Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Judge to hear motion on shooting evidence

More than seven years after Kyle Bolaski shot and killed a man, a judge will hear a motion on whether jurors should learn about the victim’s mental health during Bolaski’s new trial.


  1. Just another scam trying to get a murderer out of prison.Arguing over something that had nothing to do with the murderer committing his heinous crime . Nothing but an attorney's shell game.The guillotine, the guillotine...

  2. If I was in his position and my life was threatened like his was I would have done the exact same thing because if he hadn't, his life would have been taken from this pyscho, when the drugs that were in his system mix together you are not in your right mind which is why people get killed and they do not realize it even happened! Kyle came from a good family and a good home and is not a murderer in my opinion. I can't say that for the other one...but I know what would have happened if he wasn't killed, somebody else would have died that day. You are telling me that if someone is running at you with an ax, your not going to react that way, especially with those drugs in his system??????

  3. Bob Lombard12/3/15, 5:29 PM

    The concept that the jury is better served by hiding the facts from them... that's pretty weird, ain't it? Concealing hearsay is one thing, documented facts are another.

  4. The seond shot was not warranted thus intent to kill changes self defense to murder...

  5. The prosecutor John Lavoie is incompetent, he evaded service in the case (motions to intervene) and he assaulted a witness at trial outside of the courthouse. Secret motions are just the way this punk Lavoie works, a sleazy attorney. -- scott huminski


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