It can't be worse than when she's voicing anime characters... right?I believe Nick will be showing Rial's depo on stream tonight, or at least the first part of it. Be warned if you've never heard Monica before, many people find her voice...difficult to listen to for long periods. I believe I've heard the term "screeching harpy" used before to describe it, and that was well before the whole KickVic thing started.
The youtube thumbnail is already quite horrifying, I will certainly put most of the video in backgroundI believe Nick will be showing Rial's depo on stream tonight, or at least the first part of it. Be warned if you've never heard Monica before, many people find her voice...difficult to listen to for long periods. I believe I've heard the term "screeching harpy" used before to describe it, and that was well before the whole KickVic thing started.
Its fine, he doesn't recall anything and he's not an 'authenticator of tweets' or a lawyer or a police officer. So he's free from fault.It makes their dumb opposition to the confidentiality agreement that would be normal in such cases look incredibly weird and counterproductive. But hey, Ron Soye Boye thought he had to pose as the sheepdog of whammen believing and scream to the skies he wanted ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING public.
Did they realize "everything" would include, well, everything?
This reminds me of a debate that used to go round my EMS Chiefs office. "If the opposing council actually drops dead in the courtroom, are we in any way legally required to do CPR?"People said they brought on Lemonparty to provoke Vic into getting mad and that might be the attempt, but it might also be that they want him to do shit that anyone else would get punched for, so they pick a dude who you're afraid might be killed if you even raised your voice to his puny, mosquito-beaten ass.
After listening to the deposition streams of Nick's, it sounded to me like they essentially got nothing out of Vic other than he is kind of a bad judge of character, hooked up with some chicks while engaged, and was a police officer for a short period. Does that sound about right?
It put a dent in the serial rapist narrative. He was a police officer and a teacher, two very important positions of power, and decided to wait until he was an anime voice actor to start raping women. Weird, huh?These depositions seem to be a pretty colossal waste of time from the viewer's perspective, frankly.
On its own it's pretty sketchy but it looks really terrible in contrast to Vic who didn't dodge any questions, was direct and much less "selective" about his memory. He also never got upset or got into an argument with the attorney who was examining him in contrast to Soye who got increasingly flustered and defensive as it went on.What a weasel. But refusing to even properly answer some of the questions is really bad, right? Especially considering he way overplayed the selective memory card.
According to Vic it was in front of several people so there were witnesses, but I'm not sure if it was a panel or not. If it is, there might be a recording somewhere.What additional documentation exists of the "Jellybean Incident"? It featured in Monica's deposition, and may be falsifiable.
Which is really asinine because Sun Tzu also said it's idiotic to attack where you enemy is strongest, and that avenue of attack is downright impregnable, as Nick bent every legal effort he could making sure it passed muster since day one. GFM themselves signed off it as well, and it was set up so it went to well defined parties for explicit purposes.I bet Lemon and Casey read the Art of War at some point and heard "if you can't beat the enemy in a straight fight, cut off their supply lines" - hence the attempt to somehow separate Vic and the GFM. Doesn't sound like it'll work, but it probably has a better chance of success than arguing MoRonica's "case".