23 year old Ohio woman Sydney Powell killed her mother

23 year old Ohio woman Sydney Powell killed her mother by beating her with an iron skillet and stabbing her dozens of times because mom found out her daughter had been kicked out of college

I’m Julia Janee here joining Ted Rollins and we
are covering this new information out of Ohio that there is a guilty verdict for
Sidney Powell.
All counts.
This jury came back after nine and a half hours.
Ted.
Yeah.
they took their time over three days and at the end of the day though.
as
Shanley Painter pointed out with their mannerisms in the courtroom.
they just
didn’t believe Sidney Powell was suffering from an acute mental breakdown
when she murdered her mother in 2018.
Let’s start the hour by looking back.
If
you missed it.
this is what happened when the verdict was read.
Verdict form number
one as to count one reads.
we the jury in this case being duly impaneled.
sworn
and affirmed.
do hereby find the defendant Sidney Powell guilty of the
offense of murder as charged in count one.
The form goes on to say.
and we do
so render our verdict upon the concurrence of 12 members of said jury.
Each of us said jurors concurring in said verdict signs their name here to
this 20th day of September 2023.
Each juror has signed in ink next to his or
her name.

to hereby find the defendant Sidney Powell guilty
of the offense of felonious assault as charged in count three.
And it reads.
and we do so render our verdict upon the concurrence of 12 members of said jury.
Each of us said jurors concurring in said verdict signs their name here to
this 20th day of September 2023.
Each juror has signed his or her name in ink
next to their juror number.
And to me that sent a message of exactly what they were
thinking and feeling about the defendant Sidney Powell when she
murdered her mother in 2020.
They didn’t buy the defense of insanity
here.

But what was also unique about this case is that the entire courtroom
circumstance here in this matter.
You also could sense the close relationship
between the defendant Sidney and her attorney Don Malarczyk who put his heart
and soul into this case and representing her as if she was his own
daughter is what he’s told me.
And she immediately turns to him once she
starts what seemed like kind of hyperventilating or crying
uncontrollably.
It’s what it sounded like in the courtroom.
He immediately
put his arm on her to comfort her in those moments trying to calm her down.
The bailiffs moved to a position behind her that they weren’t at originally
when the verdict was beginning to be registered case.
You know.

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you know.
no threats to her mom or anything like that.
It does seem to be very sudden.
And I do agree with people I’ve talked to who are watching this
trial who’ve said that they’ve seen something like it in their family with family members.
They agree that it’s schizophrenia.
that it’s
totally an anomaly for that person’s personality and that they need medication.
Absolutely.
It’s complicated.
The jury came to their decision.
Our viewers are split.
It’s a case that we won’t forget here in court.
Do you know every now and then there’s one that you scratch your head.
you’re wondering what should be done with this individual.
And this is one.
And the jury in Ohio has decided that she should go to prison.

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