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nerd guy
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Man convicted of sexual assault of a child drinks something at court hearing, dies

This board needs at least one story with a happy ending for the day.
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A Denton County jury had just convicted 57-year old Edward LeClair of Frisco of five counts of sexually assaulting a child, all of which involved one victim.

Denton County First Assistant DA Jamie Beck said the judge had LeClair and his lawyers stand for the verdict. And when he did, he began drinking liquid from a bottle.

"He started to chug from a water bottle on the desk in front of him" said Beck. "and he wasn't just drinking it, he was chugging it."

eClair was taken to a holding cell while lawyers and the judge began talking about the sentencing hearing.

While in the cell, LeClair dropped over unconscious. Minutes later he was dead.



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bamarep
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Saved the state a shite ton of money


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TheOrgeronTrail
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All pedophiles should have to do this once convicted


Fat and Happy
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Pretty easy way to go.

Probably sucks till you go unconscious but overall seems easy.



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not Jack
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What do yall think was in the bottle?


the LSUSaint
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Anyone here know what substance does that? Seems like an easy way to go


genuineLSUtiger
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Cyanide


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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No that’s a bottle of water I suspect most taxpayers would be comfortable paying for






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Stealth Matrix
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He had help on this. We need to find out who supplied that water bottle.
... and give them a cash reward.


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What do yall think was in the bottle?


could have been sodium nitrate - my question is how did he get poison in a water bottle into the jail?


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The Mick
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Interesting to find out if someone helped him by bringing the spiked water into the courtroom.


Oates Mustache
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What do yall think was in the bottle?


Squirt


Hester Carries
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Honestly, the state should offer suicide to all convicted persons as an option.


Master of Sinanju
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What do yall think was in the bottle?


I bet it was poison.


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lsuhunt555
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nerd guy
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Interesting to find out if someone helped him by bringing the spiked water into the courtroom.



Apparently he was out and was allowed to bring in his own water. Or poison.

These bottles should be handed out to of these people undergoing these hearings.


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alphaandomega
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All pedophiles should have to do this once convicted




Wood chipper works too.


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RougeDawg
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Great! Now I won't be able to bring water into the courtroom for my sentencing because of one jackass.


lostinbr
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Member since Oct 2017
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my question is how did he get poison in a water bottle into the jail?

Maybe he was out on bail?


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