Here at TKC we always that this scenario was unlikely . . .
A statement about the case . . .
"Police executed search warrants, according to court records, at the defendant’s home and business. At his business, police found a print out from the Jackson County property tax database. It showed the victim’s home address. An Olympus audio recorder with a recording was recovered. The first part of the recording captured a court hearing that the defendant attended in November 2017. But after the hearing, the recorder continued to run. Later, the defendant talked to his employee about a .17 caliber rifle and about killing the victim."
"While executing a search warrant at Jungerman’s home, an Olympus audio recorder was found on a bathroom counter, court documents state. Investigators obtained a “piggyback” search warrant for the recorder, and reviewed its contents."
And so . . .
THIS TOILET TAPE CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE MIGHT KEEP JUNGERMAN BEHIND BARS FOR THE LAST 4-6 MONTHS OF HIS LIFE!!!
For those of us who believe in a just, kinda and loving Creator . . . I guess all of that makes more sense than his mobile phone spying on him . . . That's just crazy conspiracy talk.
And so we check a newsman blogger sharing his conclusions with just a bit of police blame banter ahead of an anti-climax and yet another reason to not get too hung up about material possessions and money.
Check-it . . .
After listening to the defense and prosecution arguments on the point, Judge John Torrence said he believed the defense had clearly demonstrated that some law enforcement officers and perhaps the former prosecutor had been “sloppy,” but he added: “There was nothing nefarious about it. I think it was just laziness.”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
On Oct. 16 and 17, 2017, a computer at David Jungerman's business and another at his Raytown home were used in about 30 Google searches relating to .22 caliber rifles, .17 caliber rifles and the comparative deadliness of the two. The next week, on Oct. 25, lawyer Thomas Pickert was shot in the head with...
Jurors heard an audio recording in David Jungerman's murder trial that will play a key role in this case. They also heard from the case detective.Jungerman is accused of killing attorney Tom Pickert outside Pickert's Brookside home in 2017.
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