Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Amero Sentencing Delayed (Again) to 18May07

Once again we learn that the sentencing for Julie Amero has been postponed. According to Bob Johnston at Blog E-Computer-Security.Info:
"I determined the rescheduling to May 18th by calling the GA-21 Criminal Clerks office in Norwich Superior Court this morning at about 11:30PM EDST. I was told by the media it was not official yet and I suspect that is why none of the media seem to have picked this up yet. None-the-less, I was told the following, "The Julie Amero sentencing hearing has been rescheduled for May 18th in Norwich Superior Court." Thus, I have no reason to doubt its accuracy."
Mr. Johnston's report was confirmed later by the (IMO, biased) Norwich Bulletin.

In the event you are not familiar with the Amero case, click on the "Amero" tag in this post and you'll get quite an earful. However, you won't find any new information from Alex Eckelberry at SunbeltBLOG. He is no longer discussing the case publicly as he is part of a forensic team working with the defense. Go, Alex!


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