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Reply #30 posted 04/14/17 12:16pm

donnyenglish

laurarichardson said:

rogifan said:


Exactly. So unnecessary. Let the man Rest In Peace. 😔

-/We live in America we do not have secret police investigations.


Eventually those documents will be released. But that is not what is being released monday.
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Reply #31 posted 04/14/17 12:26pm

disch

I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.

laurarichardson said:

We will see because you thought nothing was going to be released remember. said:

According to the articles, Carver Couty is releasing "a handful of search warrants" -- aka requests to search property (according to the Strib, likely primarily releated to the search of paisley park). That's it. There's no mention of releasing info about who was interviewed. And we'll have no idea what, if anything at all, they found. So, as another poster mentioned, this likely much ado about nothing.

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Reply #32 posted 04/14/17 12:42pm

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It is creepy to you because you are being melodramatic. Many people I believe you as well stated that the investigation was going to remain closed. We all knew that the 17th was the date for allowing the public to view info and that this information will be public if and when this moves to an arrest.

We do not have secret police or courts. Tax payer money is used for investigations so the public will have access to some of it this info. Eventually we will have access to all info except for his medical records.

disch said:

I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.

laurarichardson said:

We will see because you thought nothing was going to be released remember. said:

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Reply #33 posted 04/14/17 12:56pm

phatphuk

disch said:

I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.

laurarichardson said:

We will see because you thought nothing was going to be released remember. said:







According to the articles, Carver Couty is releasing "a handful of search warrants" -- aka requests to search property (according to the Strib, likely primarily releated to the search of paisley park). That's it. There's no mention of releasing info about who was interviewed. And we'll have no idea what, if anything at all, they found. So, as another poster mentioned, this likely much ado about nothing.









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Reply #34 posted 04/14/17 12:59pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

They have set up a web page for the release of the documents electronically.

eek


There is one site where you can get automatic updates on cases. It's how I got notified when the autopsy summary was released. You can opt-in and out for particular things, and you'll get email updates. I'm not sure if it's the same Carver County site or not, but it's terribly handy, opposed to digging and search for something.

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Reply #35 posted 04/14/17 12:59pm

disch

I'm not sure that's true about the investigation records Laura. If no charges are brought, I don't know if/when their investigation records are made public -- obviously anything that goes through the courts, like a warrant or clearly a trial itself, it typically public (unless it's sealed by court order). And actual arrests are public record. But if there are no arrests, let alone charges, in a case? I defer to a lawyer or other legal professional on that.

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laurarichardson said:

It is creepy to you because you are being melodramatic. Many people I believe you as well stated that the investigation was going to remain closed. We all knew that the 17th was the date for allowing the public to view info and that this information will be public if and when this moves to an arrest.

We do not have secret police or courts. Tax payer money is used for investigations so the public will have access to some of it this info. Eventually we will have access to all info except for his medical records.

disch said:

I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.

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Reply #36 posted 04/14/17 1:04pm

rogifan

disch said:

According to the articles, Carver Couty is releasing "a handful of search warrants" -- aka requests to search property (according to the Strib, likely primarily releated to the search of paisley park). That's it. There's no mention of releasing info about who was interviewed. And we'll have no idea what, if anything at all, they found. So, as another poster mentioned, this likely much ado about nothing.


Someone on FB said they want to know what prescriptions he was having filled at Walgreens. People are too damn nosy. Why does the public need to know who was interviewed and what places were searched? What purpose does it serve other than to feed some people's need for gossip? Is this what people want to see on the cover of magazines at the supermarket checkout? Good grief.

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Reply #37 posted 04/14/17 1:30pm

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I remember seeing an article that stated if there is a case brouhgt to trial the files would be open not sure about how much the public gets to see if no case is brought to the court but we do have laws that allow the public to view public docs. Don't think for one minute the Star Tribune will not be waiting with a request.

said:

I'm not sure that's true about the investigation records Laura. If no charges are brought, I don't know if/when their investigation records are made public -- obviously anything that goes through the courts, like a warrant or clearly a trial itself, it typically public (unless it's sealed by court order). And actual arrests are public record. But if there are no arrests, let alone charges, in a case? I defer to a lawyer or other legal professional on that.


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laurarichardson said:


It is creepy to you because you are being melodramatic. Many people I believe you as well stated that the investigation was going to remain closed. We all knew that the 17th was the date for allowing the public to view info and that this information will be public if and when this moves to an arrest.



