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A Voice of Sanity

But it hardly harms Robinson either - there still is no evidence to convict him.

tom robakowski

Dear Laura,
Thought you might find this interesting. One of the jurors in the Father Robinson case has agreed to speak at "ski's" restaurant in sylvania, ohio this wednesday night at 7. in speaking to the owner, Jack Sparagowski, she apparantly feels a lot of remorse over her decision. It will be a question and answer format.this gets stranger all of the time. however, as a supporter of father robinson i intend to be there.

tom robakowski

arthur walker

hi would be interested in the out come of tom robakowski meeting at the sylvania resturant.

arthur walker

dear laura
i came across this site or blog while trolling the net on anything that would pertain to the robinson case,after reading numerous accounts on the case they are not much difference in them,cloned if you will.
i believe mister robinson is innoncent for a lot of reasons that i won,t go into here,there are a lot of vested interest in toledo that is not interested in mister robinson being found innocent.
they turn a blind eye and deaf ear to anything that would uncover the truth in this matter.i think its a culture thing.
i think i have part of the puzzle,others have the rest of it.want to share i,ll give you my e mail address.

arthur walker

isn,t it ironic the persons on this blog profess mister robinsons innocence,yet when someone has info that could possible point to others of interest in this case they go strangely silent??
this will be my last post.
i,m tired of dealing with ignorance and arrogance on steroids.

Holy Toledo

My friend attended the dinner meeting and her impression was not that the woman has a lot of regret but rather that because she is catholic she has had to face a lot of pressure because of her decision to convict him.

A Voice of Sanity

I just watched the Robinson case on A&E today, and they showed the cloth with the 'cross' pattern stab cuts. You couldn't do that freehand and you couldn't do it using any real cross as a guide either.

Take a piece of paper and fold it in half, then in quarters. One corner has no edges. Fold diagonally at that corner. Stab or cut down from that corner along one straight side. Unfold and look at the pattern.

Too many prosecutors aren't evil. They are just very, very stupid -- and too stupid to know it:-

The Dunning-Kruger effect is an example of cognitive bias in which "people reach erroneous conclusions and make unfortunate choices but their incompetence robs them of the metacognitive ability to realize it". They therefore suffer an illusory superiority, rating their own ability as above average. This leads to a perverse result where less competent people will rate their own ability higher than relatively more competent people.

arthur walker

wow i watched that program also,those patterns can,t be random but a pair scissors would would work nicely,precisely like calipers woldn,t you say?
cognitive bias it,s in the culture they think they are entitiled to a level of superior intelligence only they can understand,they are critical thinkers they say,i had a conversation with a police officer regarding the upside down cross theory,i said anyone could believe that was nuts ,he acted like i had offended his mama,needless to say that conversation ended very quickly.


MR Robinson ( i do use that prefix because i find he isnt of god ) I have read everything on the case pro and con. the man is so on goddley unless that is what the catholic faith stands for (which i do not belive ) he had a mentail illness. which lead him to santanism. he should be put to death, scrath that he should be put in general public at the prison and everyone should know what he did. His judgement will come when he meets his maker.

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