They interviewed two jurors, involved in the Robert Blake trial.
One of whom, Roberto Emmerich, answers Larry’s question by showing off his self-published CD with his memoirs of the trial.
KING: All right. Roberto, are we saying tonight that, in your opinion as a juror, Robert Blake didn’t do this or the state didn’t prove it?
EMERICK: Well, I’ve just got to tell you right off the bat. As I was going through this trial, it was very emotional, and it took a couple years off my life. And what I did was I chronolized (ph) everything and I put it on a CD. And here it is, “Judgment Day.” And it’s available live on webtv.com. As far as answering your question, if you can repeat that again, I will.
What an opportunist asshole!
I thought Nancy Grace was going to have a stroke.
GRACE: I’m speechless that this guy Roberto Emerick, don’t tell me he’s giving away those CDs. I’m sure, although I haven’t logged on to try to buy one, that he’s making money off the blood of Bonny Lee Bakley? I’m stunned, I’m stunned that a juror throughout the trial was making a CD to put online to sell.
All the advisors said there is probably a 90-Day quiet period before anyone connected with the trial can profit from it (of course these advisors were probably just jealous because they were all prepping their own books).
I actually screamed ‘Stupid fucking Americans!’
Ron turned to me and said, ‘Honey, that’s my line.’
If I see Ashley Smith on one more channel. I might just lose my mind.
Between the Peterson death sentence, the Blake acquittal, the Nichols hostage taking and the Jackson trial – I need to put in the Loony Tunes DVDs!
Bought The Incredibles last night. What a great movie. I love Edna Mode.