We do not have secret police or courts. Tax payer money is used for investigations so the public will have access to some of it this info. Eventually we will have access to all info except for his medical records.





disch said:


I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.






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Reply #38 posted 04/14/17 1:32pm

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rogifan said:

disch said:

According to the articles, Carver Couty is releasing "a handful of search warrants" -- aka requests to search property (according to the Strib, likely primarily releated to the search of paisley park). That's it. There's no mention of releasing info about who was interviewed. And we'll have no idea what, if anything at all, they found. So, as another poster mentioned, this likely much ado about nothing.


Someone on FB said they want to know what prescriptions he was having filled at Walgreens. People are too damn nosy. Why does the public need to know who was interviewed and what places were searched? What purpose does it serve other than to feed some people's need for gossip? Is this what people want to see on the cover of magazines at the supermarket checkout? Good grief.


--No one is going to find out his medical info you can go to jail for doing that and TMZ is not going to bail anyone out. No worries.
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Reply #39 posted 04/14/17 1:34pm

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phatphuk said:


disch said:


I'm not sure I follow the "because you thought nothing was going to be released" part (huh?) but regardless -- I don't really look at this warrant release as some sort of competition among various overly invested org members to find out who's "more right." That's sort of creepy, frankly.



laurarichardson said:


We will see because you thought nothing was going to be released remember. said:












According to the articles, Carver Couty is releasing "a handful of search warrants" -- aka requests to search property (according to the Strib, likely primarily releated to the search of paisley park). That's it. There's no mention of releasing info about who was interviewed. And we'll have no idea what, if anything at all, they found. So, as another poster mentioned, this likely much ado about nothing.

















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Reply #40 posted 04/14/17 2:20pm

mikeyaddict

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Phatphuk - love and respect to u. I just find it hard too see - but that's me. But love to you and take care.
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Reply #41 posted 04/14/17 2:35pm

rogifan

laurarichardson said:

rogifan said:


Someone on FB said they want to know what prescriptions he was having filled at Walgreens. People are too damn nosy. Why does the public need to know who was interviewed and what places were searched? What purpose does it serve other than to feed some people's need for gossip? Is this what people want to see on the cover of magazines at the supermarket checkout? Good grief.

--No one is going to find out his medical info you can go to jail for doing that and TMZ is not going to bail anyone out. No worries.

We don't need to know what places were searched (and what was found at those places) and who they talked to either. None of our business.
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Reply #42 posted 04/14/17 2:40pm

phatphuk



mikeyaddict said:





Phatphuk - love and respect to u. I just find it hard too see - but that's me. But love to you and take care.







So what was the point of your objection? You want me to be you? That's not how we do it in the U.S.



Seeing how you're into the Peace and Love movement, here's your mantra you should embrace…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN



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Reply #43 posted 04/14/17 4:05pm

paulludvig

phatphuk said:





mikeyaddict said:








Phatphuk - love and respect to u. I just find it hard too see - but that's me. But love to you and take care.












So what was the point of your objection? You want me to be you? That's not how we do it in the U.S.





Seeing how you're into the Peace and Love movement, here's your mantra you should embrace…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN…It's nothing but a picture…The real one's in MN





Trust me. Prince's ashes are not inside my 64 × 64 pixel avatar. They couldn't physically fit.





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But why did you choose this picture? Not that I mind,I'm just curious. Do you mean to be provocation? Funny?
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Reply #44 posted 04/14/17 5:22pm

IamBryan

I guess some people on here who SWORE that they wouldn't open the investigation are feeling pretty fucking stupid now! lol

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Reply #45 posted 04/14/17 5:45pm

anangellooksdo
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rogifan said:

donnyenglish said:

This might be much ado about nothing. This is not the investigation file. These are just the search warrants. This will leave more questions than answers.


Exactly. So unnecessary. Let the man Rest In Peace. 😔


Well that's the funny thing about these things. I don't think Prince cares about any of this. He is so Free from it all.
The music? The estate? The people he helped and cared about? Those are the important things. 🙂
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Reply #46 posted 04/14/17 5:52pm

anangellooksdo
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mikeyaddict said:

Phatphuk - love and respect to u. I just find it hard too see - but that's me. But love to you and take care.


