Wednesday, March 24, 2010
As far as I know, these are the channels for TruTV:
Dish Network 204
Direct TV 246
Time Warner 75
If you want to discuss the trial or the experts and commentators, please feel free to leave comments here.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Former minister Matt Baker was disciplined last month at the McLennan County Jail for “making obscene sexual hand gestures” toward two female jail inmates, according to jail records. The disciplinary action came 12 days after Baker was convicted of killing his wife."
"Two female inmates alerted jailers that Baker made what the reports describe as an “obscene sexual hand gesture” toward them both as they walked down the hallway for dental appointments Feb. 2.
The report cites Baker for disorderly conduct, making sexual advances and creating a disruption." (read more)
I don't know if Matt is so sick that he just can't help it or if he thinks he's "so hot" that women ANYWHERE will fall at his rubber-flip-flopped feet if only he'll toss them a "ministerial" obscene sexual hand gesture or what. What's clear is he continues to be a sexually perverted and troubled "man" and is exactly where he belongs. Hopefully the County Jail can protect its women (inmates, staff and jailers) while he's still here. And I'm sure whatever State Prison he goes to will keep him in line just fine.
Sunday, March 7, 2010
In case you haven't had a chance to read it or hear it again, here is a portion of the victim impact statement of Kari's Mom, Linda Dulin, after Matt was found guilty and sentenced. It explains the new choice of words on the sticker.
Taken from WacoTrib.com's Erin Quinn's live blog, January 21, 2010.
Oh, yes, Linda. It sure does.
5:52 p.m. --Kari Baker's mother, Linda Dulin, delivers her victim impact statement. She tells her son-in-law to look at her. Linda Dulin says: "You took her from us, Matt. You discarded her like she was yesterday's trash. You murdered the mother of your children. ...You really can't look at me, can you?" He looks up from the floor and looks at her.
"You took (Kensi and Grace's) mother and then fed them lies. ...Thank goodness this journey doesn't end here. ...You see, Matt, you were never going to win this one. You spent your life preying on innocent people. ...But love trumps evil. Do you hear me, Matt? Love trumps evil." She continues: "(When I see Kari again) she's going to run toward me and knock me over and smother me with kisses. ...God told us he would never forsake us and he hasn't. We have felt his arms around us through this entire process. ...We are so very blessed. We are blessed.
So, what do we do now? Well, first we thank God for bringing us here to this place. ...But next, Jim and I commit our lives to Kensi and Grace. ...We can't give them back their mother, but we want, more than anything in this world, for them to be whole and healthy. You poisoned them. You taught them to hate. But it won't last. It won't last."
She continues: "You have to spend many years in prison. What you did was horrific. It was horrific, Matt. And I believe you're capable of much more evil." Matt Baker shakes his head. She continues: "But....we have to step out and forgive. So, we do. We forgive. Because that's the only way, Matt. ...Love trumps evil."