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Monday, July 26, 2010

KIngCast asks DAs Conley, Zabin & proven liars Michael Picardi, Derek Lodie: Are you sure you convicted the right man in the Dan Talbot murder trial?

Soooo.... I asked in this post whether Dan Conley and the Jury wrongly convicted Robert Iacoviello, Jr. for the murder of Revere Police Officer Daniel Talbot.

I noted in this post about State's witness, purportedly altruistic "Bat Man" Jason Watson, that my buddy Seth Daniel discovered an eerily familiar fact pattern of violence and deception on the part of Derek Lodie and Michael Picardi.

Now Derek Lodie has taken an extension on his 20 July 2010 trial date and many believe he is going to Cop a Plea, just as he did in the Dan Talbot case.

Safe to say that if the Revere PD had arrested Derek Lodie for these events when they should have, Dan Talbot would be alive today, and Robert Iacoviello, Jr. would be a free man, taking care of his child as people have written to tell me that he always did in a kind and considerate, loving manner..... in opposition to Jason Watson, who has physically threatened the mother of his child and her family. I know for fact that his Restraining Order was extended.

And I again remind you that Officer Billy Soto's testimony put the gunfire flash in Derek Lodie's hand?

Now I am going to post a good segment of Seth Daniel's Revere Journal story:
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On Sept. 26, 2007, (3 days before the Talbot tragedy) three young men were walking on Cooledge Street in Revere when Lodie allegedly began to approach them.

“What are you doing in my projects?” he allegedly yelled at them as he walked closer.

Once he was next to them, Lodie is alleged to have lunged at one of the youths. A second of the three youths jumped in front of the attack, and began to fight with Lodie. The third youth also joined in the fray.

Eventually, Lodie ran off into the Cooledge Street development.

Simultaneously, the second youth realized that he had been stabbed three times in the chest and abdomen area – pretty serious injuries. The third youth had a sizable slice on his thumb. Witnesses called 9-1-1 and the injured youths were rushed off to the hospital.

When police arrived on the scene, that’s when Picardi became involved.

Picardi allegedly told police that he witnessed the incident and that it was William “Billy” Bagnera who had stabbed the youths.

However, it turned out that Picardi’s information was a lie. Yet another foreboding situation given what would transpire in the Talbot case just a few days later. Revere Police immediately put out a warrant for Bagnera – who had a sizable record and a lot of criminal contact with police in the past.

Lodie and Picardi escaped to a mutual friend’s house, where they discussed what had just happened while others overheard.


Two days later, Bagnera was arrested and charged in the stabbings.

Despite his innocence, he was held in custody for more than two months before police were able to point the crime at Lodie and Picardi. One day after police arrested Bagnera, Officer Talbot was murdered behind the high school after starting an argument with Lodie as he walked by.

Lodie is represented by Attorney Jay Carney, who also represented him in the Talbot case. Carney had no comment on the upcoming trial, which is scheduled for a July 20 start in Boston’s Suffolk Superior Court (continued to 11 Aug 2010).
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Paul, you and I both know this is a walk that we have to take, no disrespect to your brother in the least. It's about respect for the Constitution and whether a young man is doing time for a crime he did not commit, and whether others got passes for any potentially criminal conduct on their parts.

Dan, don't blow your stack at me, as you did while Jake Wark laughed (KingCast video) when I tried to ask you a simple question, Counselor. I'm only asking reasonable questions that other are asking as well. It's called the First Amendment, the name of the blog is the name of the game, you know that's why Careers in Criminal Justice gave me Top Ranking for Constitutional Law blogs, above the ACLU. I look forward to reading the Appellate Briefs in the event that Derek Lodie does not admit to the shooting of Daniel Talbot.

Related: The Wait of the World.

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