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Defendant pleaded guilty to the aggravated murder of his wife, Mary Jane Longo, and his two-year-old daughter Madison. At trial, a jury convicted him of also murdering his four-year-old son Zachery and his three-year-old daughter Sadie. FACTS Because the jury found defendant guilty, we present the facts in the light most favorable to the state. The first hints of the events that would unfold Aff hillsborough writer girl in cancun Oregon came roughly 18 months before the crimes, while defendant was living with his family in Michigan. On May 26,Mary Jane Longo called her sister; she was very upset. Mary Jane told her sister that she had discovered emails from defendant to another woman; that she had confronted defendant with those emails; and that defendant had told her that he did not love her anymore, that she spent too much time and attention on the children, and that she was no fun since they had had children.

In earlybecause of various financial and legal problems, defendant and the family moved to Ohio and lived for a time in a warehouse. After defendant became a suspect in the murders, police searched that warehouse. There they discovered items that had been left behind by the Longos, including Mary Jane's wedding dress and wedding photos of defendant and Mary Jane. There were also two books: Defendant and his family soon left Ohio, arriving on the Oregon coast in early September They settled in the Newport area. Defendant was hired as a part-time employee in the Starbucks coffee outlet located in the local Fred Meyer department store.

Defendant and his family moved into the Newport Motor Inn around the first of November Defendant told the manager that he had been sent down from Portland to help set up the Starbucks outlet. On November 19,defendant printed off from the Internet the obituaries for four young adult men from the area. Those printed obituaries would later be found in defendant's locker at work. Handwritten on three of the printed obituaries were social security numbers. When police later captured defendant, he had in his possession one of the four names. On November 20,defendant stole a credit card receipt from a customer making Free teen bianca porn purchase at Starbucks.

After the murders, defendant used that credit card information to buy a plane ticket to Texas. About November 30,defendant and his family Chikfila girl in dhuusa mareeb into a condominium. Defendant told the Aff hillsborough writer girl in cancun manager and the front desk person that defendant worked as a subcontractor for Qwest surveying the coast for DSL a type of high-speed Internet service. Defendant claimed to both that he had only two children, not three.

Defendant also claimed that his family lived out of town, but he said that they would visit some weekends. On December 15,a Saturday, defendant did not work. That night, Denise Thompson, a coworker of defendant's, babysat the children so that defendant and Mary Jane could go to dinner and a movie. Defendant and his wife returned about As far as can be determined, that was the last time anyone other than defendant saw Mary Jane Longo or the children alive. It is not clear exactly when defendant committed the crimes. Crabb, were awakened by dragging noises that continued for five to 15 minutes. Crabb believed that the noises were coming from downstairs.

Crabb thought that the noises came from next door; he called the apartments on either side, but no one answered. The next morning, the Crabbs complained at the front desk. They were told that no one had been in the rooms on either side of them. Defendant's recorded interview with police suggested that the murders took place in the early morning hours of Monday, December Defendant implied that he killed his family after returning home from work at He indicated that it was either Sunday or Monday, but he could not remember which. Defendant's work records show that he did not work on Saturday; he did work until In his recorded statement, defendant said that, when he got home after He had some wine and cheese, went onto the deck to think about his financial problems, then came back in and lay down in bed next to Mary Jane.

Madison, the youngest child, was sleeping on the floor of the bedroom on a comforter. Zachery and Sadie slept in the living room on the couch. Defendant lay awake for a couple of hours, worrying about his financial problems. Her nude body was put into a suitcase and dumped off the dock at the Embarcadero Marina. Madison, the two-year-old, also was strangled; her body was put into a different suitcase and dumped off the same dock. Zachery and Sadie ages four and three, respectively both died of asphyxiation, but the medical examiner could not be more specific. The body of Sadie Longo was tied to a rock and dropped off a bridge on Highway 34 near Waldport.

The body of Zachery Longo was found floating near the same bridge. Near where Sadie's body was later found, divers located a large rock inside a child's pillowcase that had been twisted shut. He found a red minivan stopped in the middle of a bridge. The worker stopped and asked the driver, a man, whether he needed any help. Later the same morning, at about 8: Divers later discovered the suitcases containing the bodies of Mary Jane and Madison in the water just beneath where the pipe had been broken. Defendant worked on Monday, December 17, from 2: Defendant did not work Tuesday, December That day, the housekeeping staff at the Newport Motor Inn discovered that someone had put in their trash dumpster children's clothes, baby books, and a wallet containing Mary Jane's driver license.

