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Live Blog: State v. Mollet, Day 2

May 23rd, 2012 by josh farley

CASE BACKGROUND: Testimony begins today in the case of State of Washington vs. Megan Mollet. Mollet is charged by county prosecutors with rendering criminal assistance to the man who killed Washington State Trooper Tony Radulescu on Feb. 23. Mollet is also charged with making false statements to police.

Mollet’s attorney is arguing that she was under duress at the time of and after the shooting.

We’re in a bit of a delay this morning but court is expected to begin shortly.

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7 Responses to “Live Blog: State v. Mollet, Day 2”

  1. Taumy Says:

    Case closed at 11:18

  2. Taumy Says:

    Is giving false statement to a LEO going to be heard separately from the rendering criminal assistance charges then?

  3. josh farley Says:

    Taumy — No, they’re part of the same case.

  4. Chris Says:

    Terra,

    If you disagree that that things poor choices led to it being in this situation, then what led to it being there? Did subhuman Blake force it to smoke meth? Did he force it into the truck? Did he force it to lie to police after the fact?

    I gather that this thing is your friend, but try and be objective.

  5. Andrew Says:

    Taumy:
    They are part of the same case, but each charge is independent of the other as far as a ruling and sentencing will be concerned, so she may be charged with one, both, or neither charges with appropriate sentancing for each charge she is found guilty of.

  6. chris Says:

    DON’T TAKE THE WHOLE SAD SITUATION OUT ON MEGAN. I KNOW YOU ALL WANT TO BLAME SOMEONE, BUT THAT PERSON IS JOSH BLAKE. RIP OFFICER.

  7. carol Says:

    my heart goes out to the family and friends of the brave officer. this should have never happened, but unfortunately it did. being an addict is not a choice. megan is a child that’s had no guidance at all in her life. maybe a year or so might be helpful for her, but please don’t take her life away for the actions of josh blake. please.

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