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VirtualCourt June 1st, 2017 2:22am

Virtual Court Jury poll is now open. We are hearing a civil suit by @Jklink accusing @InsideScoop of making a false report. The summary of the evidence is inside the comments. Based on the evidence, who should win?

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VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
06/01/17 8:16 pm

CASE CLOSED!

Virtual Court has reached a verdict in the @Jklink v @InsideScoop civil suit. Virtual Court, by jury vote, has rules against Jklink's claim that InsideScoop made a false report against Jklink. InsideScoop is completely exonerated. See the Courts opinion in the comments.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
06/01/17 8:19 pm

See the court opinion in the comments of the Verdict poll for this case.

CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
06/01/17 6:53 am

When will my motion be heard?

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PrinceOberyn Vive LEmpereur
05/31/17 11:42 pm

Seeing as though the Prince has a vested interest in Jklink, Prince Oberyn has passed on the case to Dorne's Augur Supremus, who bearing the Helm of The Fates, communes with the gods (Odin, Thoth, Mars and Athena) to see fate and the truth.

PrinceOberyn Vive LEmpereur
05/31/17 11:47 pm

"Our judgement is thus, NO. Based on the evidence at hand, we see no credence to the charges of fabrication. The charges brought forth must be thrown out. Justice must be served correctly. This is the will of our gods." ~Statement of the Augur

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 9:59 pm

Make your decision in the comments above. (Yes or No)

YES means that InsideScoop knowingly made a false report.

NO means that InsideScoop made his report based on evidence that existed to support his report.

*The Plaintiff and Defendant are not allowed to place a Jury vote.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 10:00 pm

See the evidence in the case at the bottom of the comments.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 8:29 pm

Jurors are not obligated to answer plaintiff or defendants questions regarding their decision. This may be misinterpreted as intimidation. You may as a simple question as you did but pressuring jurors can result in contempt of court.

TheDonaId VA Senator USA
05/31/17 8:41 pm

I just voted no because he had some pictures. So I don't think he made it up. That's what this is about? Maybe it was a mistake. I don't even know for sure what's going on.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 8:47 pm

The specific charge of this case is whether or not InsideScoop made a false report. See the yes/no voting instructions for the specific meanings. This is not a case about Jklink sharing an Account. The case is only regarding the claim of false reporting.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 8:59 pm

@InsideScoop @Jklink you may make an argument on your behalf up top if you do choose.

Questions to jurors are allowed, however, the court has the descretion, to side against or drop a case, or other penalty of it is interpretable as pressuring a juror. Caution is advise when questioning a juror.

Jurors have no obligation to answer or explain you vote.

Vontrillex VC Nobody
05/31/17 7:43 pm

You have this ALL wrong. Scoop accused Jklink.

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VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:44 pm

Your trolling. You will be removed for contempt.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
06/04/17 4:27 pm

You were found in Contempt for not reading the Courts brief if as written by the court. The case is built out of multiple polls. You have to start in the Evidence Poll to understand the case. Your distracting the jurors with your comments here. In the Jury Poll you need to take a position. Questions are limited at this point to only the facts and evidence.

CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
05/31/17 7:37 pm

I'd like to make a motion to halt the trial and put virtual court on trial

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VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:40 pm

You can't halt this trial but you can file a seperate claim.

deist
05/31/17 7:29 pm

What I'm wondering is where the virtual anything get of the bus is ,,,,,,,

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:23 pm

Jury poll rules: The first 5 comment votes will count. The criteria for guilt in this civil case is 80% of yes votes. Polls votes will count as 10 poll votes = 1 comment vote. Poll votes are rounded up, so 6 poll votes will count as 1. If comment votes are sufficient, the the poll votes will not be used in the verdict but can be used to overturn a verdict if the poll votes are in opposition to the verdict. Poll votes will also be used if comment votes are 50%-50%.

Make your decision in the comments above. (Yes or No)

YES means that InsideScoop knowingly made a false report.

NO means that InsideScoop made his report based on evidence that existed to support his report.

*The Plaintiff and Defendant are not allowed to place a Jury vote.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:47 pm

If no comment votes are cast, then the poll vote will count.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:22 pm

Case Type: Civil Suit
Plaintiff: @Jklink
Defendant: @InsideScoop

Claim: Jklink has accused InsideScoop of false reporting.

Facts of the Plaintiff: Jklink claims that InsideScoop has falsely accused Jklink of using MrAmerica account. Jklink claims that InsideScoop, in one of InsideScoop's comments, claimed that Jklink admitted to this.

Court Confimation of the evidence: The court can day that InsideScoop did make a poll saying that Jklink used MrAmerica account. InsideScoop stated Jklink admitted to this in a comment.



Facts of the Defendant: InsideScoop claim that his report was based on images provided by an account called @VCLeaks. He claims that VCLeaks account is on private and that the poll in question can't be accessed. The links are avaible but are unsafe to click on. The images porport to show MrAmerica admitting to Jklink using MrAmerica his account. InsideScoop has provided a screenshot that shows MrAmerica quoting the images in question as seen by BertGoldberg.

VirtualCourt The Peoples Court
05/31/17 7:23 pm

Here's InsideScoop screenshot, or you can view it on the tap, of MrAmerica quoting the image that porport to show MrAmerica admitting to sharing his account with Jklink
Check out this Show of Hands poll bit.ly/2rm5wAq


Court Confimation of the evidence: The court can confirm that images in question are a security risk. Virtual Court was not able to examine the images due to the cyber security risk. InsideScoop screen shots do show MrAmerica verifying BertGoldberg as a witness to the images.