimony. The jury heard in the case. He said Roger's own daughters testified that their mother would never harm herself and would never jump from a window naked. He also pointed to Rogers actions afterwards, calling him. So all over the board, it's ridiculous. The prosecution had constructed a whiteboard that showed all of the various statements. Roger had made to various people, and it was displayed as Bradley spo-. He said, the blood evidence shows that there was a violent struggle in the hallway. The bruises on Kathleen arms show that she was dragged into the bedroom. He said, Kathleen was too small to break the window, but that Roger was the one who did it. The cut son caffeine's back. He said, we're from self defense, not from her sitting in the window as the defense had claimed. Md. Bradley said the bloodstain that was found on the exterior of the window was part of their struggle. He said, Kathleen was doing whatever she could to try to save herself, but Roger pushed her out backward and then left her there for as long as an hour before calling nine one one. He said, Rogers phone records, show that at one forty A M about an hour before he called nine one one, Roger called his private investigator when he wasn't able to get through. He made two other calls one to his house phone and another to Kathleen cell phone in his interview with police Bradley said, Roger doesn't mention these calls for whatever reason. He's trying to locate all the phones in the house. He said, why? Because Kathy had already gone out the window Bradley also pointed out that Roger was fully clothed when help arrived, including having a belt on. He said that it would have been impossible for him to have done that in the two to four minutes after having called nine one one. Don't you think he would have been outside in his boxer shorts? Not leaving his wife side as his wife was literally dying on the grass Bradley asked. He said, Kathleen was moving on from the marriage and that Roger couldn't deal with it, which is why he had asked a private investigator as well as his office manager to probe her phone records. He said, quote, the believable evidence in this case has shown that the defendant Roger desolate s- broke the heart of his wife. Kathleen twice. He broke her heart. I figuratively an August if she thousand eleven when she found out about his long-term infidelity. And then he broke her heart literally in December two thousand eleven when he forced her out of that window and she plunged to her death, tearing her hurt open and causing her to bleed to death internally. In their closing arguments. Michael Willcocks reiterated that evidence proved that Kathleen was intoxicated, an angry at her husband. So she shattered the window with a chair set on the window sill and either jumped or fell to her death. He said, the prosecution is aware of the problems with their case and that they had misinterpreted forensic evidence. The fact that Kathleen's DNA was on both sides of the window proved that she removed pieces of glass from the window and then sat down. As the judge was preparing the jury instructions. The prosecution objected to certain wording. There is a part in the instructions about Roger, having pushed Kathleen into a closed window, something that the prosecution had initially claimed in their Bill of particulars. But as you'll recall during the trial, the prosecution's own expert medical examiner doctor, Kimberly, Springer, conceded on cross examination that she would expect more injuries on Kathleen had she gone through a closed window. But since this was a part of their initial allegation, judge Kenton Walker decided to leave it in the instructions. So as a result, the jury would have to consider whether Roger had struck Kathleen and then shoved her into a closed glass window. In addition to the manslaughter charge. The jury also had to decide whether Roger and Kathleen had struggled in the hallway beforehand for that assault and battery charge. The jury of six men and six women deliberated and found Roger desolate s- not guilty of all charges.