Courtroom Drama: Batts Bond Revoked

What Kind Of Shit Is This Update:

Per the defendant, the verdict is in. “This is bullshit!”, exclaimed a, once again, remorseless Timothy Batts following The Judge revoking his bond for using cocaine within three days of being released on bail.

This outburst was left out of the original broadcast of the live hearing and CBS News 5 refused to air it and referred viewers to their website.

If there is one thing the media finds uncouth to air, it’s profane courtroom outbursts, amirite?

Reading the Twitter feeds of his supporters by using my patent pending Ebonix translation technology, it appears Batts’ situation is the blame of the police, the judge, the DA, White Amerikkka, and, yes, God’s failure to come out of the lamp they’re rubbing to grant them three wishes.

It be aiight doe becuz ‘dem percocets be kickin’ in…

*****”

I honestly did not see this coming.

Courtroom testimony at Batts’ preliminary hearing this morning from the officer who administered the original surprise drug test and a review of the results by Aegis Labs has led to the bond being revoked for Timothy Batts:

10:57 a.m.: Caseworker at Timothy Batts’ probation office said it took Batts nearly an hour to submit a large enough urine sample suitable to conduct drug screen.

11:00 a.m.: Probation employee said once drug screen was positive for cocaine, he asked Batts about cocaine use, which he denied.

11:02 a.m.: Second Community Corrections probation employee said Batts called office at 8 a.m. and asked for protocol about drug screen. Batts asked for more time to submit urine sample in order to finalize Timea’s funeral arrangements.

11:22 a.m.: Lab director says level of cocaine in Batts’ system indicate he used drug within three days of testing.

That’s $50k down the drain.

Additionally, some potentially damning, heretofore unreported, details from the officer Batts quasi-confessed to should put some serious question marks the minds of his defenders:

1). He allegedly got the gun from his cousin who allegedly left it at his house because he didn’t want to drive drunk with it.

2). ADT security logs show someone tried to log into his cloud storage security twice but failed due to the password between the time of the shooting and the quasi-confession.

3). The recovered video shows Batts walking around and talking on his phone with the gun in his hand minutes before his daughter got home from school.

4). Video shows his daughter entering the home and later “jumping around” after she was shot.

5). Video shows Batts picking his wounded daughter up and taking her outside and then running back into the house to pick up his shoes and an unidentified item.

All of this very well may have been an accident. If so, it was a reckless and deadly one.

But Batts’ actions and repeated efforts to fabricate a tale and destroy evidence is not going to be taken lightly.

Given his prior history, it is not unreasonable to assume that the gun was more than likely borrowed than left since he couldn’t pass a background check and his cousin would know he was a felon.

Add to that the cocaine use and attempts to hide the weapon and destroy blood evidence at the scene and you have given a prosecutor an arsenal in a case that the BLM crowd has tried to make about everything except what happened to Timea Batts.

To be continued.