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Camacho in the Wheelhouse: Rim Student Murder Suspect’s Trial Delayed

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  • dirude posted at 3:19 pm on Wed, Jan 29, 2020.

    dirude Posts: 0

    Great writing..... Please add pictures to your next report on this case. Thank you.

  • FarmerJim posted at 1:37 pm on Sat, Jan 18, 2020.

    FarmerJim Posts: 0

    Yes, there's lots of descriptive hyperbole, but all that extra detail went a long way to make me feel that I was there, looking around the room. Since one may have to wait hours for anything significant to happen in any courtroom, all that's left is to notice and observe every little detail and movement and take notes.

    Mr. Kipley's narrative left a smile on my face. Besides, I'd rather have too many details than not enough.

    One question I have though is that the last entry for this case was on Dec. 31st and it is now Jan. 18. Has nothing else happened in all this time?

  • Kencon88 posted at 3:46 pm on Thu, Jan 16, 2020.

    Kencon88 Posts: 0

    I have to be honest. This article written by Nick Kipley is unnecessarily way too descriptive. Even hard to follow at some points with the constant narrative. No offense but just the facts are needed. No need to elaborate on how much sanitizer the bailiff used to clean his hands. I mean... come on. I felt like I was reading a novel! It's just very unconventional compared to how a normal news article is written. While I appreciate the detail, a normal article would have been nice, given the magnitude of this crime and the public interest in this case.

  • MountainLife13 posted at 2:53 pm on Fri, Jan 10, 2020.

    MountainLife13 Posts: 0

    Ok you are a good writer if this was a true crime novel, but good journalists lay off the descriptive hyperbole and do not assume facts not in evidence.