That afternoon, someone stole a green Dodge Durango from the Town and Country Dodge dealership in Wilsonville and left behind a maroon minivan. Late in the afternoon on December 18, defendant spoke with the manager at the condominium. Defendant told the manager that he had taken his wife and children to the airport, and that he and Mary Jane were having marital problems. Defendant attended a Christmas party for Starbucks employees the same night. He was driving a green Dodge Durango. Defendant told Denise Thompson and another coworker that he had taken his wife and children to the airport. The party involved a gift exchange, and defendant gave the recipient of his gift a bottle of perfume.

The bottle was not new; it had belonged to Mary Jane. On Wednesday, December 19, defendant worked from 5: That day, defendant told Thompson and another coworker that his wife was having an affair, and that she had left him for the other man. Defendant claimed to Thompson that he was not sure whether Madison was his own child. In the same conversation, defendant told Thompson that he had put the minivan in storage in Portland. Defendant also told Thompson that he wanted to install a CD player in the Durango. Thompson made arrangements for her and her husband to accompany defendant on Saturday to buy a CD player that Thompson's husband would install. That afternoon, defendant rented a movie.

The same day, December 19, police discovered Zachery's body. On Thursday, December 20, defendant again worked from 5: He later played volleyball with a coworker. Thompson tentatively identified Zachery's body on December On December 21, defendant fled the state and headed for San Francisco. After he arrived, he applied for a job at a local Starbucks. Then, however, defendant decided to flee to Mexico. On December 26, defendant purchased a plane ticket using the information from the stolen credit card receipt.

Police captured defendant on January 13,less than one month after the murders. At the time, defendant was staying at a campground near Cancun, Mexico. At the campground, defendant had told other people he was a writer for the New York Times. He had been touring local ruins and other sights.

STATE v. LONGO

At the time of his capture, defendant was sharing a cabana with a woman, and he admitted that he had been sexually intimate with her. While defendant was being returned to the United States, the FBI agent accompanying defendant asked him about the murders. We have reviewed each one. We discuss a number of them below. We reject the remainder, because we conclude that they are unpreserved, or are controlled by this court's prior decisions, or are meritless. Whether Defendant's Rights Wrter the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations or Other International Law Prohibit Imposing the Death Penalty Prior to trial, defendant filed a motion requesting that the trial court prohibit imposition of the death penalty or a life sentence hillsborugh defendant's case.

Defendant's argument turns on his having been captured in Mexico. In support of his motion, defendant presented evidence that Mexico generally refuses wwriter attempted extradition of fugitives who face the death penalty or life imprisonment, unless the extraditing state agrees to waive those punishments. As he did in the trial court, defendant seeks to get the benefits that he claims he would have had if he canckn insisted on being formally Aff hillsborough writer girl in cancun. Accordingly, defendant argues that hillsboruogh trial court should have either dismissed the capital murder charges leaving noncapital aggravated murder charges or prohibited the imposition of the death penalty or a life sentence.

Defendant bases that argument on the claim that he has personal and individually enforceable rights under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, Apr. Under the VCCR, cahcun argues, the agent had a legally enforceable duty to advise defendant to obtain local counsel. Defendant asserts that, had he consulted with local counsel, that counsel would have told defendant to insist on formal extradition, ultimately preventing the state from imposing the death penalty. Defendant contends that witer FBI agent instead misled and deceived defendant into returning to the United States voluntarily. The hilksborough court made the following findings of fact in a written order denying defendant's motion to prohibit imposition of the death penalty or a life sentence.

Although Aff hillsborough writer girl in cancun trial court did not make specific findings on girp Clegg functioned cancum a consular officer, Clegg testified that he did not. On January 13,Clegg received information that defendant was at a campground near Tulum, in the Writeer state of Quintana Roo. Clegg flew to Af and met with the chief of the Quintana Roo police. About one dozen Mexican police officers, csncun by Clegg, then traveled to Tulum to arrest defendant. Hilleborough police, not Clegg, arrested defendant. The police, Clegg, and defendant then returned to Cancun. After they arrived in Cancun, Clegg advised defendant of Free pussy in joao pessoa three options available to him: Clegg informed the chief of police, who confirmed defendant's decision.

The next flight back to the United States left the following morning at 7: Defendant stayed hlilsborough the police station all night with Special Agent Clegg. He was not held in a jail cell or mistreated by Mexican police. Virtually no conversation took place at the station. Mexican police, accompanied by Clegg, took defendant to the airport the next morning, where he boarded a plane for the United States. After returning to the United States, defendant signed a statement in which he acknowledged that he had voluntarily returned to the United States without any promises or threats.

