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    A WOMAN gave a seemingly distraught 911 call after her husband had locked himself in their bedroom for over a day.  Stacey Castor became worried about her spouse, David Castor, telling the 911 dispatcher, “I’m really scared, you know?” 5Stacey Castor killed her husband and tried to blame her own daughter for the crimeCredit: ABC 5Stacey married David Castor in 2003 before his mysterious death in 2005, which was believed to be a suicideCredit: ABC 5Stacey's ex-husband, Michael Wallace, also died under strange circumstances in 2000Credit: ABC An officer arrived at the scene and managed to gain entrance into the locked room at the family’s home in Syracuse, New York. Inside, 48-year-old David was found naked and unresponsive covered in his own vomit on the couple’s bed.  Next to him on the bedside table was a glass of green liquid and a jug of antifreeze on the floor.  Sgt Michael Norton of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office said, “It appears to be a simple suicide by antifreeze poisoning.” READ MORE TRUE CRIMEKILLER'S POISON PLOT Before she died, Stacey Castor targeted...
    CONVICTED murderer Stacey Castor used duplicitous methods to victimize her own family members. While utilizing antifreeze, Stacey poisoned and killed her late second husband David and proceeded to plot an attempt on her daughter Ashley's life. 2Before dying in jail, Stacey Castor (pictured left) used antifreeze to carry out the poisoning deaths of both of her husbandsCredit: ABC Who was Stacey Castor? Born on July 24, 1967, New York-born Stacey Castor became notoriously dubbed as "The Black Widow" in the media for the murders she committed. Her first victim was her first husband Michael Wallace, who she married in 1998. In 2000, Michael succumbed to a heart attack and died. However, when his corpse was exhumed for a toxicology screening years later, investigators revealed that he was killed through antifreeze poisoning. Read More on Stacey's crimesSICK PLOT Chilling clues revealed wife as killer after death of husbands & daughter framedSHOCKING KILL The details behind David Castor's sudden passing revealed Michael's corpse was uncovered and examined in relation to investigators considering Stacey a suspect in his homicide, as well as the...
    THE murder of David Castor shocked Onondaga County in the early 2000s and proved once again that things aren't always what they seem. At first, authorities believed that he had died of an apparent suicide, but an investigation soon discovered that he was targeted by the one he loved most. 2Stacey Castor married David Castor in August 2003Credit: ABC What happened to David Castor? On August 22, 2005, David Castor was found dead in his bedroom after his wife, Stacey Castor, made a frantic 911 call saying her husband didn't show up for work. At the time, it was believed that he had died of an apparent suicide because police found a bottle of antifreeze under the bed, but according to ABC News, they began to suspect foul play after a turkey baster that smelled like alcohol was found in the trash. According to ABC, Stacey told Diane Leshinski, a former detective with the Onondaga Sheriff’s Office, that he had been depressed due to the recent loss of his father. Read More CrimeANTI-FREEZE KILLER Everything to...
    THE case of a "Black Widow" mother who nearly got away with killing her two husbands contains a series of chilling clues that led to her arrest. Stacey Castor painted herself as a victim of tragedy while police determined the cold-blooded killer attempted to kill her daughter and frame the girl for her horror crimes. 5Stacey Castor murdered both her husbands and attempted to kill her daughter and frame her, court officials foundCredit: ABC 5Stacey's first husband Michael Wallace died of an apparent heart attack, officials saidCredit: ABC 5Her second husband David Castor died of apparent suicide, but investigators were suspicious when they found a turkey baster that smelled of alcohol in the trash can of Stacey's homeCredit: ABC 5Cator's daughter Ashley said that one night she had a cocktail made by her mother that tasted bad - the next day she woke up in a hospital where detectives said there was a suicide note where she admitting to murdering her father and stepdadCredit: ABC 5Officials took Stacey to court in a historic case after Ashley told police she never...
    DAVID Schoen is one of the attorneys representing former president Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial. Schoen, 62, is a criminal defense and civil rights attorney. 5David SchoenCredit: Alamy Live News Who is David Schoen's wife? Schoen and his wife, Elizabeth Hope Kramar have been married for over three decades. There is no information on the exact date the two tied the knot. The couple have two children together and live in West Windsor, New Jersey. 5David Schoen is married to Elizabeth Hope KramarCredit: Splash News 5Schoen during Donald Trump's second impeachment trialCredit: AP:Associated Press What is Schoen's net worth? Schoen has a reported net worth of $6million, stemming from his work as an attorney. What did Schoen say on Hannity? Schoen was a guest on Fox News' Sean Hannity the night of February 9, and the attorney came to the defense of his teams winding statements during the opening of the Senate impeachment trial. Schoen said his defense partner, Bruce Castor, and Castor's law firm "seem to be very capable people" and that Castor hadn't planned to begin his arguments on...