Now THAT'S some purple love. 💜
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Reply #47 posted 04/14/17 6:14pm

laurarichardso
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IamBryan said:

I guess some people on here who SWORE that they wouldn't open the investigation are feeling pretty fucking stupid now! lol


yeahthat
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Reply #48 posted 04/14/17 6:28pm

fortuneandsere
ndipity

phatphuk said:

laurarichardson said:

phatphuk said:

Remember. It's “The Media”!



So when they say Monday, they're lieing through their teeth. They really mean, three Sundays from now — the lieing scum that they are >:د |

--No per the law in Minn the public has a right to request access to these documents every 6 months. The 17th is six months to day from the last request so we will see search warrant docs on Monday. I also want you and others to take note that he went to that Walgreens numerous times in the weeks up to his death with no controlled substances filled and no doctor shopping. I am firmly convinced he was getting legit Rxs filled and we will soon find out.



So you've comfirmed my quintuple-whammy suspicion, L0. Humor, analogies, irony, Occam's Razor and sarcasm all whoosh by right over your head.



Nevermind!



I bet you're the life of all the parties. Aren't you?



She has a certain literal take on everything. This is her outside Paisley Park recently


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Reply #49 posted 04/14/17 7:14pm

laurarichardso
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fortuneandserendipity said:



phatphuk said:



laurarichardson said:



phatphuk said:



Remember. It's “The Media”!





So when they say Monday, they're lieing through their teeth. They really mean, three Sundays from now — the lieing scum that they are >:د |



--No per the law in Minn the public has a right to request access to these documents every 6 months. The 17th is six months to day from the last request so we will see search warrant docs on Monday. I also want you and others to take note that he went to that Walgreens numerous times in the weeks up to his death with no controlled substances filled and no doctor shopping. I am firmly convinced he was getting legit Rxs filled and we will soon find out.






So you've comfirmed my quintuple-whammy suspicion, L0. Humor, analogies, irony, Occam's Razor and sarcasm all whoosh by right over your head.





Nevermind!





I bet you're the life of all the parties. Aren't you?






She has a certain literal take on everything. This is her outside Paisley Park recently



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Someone left you in the day room near the computer again. Poor dear lost your way to your room and forgot to take your meds.
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Reply #50 posted 04/14/17 7:28pm

fortuneandsere
ndipity

laurarichardson said:

fortuneandserendipity said:

She has a certain literal take on everything. This is her outside Paisley Park recently


photo ezgif-car_zps2nfhohgs.gif

Someone left you in the day room near the computer again. Poor dear lost your way to your room and forgot to take your meds.

Clearly you're deluded as well as humorless rolleyes

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Reply #51 posted 04/14/17 7:52pm

ISaidLifeIsJus
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IamBryan said:

I guess some people on here who SWORE that they wouldn't open the investigation are feeling pretty fucking stupid now! lol

They arent opening the investigation.

lol

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Reply #52 posted 04/14/17 8:23pm

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

IamBryan said:

I guess some people on here who SWORE that they wouldn't open the investigation are feeling pretty fucking stupid now! lol

They arent opening the investigation.

lol



Hahahahahahaha!!! lol lol

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Reply #53 posted 04/14/17 8:34pm

donnyenglish

The warrants were issued very early in the process. They are not likely to shed much light on anything. I am sure that they will contain some morbid details that will just make us sadder.
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Reply #54 posted 04/14/17 9:12pm

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Reply #55 posted 04/14/17 9:36pm

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mikeyaddict said:

Phatphuk, not a fan of ur sig / layout etc. Find it really hard to look at that thing. It sends a shiver.

yeahthat

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Reply #56 posted 04/14/17 10:30pm

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Reply #57 posted 04/14/17 10:59pm

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disch said:

I think this is going to be less illuminating than some here are hoping for. They're just releasing search warrants themselves; they're not publicizing whatever they found when the warrants were executed.

Agreed. If there was anything important to the investigation, anything noteworthy or newsworthy, they wouldn't be releasing them.

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Reply #58 posted 04/14/17 11:00pm

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rogifan said:

donnyenglish said:

This might be much ado about nothing. This is not the investigation file. These are just the search warrants. This will leave more questions than answers.

Exactly. So unnecessary. Let the man Rest In Peace. 😔

+1

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Reply #59 posted 04/15/17 12:13am

tmo1965

disch said:

I think this is going to be less illuminating than some here are hoping for. They're just releasing search warrants themselves; they're not publicizing whatever they found when the warrants were executed.

yeahthat It just means that they are done with that particular part of the investigation. This release will probably create more questions than answers.

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