It looks like Russian Deadpool wants to become Muslim
Holy shit lol.
Either he's going crazy in the clink or he's doing this so he fits in with a prison gang of some kind for protection because he knows they're throwing the book at him.
edit: or this is fake. One or the other.
Check out the comments in McDermott's 3rd video. There is a no pic/no video account claiming to be Laura Athena. As far as the age of the account goes, it created a play list on June 10th, and that is about the extent of it's history that I can determine. To counter it's credibility, Laura Athena also claims to be Aleksandr's fiancee. Kind of hard to pull off in a poly relationship and from jail.
But the accounts calling into question the validity of this video are worth looking at. This video is all chopped to hell. Her prior two letter videos were straight read throughs. So Jenny making up something out of whole cloth is an option. Aleksandr sending Jenny bullshit is another option. Also Jenny did go to the effort to put her full Punch & Judy clown make up on for this video.
Criminal prosecutions typically begin with an arraignment. In some jurisdictions, or in certain kinds of cases, a "preliminary hearing" may be held. Preliminary hearings are similar to arraignments, but provide more opportunity for counter-argument.
A preliminary hearing is best described as a "trial before the trial" at which the judge decides, not whether the defendant is "guilty" or "not guilty," but whether there is enough evidence to force the defendant to stand trial. In making this determination, the judge uses the "probable cause" legal standard, deciding whether the government has produced enough evidence to convince a reasonable jury that the defendant committed the crime(s) charged.
The "probable cause" standard is different from the standard for conviction, which is typically guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt." Probable cause refers to the existence of a logical basis for the prosecution, as opposed to strong evidence of guilt suggested by the conviction standard of "beyond a reasonable doubt." This means that winning at a preliminary hearing can be more difficult than winning at trial. Difficulty doesn't mean impossibility though, and a success at this stage can result in charges being dropped.
What to Expect at the Preliminary Hearing
In reaching this probable cause decision, the judge listens to arguments from the government (through a government attorney, or "prosecutor"), and from the defendant (usually through his or her attorney). The prosecutor may call witnesses to testify, and can introduce physical evidence in an effort to convince the judge that the case should go to trial. The defense usually cross-examines the government's witnesses and calls into question any other evidence presented against the defendant, seeking to convince the judge that the prosecutor's case is not strong enough, so that the case against the defendant must be dismissed before trial.
Preliminary Hearing -- Not in Every Case
A preliminary hearing may not be held in every criminal case in which a "not guilty" plea is entered. Some states conduct preliminary hearings only when a felony is charged, and other states utilize a "grand jury indictment" process in which a designated group of citizens decides whether, based on the government's evidence, the case should proceed to trial. Last but not least, the possibility always exists that any time prior to the preliminary hearing a criminal case will be resolved through a plea bargain between the government and the defendant. As to this last option, the prosecution may offer its most favorable plea offers prior to a preliminary hearing, since they have invested little effort in the case early in prosecution, and if the preliminary hearing goes very well for them they may be unwilling to offer a plea at all. On the other hand, if the hearing goes poorly for them you may be able to negotiate better terms, or have the case dismissed altogether. As such, the timing of negotiations and agreements around preliminary hearings should be carefully considered.
by either choking a superior, or throwing him out a window (the story changed)
Aleksandr had told her he had family in the Russian Mafia, and that the only reason he didn't share in their wealth was that they didn't approve of his support of LGBTQ rights.
she wasn't particularly fond of Harley, and only participated in a physical relationship with her to please Aleksandr
Other things to note from the comments section: sudden change of tone from @jennymcpoopypants from mawkish crocodile tears in the video to being a catty bitch calling Laura a "handmaid to a murderer and his lover"; and Bewildered Ape gaslighting a woman involved in a tragedy by accusing her of agreeing to be a witness for fame. Inot the end, everyone looks like a worse person than the man who killed a woman.
So the following video was posted on May 5. At 0:48 Heather mentions that she is staying at her grandparents house and that she's looking for apartments.Prime question that the Ashburn Station / Laura Athena discussion brings up. Ashburn claims she was moving to Denver and ditching the poly crowd. Laura Athena claims they were all coming along for the ride. Given that Heather had "all but moved to Denver," does anyone know if Heather had set up a 1 year lease on an apartment for one, or and apartment for three? Or was Heather just planning on having her own place, and letting Aleksandr & the crew move to Denver in an different apartment (or trailer park camper) if they wanted to do so.