    David Schoen, the attorney for former President Donald Trump, responded to criticisms from Republicans over the legal team’s defense presentation during the first day of the Senate impeachment trial on Tuesday, as reported by USA Today. Schoen acknowledged the need for improvement, they “have to do better next time.” The lawyer responded to comments made by the Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, who said the team of Schoen and Bruce Castor are “disorganized” and “did everything they could but to talk about the question at hand.” “Now if I’m an impartial juror, and one side is doing a great job, and the other side is doing a terrible job, on the issue at hand, as an impartial juror, I’m going to vote for the side that did the good job,” Cassidy said, who went on to praise the prosecution’s case — which used video clips from the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and Trump’s words before and during — as “focused.” The Louisiana senator was one of six Republicans who voted alongside Democrats to deem the...
    An impeachment attorney for former President Donald Trump blasted video evidence presented by Democrats Tuesday, which he claimed was probably made by a large movie company to dupe the American public. “It’s very easy to stand up and show spliced and manufactured films,” David Schoen told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Tuesday night. Schoen was referring to a lengthy video montage shown by lead House manager Jamie Raskin on the first day of Senate arguments in Trump’s second impeachment trial. The 14-minute production mashed together clips from Trump’s speech and footage of his supporters, as well as images of the deadly riot. “Literally, the Democrats, the House managers, probably hired a large movie company and a large law firm to put together this thing,” Schoen told Hannity. Trump’s Jan. 6 speech is at the center of the Democrats’ impeachment case, as they will assert it fired up his supporters to march on the Capitol in an effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Schoen said the video was meant to deceive the American people by making it appear as if...
    More On: donald trump With acquittal a foregone conclusion, the real drama is what Trump does next: Goodwin Letters to the Editor — Feb. 10, 2021 Why Trump lawyer David Schoen covered his head with every sip of water Senate votes 56-44 to proceed with Trump impeachment trial An impeachment attorney for former President Donald Trump blasted video evidence presented by Democrats Tuesday, which he claimed was probably made by a large movie company to dupe the American public. “It’s very easy to stand up and show spliced and manufactured films,” David Schoen told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Tuesday night. Schoen was referring to a lengthy video montage shown by lead House manager Jamie Raskin on the first day of Senate arguments in Trump’s second impeachment trial. The 14-minute production mashed together clips from Trump’s speech and footage of his supporters, as well as images of the deadly riot. “Literally, the Democrats, the House managers, probably hired a large movie company and a large law firm to put together this thing,” Schoen told Hannity. Trump’s Jan. 6 speech is...
    Fox News’ Sean Hannity spoke with Trump lawyer David Schoen Tuesday night and gently tried to address some of the criticism of the other major Trump lawyer who spoke at the impeachment trial. Bruce Castor’s performance was just incredibly meandering and all over the place, and not only was he roundly panned, but report after report has made it beyond clear that Donald Trump himself was furious. Hannity started off the interview by telling Schoen he loved his performance, but said, “I thought it started a little meandering. Sort of like a lot of free associating in the beginning.” “And I’m not attacking your partner, I don’t know him at all, but I like focused arguments,” Hannity said as he went back to praising Schoen’s presentation. But towards the end of the segment, Hannity once again raised the issue, noting all the criticism of Castor and saying, “Seemed to be free-associating, extemporaneous, somewhat meandering.” “Will this be more focused and will it be more prepared? Are there other people that are planning to make those arguments? ‘Cause some conservatives called...
    Former President Donald Trump's impeachment lawyer David Schoen argued that it would be unconstitutional for the Senate to try Trump for incitement of insurrection – claiming the process was fueled by 'base hatred' and a 'lust for impeachment.'   'This is a process fueled irresponsibly by base hatred by these house managers and those who gave them their charge, and they are willing to sacrifice our national character to advance their hatred and their fear that one day, they might not be the party in power,' Schoen told senators seated in the chamber at the start of Trump's trial Tuesday. At one point Schoen held up a copy of the U.S. Constitution, calling its emphasis on due process as its 'life breath.'  David Schoen, an attorney for former President Donald Trump, brandished Mao's little red book as he argued for due process in the Trump Senate impeachment trial Then, he brandished a copy of Mao Tse Tung's famous 'little red book' seeking to drive home his attack on the proceeding, seeking to tie those who would impeach Trump or deny...
    The Trump impeachment defense counsel’s second presentation, by attorney David Schoen, cut a strikingly different and angry tone on Tuesday afternoon. And the reactions online were correspondingly outraged by his vitriol aimed at the House Impeachment Managers and Schoen’s not-so-subtle implication the Senate trial could lead to a second civil war. Schoen’s heated and aggressive argument, from the outset, contrasted with his co-counsel Bruce Castor’s wandering and often-befuddling opening statement. It didn’t take long for observers to point out Schoen’s ugly, implied threat to the Senate, his contradictory claim that the second Trump impeachment was both rushed and too slow, and his hypocritical attack on the House Democrats for using a “movie”-like video as evidence — just minutes before doing the same himself. Did Schoen just threaten that there could be a second civil war if Trump is convicted? — James Hohmann (@jameshohmann) February 9, 2021 "They want to put you through a 16 hour presentation, over two days, focusing on this as if it were some side of blood sport … this is a process fueled irresponsibly by base hatred"...
