Sunday, December 23, 2012

Scott Franklin - Dec. 4, 2009 Possible plea deal 2009 Plans for murder by Craig in 1999

Morgan  had her own encounter with Scott, who is a situational psychopath, the cultural reframing coming through Craig (Incest Porn) Franklin and, possibly, his father, Dr. Carl Franklin of USC.   Craig is clearly disordered but, according to this Affidavit from Morgan, dated August 27, 2009.  The facts conform with what the other children, who were witnesses, reported. 

I have to assume Dan O'Dowd was aware of these discussions and had them with Craig as well and so may well be involved if such plans are now being made.  

As you read the document you see it refutes many of Morgan's other statements made recently, raising the question of what part situational psychopathy is playing in her behavior today.  

This affidavit, signed August 29th, refutes the comment she was not adopted by Franklin. Affidavit, Morgan Pillsbury Gell, August 29, 2009 

An article on situational psychopathy, using Craig, Dan, and the children of Pillsbury-Foster, and the Franklin family as examples, is now being written.  

Possible plea deal in murder-for-hire case

Yuba County prosecutors said Thursday they will offer a plea deal to Jonathan Scott Franklin, charged with attempted murder after allegedly paying an undercover police officer posing as a hit man $1,000 to kill his wife.
Deputy District Attorney Mike Byrne declined comment on the proposed agreement until he speaks with the now-ex-wife.
One of Franklin's attorneys, Nancy Southworth, said after meeting with Byrne and prosecutor Mechele Cook in Judge James Curry's chambers, that a motion to suppress tape recordings of Franklin allegedly discussing the plot with the undercover officer has been withdrawn, leaving the evidence valid "at this point."
A preliminary hearing, at which Curry would rule on whether probable cause exists to hold Franklin on the attempted murder charge, was continued until Dec. 11.
In the motion, Southworth and fellow defense attorney Phillipa Lauben contended police lacked a court order allowing the officer to "wear a wire" while meeting with Franklin.
Byrne responded that an order is not needed in cases where police have probable cause to believe a violent crime is likely.
Still in effect is another defense motion alleging police lacked probable cause to search Franklin's residence. The search found child pornography on Franklin's computer.

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