Defendant offered some evidence that the United States consular official would have told defendant that he was in serious trouble and given defendant a list of local attorneys. In contending that he has individually enforceable rights under the VCCR, and that those rights were violated, defendant relies mainly on Article 36 of the VCCR, which provides, in part: With a view to facilitating the exercise of consular functions relating to nationals of the sending State: Any communication addressed to the consular post by the person arrested, in prison, custody or detention shall also be forwarded by the said authorities without delay.

The rights referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be exercised in conformity with the laws and regulations of the receiving State, subject to the proviso, however, that the said laws and regulations must enable full effect to be given to the purposes for which the rights accorded under this Article are intended. This court already has concluded that Article 36 of the VCCR does not create an individually enforceable right. The VCCR gives a country the opportunity to help its nationals, but it does not force the country to do so. But that, too, does not help defendant. Nothing in that treaty makes formal extradition the sole means by which fugitives may be returned to the United States.

See United States v. Finally, defendant claims that Clegg had some duty to defendant under the Department of State's Foreign Affairs Manual. But even if the consular officer portions of the Foreign Affairs Manual somehow applied to Clegg-an issue that we need not decide-the Foreign Affairs Manual is not a source of law. In sum, we reject all defendant's arguments based on the manner of his return from Mexico. Whether the Trial Court Should Have Suppressed Defendant's Statements to Police Before trial, defendant argued that the court should suppress some of his statements to police, in order to cure alleged violations of his Miranda rights. Defendant renews those arguments on review.

The trial court made extensive findings of fact on the question and rejected defendant's arguments for suppression. Defendant did not make any statements regarding the crime until after he was in United States custody, and after he had been given his Miranda warnings at the airport. Defendant then had three interviews with police: Before all three interviews, police either gave defendant Miranda warnings or reminded him that he had been so advised earlier. In all three interviews, defendant refused to answer particular questions or to discuss certain subjects. In several of those cases, he indicated that he wanted to speak with someone else or to get some advice before discussing those matters, but defendant never identified who he meant.

The trial court also rejected the claim that defendant's refusal to discuss some subjects amounted to an invocation of the right to remain silent. To the contrary, he wanted to keep on talking. Under the circumstances, we reject defendant's argument that the court should have suppressed his statements to police. Whether the State Unconstitutionally Used Peremptory Challenges to Exclude Minority Group Members from the Jury During voir dire, defendant contended that the state unconstitutionally used peremptory challenges to eliminate minority jurors from the jury panel. Defendant renews those arguments here.

Voir dire began on Tuesday, February 18, Juror number was examined that day and the following, February The parties passed her for cause. The next day, February 20, juror numbera woman from South Korea, appeared as a potential juror. The parties passed her for cause, but later that day the state struck her with its fourth peremptory challenge. Defendant did not object. Voir dire continued on Friday, February 21, then skipped the weekend and began again on Tuesday, February On Wednesday, February 26, the state used its tenth peremptory challenge to strike juror Defendant then objected, arguing that the state had violated Batson v.

Of approximately 50 jurors that had been examined to that point, only jurors and were members of a racial or ethnic minority, and the prosecution had struck both. In response, the prosecution stated that they thought that juror was Caucasian. The court later said: Native American is what you said. And frankly she looked like-just like everybody else we've seen on the jury, with the exception of [juror ] who is Asian. Instead, the court orally ruled that defendant had failed to establish a prima facie case of discrimination. This week, she was formally honored as one of the newest inductees into the Spartanburg Music Trail in her hometown of Spartanburg, S.

Marshall Chapman, "Blaze of Glory" release celebration Where: Grimey's, 8th Ave. No cover charge What: Marshall Chapman with Will Kimbrough Where: Bluebird Cafe, Hillsboro Road When: But its burn is mellower now. Just the fact that the sun has come up, that's enough. After moving to Music City, she got her first cut with Shelby Lynne on Lynne's debut Stephony Smith one of the songs and every writer says it it happens, and it happens quickly. It's 30 minutes, and it passes through and that's what happened.

When I write by myself a lot, I will do it at night, when the editor's kind of shut off, after 11, and I watch TV. So I had David Letterman on. I had it on mute, and I was noodling on the guitar. There's something about looking at something else when your wheels turn really fast. It shuts off part of your brain and keeps part of it going. The song just started. And I was newly in love, so it's about those first three months in a relationshipthat is really a big lie and a fantasy. Then it goes away, and the truth settles in laughs. But it's about that initial thing, a kind of panning in and pulling out of what that's like.

Did you finish it that night? I know you're cancjn, but be truthful. Did you know how great that song was when you finished it? It's a song that everybody knows. I wish I could give you a really blown-up story about it, but the truth is that it's on to something.


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