    DONALD Trump's second impeachment trial is set to begin on Tuesday, February 9, in the Senate. Trump is the only president in US history to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives. He was charged with "incitement of insurrection" in connection with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. * Read our Donald Trump impeachment live blog for the very latest news and updates on the former president... 6Donald Trump's second impeachment trial will begin on Tuesday, February 9Credit: Reuters Who have David Schoen and Bruce Castor defended? Schoen has done extensive work on public interest and civil rights cases in the south about matters dealing with police, prison violence and ballot access. Among his many cases, he played a significant role in a class-action lawsuit that challenged Alabama’s foster care system and led to improvements. 6David Schoen He represented the Ku Klux Klan in successfully challenging a law that forbade them from marching while wearing hoods and without paying a fee. Schoen recently made headlines after expressing his belief that Jeffrey Epstein did not commit suicide, contradicting the findings of a medical examiner's determination....
    DONALD Trump's second impeachment trial is set to begin on Tuesday, February 9, in the Senate. Trump was the only president in US history to be impeached twice by the House of Representatives in connection with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, that left five people dead. 1Donald Trump's second impeachment trial will begin on Tuesday, February 9Credit: Reuters Who are lawyers David Schoen and Bruce Castor? David Schoen is an Alabama-based civil rights and criminal defense lawyer. Bruce Caster is a former district attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Both will be representing former President Donald Trump at his upcoming impeachment trial, however neither have worked with each other in the past. It remains unclear who has primacy as the lead lawyer on the team. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For...
    EX-US President Donald Trump has named two new lawyers to lead his second impeachment defense team. One of his attorneys met with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein before his death, while the other was criticized for not charging actor Bill Cosby in a sex crimes case. 7Donald Trump is widely tipped to being found not guilty at his 2nd impeachment trialCredit: AFP or licensors Who is David Schoen? David Schoen is a civil rights and criminal defense lawyer based in Montgomery, Alabama. A press release from Donald Trump's office said that, "Schoen has already been working with the 45th President and other advisors to prepare for the upcoming trial". He has previously served as trial counsel in the past for the Democratic Party. Schoen also previously represented Trump’s longtime advisor Roger Stone - with the lawyer maintaining that the case against him was “very unfair and politicized". Stone was convicted in November 2019 of lying under oath to lawmakers who were investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Trump commuted Stone's sentence with a presidential pardon in July 2020. 7Lawyer David...
    WASHINGTON (CBS/AP) — A former Montgomery County district attorney and commissioner is on former President Donald Trump’s impeachment defense team. Trump on Sunday named two lawyers to his team, one day after it was revealed that the former president had parted ways with an earlier set of attorneys. The two lawyers representing him will be David Schoen, an Alabama attorney, and Bruce Castor, a former prosecutor in Pennsylvania. Trump’s team revealed Saturday that several South Carolina lawyers who were set to represent him at the trial starting next week were no longer participating. Trump, the first president in American history to be impeached twice, is set to stand trial in the Senate on a charge that he incited his supporters to storm Congress on Jan. 6 as lawmakers met to certify Joe Biden’s electoral victory. Republicans and Trump aides have made clear that they intend to make a simple argument in the trial: Trump’s trial is unconstitutional because he is no longer in office. Legal scholars say there is no bar to an impeachment trial despite Trump having left the...
    Former President Donald Trump has finally found lawyers to represent him during his Senate impeachment trial: an ex-prosecutor who declined to charge Bill Cosby and an Alabama attorney with ties to Jeffrey Epstein. Bruce Castor and David Schoen will be replacing no fewer than five other lawyers who split with Trump over strategy days before his trial for inciting the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Trump reportedly wanted the previous lawyers to parrot his false claim that the 2020 election was stolen from him—the very accusation that led his supporters to carry out the deadly insurrection. It’s not clear if the new lawyers plan to use that strategy. “It is an honor to represent the 45th President, Donald J. Trump, and the United States Constitution,” Schoen, said in a statement released by Trump. Castor added, “The strength of our Constitution is about to be tested like never before in our history.” Castor is the former Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, district attorney who chose not to prosecute Cosby when allegations of sexual assault were first brought. Cosby...
    Donald Trump has announced attorneys David Schoen and Bruce Castor will head the legal team in his second impeachment trial. The former president released a statement through his office calling the trial lawyers 'highly-respected'. He also said that both Schoen and Castor agree that the impeachment is 'unconstitutional - a fact 45 Senators voted in agreement with last week'. Trump's announcement followed reports he parted ways with his lead impeachment lawyers just over a week before the trial is set to begin, after the president insisted they argue that the election was stolen from him.  Donald Trump has announced attorneys David Schoen and Bruce Castor will head the legal team in his second impeachment trial  Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier, both South Carolina lawyers who were expected to be among the lead attorneys for the case, are no longer with Trump's defense team.  Josh Howard, a North Carolina attorney who was recently added to the team, as well as Greg Harris and Johnny Gasser, two former federal prosecutors from South Carolina, have also left, according to CNN.  The parting...
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