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The State of Alabama vs. Harvey Updyke, Jr. Case File

Early this morning, a ‘Blogle friend within the legal community sent me the case file for The State of Alabama vs. Harvey Updyke, Jr., but I wanted to make absolutely sure it was okay to post before I did. I have now been told that it is public record, so I’m posting it, without any uber-personal info showing. Don’t worry, you didn’t need to know his SSN anyway, but finding out this guy makes $1600 a month from Social Security has to make you feel good.

There isn’t much more in this file than what you already know, but it’s cool to see. However, I have learned that the lawyer that was appointed to defend Updyke, Philip Tyler, has since said “no way I’m defending this guy”, or something to that effect. Go ahead and have a look…feel all professional-like.

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3 comments

KrisKinnus 02/17/2011 at 9:08 pm

This just in: Updyke has expressed concern over potential personal bias of a Lee County jury, thus effecting the outcome of his trial. Therefore, he has suggested that the trial be moved to a TRUE neutral site: ….Legion Field.

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craig 02/18/2011 at 5:26 am

Is there any truth to the rumor that was started in the last day or so that Bama paid Cyrus Kouidanjio 200k to sign? Because that is what I saw on an internet board, and those things are never wrong. I think Bama definately paid Cyrus Kouidanjio 200k to sign. In fact, even if we cannot prove it, I think we should tell the NCAA that we are unable to disprove the fact that Bama paid Cyrus Kouidanjio 200k to sign just so that they can investigate the matter to make sure that, in fact, Bama did or did not pay Cyrus Kouidanjio 200k to sign.

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knitogether 02/21/2011 at 5:30 pm

I second your motion. What’s the NCAA phone number?

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