Wednesday, August 06, 2008

U.S. District Court Judge Issues Prosecutors A Reprieve On Bail Issue For Murder Suspect James Fayed

Los Angeles, CA—The Associated Press reported this afternoon that a District Court Judge overruled a U.S. Magistrate by reversing the order that James Fayed be released on $500,000.00 bail.

According to the AP the judge ruled Fayed a flight risk and ordered him held without bond.

This is a big victory for the LAPD enabling them to complete their investigation and continue with the analysis of evidence without worrying about their prime suspect fleeing the jurisdiction.

Of course Fayed may appeal the Judge’s order and once again be allowed to post bond and be released until trial on that single federal charge.

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Ruff n Purr said...

I wonder why they aren't saying much about Tony? Surely if he has been questioned he would also be detained on his outstanding warrant.

Ruff n Purr said...

Paul, why do you think he could be in the UK? Has he any connections there?

I've suspected him from the begining, but thought James would know better than hire his own brother, I mean how the heck do you trust a crack head to murder and keep his mouth shut?

There again this is the same man who used his own credit card to rent the I guess he'd be dumb enough to hire his brother.