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The cell tower map shows the phone Mandi used to talk to Mulrenin and Neisha was at Stars/Dollhouse more than 26 hours in the previous week. Roommate Jessica Reiche Jones said Mandi got dressed up like a stripper every night the prior week, and she and Scott went out together. Here is one of many examples of Detective Sprague coaching witnesses with something false, that nobody saw Scott at the strip clubs. This is one of the many times Sprague coaches people with this the false idea that Mandi showed up as a complete stranger.




Of course most of the camera angles, and video from previous nights when Mandi was there, was deleted from the Dollhouse video before Mandi's lawyers got it.
Neisha Cintron was about to be Mandi's new best friend. She was ultimately coached to lie in court to take Mandi's life, by prosecutor Stone. Here is one of many examples of how witnesses were convinced to say Mandi was evil.

Mulrenin let Mandi start late because Mandi was already his special little ho. She was already at Mulrenin's house three times that week. Sprague is talking to Neisha's husband Gary Carico about it. Listen to how they miss the obvious, trying to understand how this sinister girl Mandi broke the rules and started late.



Neisha Cintron spoke extensively with Mandi, because they crushed on each other. Neisha loaned Mandi a green thong bottom at the beginning of the night. Neisha sold Mandi a dress at the end of the night. Video from Dollhouse shows Neisha smoking weed with Mandi at the bar after closing, and Neisha was present when Mulrenin kissed Mandi.





Um, I'm, I'm a flirt, and I like guys but I like girls too. And I thought she was just cute she was petite, she had a red dress on, and the first conversation was in the girls' dressing room. She was changing her dress, she had a blue dress on. I'm like "What happened to the red one, you looked so nice?" And um she's like "Jim told me to change." So as soon as she told me that, Jim had came to the back and was like "Go ahead and put that red one back on, it's better than the blue one." And then that was like our words of exchange then, and then that was it.

At the end of the night I went to change, and I had let her borrow a bottom. So she was like "Here's your bottom, thank you for letting me use it." And I was like you're so welcome. Do you have more dresses? And that's how the conversation started. So um I was like I have a dress, and/I paid way more for it, but I'll give it to you for 20 dollars. She's like I really don't have the 20 dollars, are you gonna be here tomorrow? I was like I usually don't work on those days, but give me your number, that way we'll keep in touch. And she was like okay.

And then um like as soon as I had gotten her number I was like packing up my stuff and the floor guy Gary came in and he was like girl come on the meeting's gonna start. And I packed, finished my stuff up, she was still trying to talk to me...

...But um she she kept the dress, you know, cuz I was expecting to see her [the next night]
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This is Neisha Cintron's written statement.
In the back of Seminole County criminal courtroom 5D on January 10, 2019, I heard prosecutor Stone talk to Neisha Cintron, and tell her that her testimony would be limited. Stone told Cintron all he wanted her to do was to validate the screen shot of her cellphone showing Jackson's phone number. Cintron would not talk about anything else.
While reading Neisha's testimony, remember Mandi was wearing Neisha's underwear all night.

Whom do you think the jury is going to believe:

1) Violent felon Kaylee Simmons facing life in prison, who gets out of prison for saying Mandi told her of a plan to rob Mulrenin, or

2) Flirty new friend Neisha Cintron, who says Mandi told her of a plan to come to work the next day, and the last thing Mandi did before she walked out the door to go meet Mulrenin, was buy a dress to wear to work the next day, because Mulrenin did not like the red dress or the blue dress Mandi already had when she first met Neisha earlier in the evening.

It doesn't matter. The jury never heard the second one. Prosecutor Stone made sure Neisha lied, and did not tell the whole truth. Saying Mandi "didn't have like dance clothing" is just a plain lie, coached by the prosecutor, and told without shame or penalty.
At Love's trial, Barbara Mellinger said Mandi filled out one job application. The transcript then goes on for pages and pages and pages, while the judge and lawyers argue about how Mellinger can authenticate either job application as the one Mandi filled out, when they found two applications in Mandi's car. When Barbara Mellinger picked an application from the two, and said this is the one Mandi filled out, both the jurors and I were shocked that we had just seen something completely invented for convenience.
Four months later, Barbara Mellinger admitted at deposition she knew all along that Mandi was there the previous night, and that is why there were two applications. But she misled the court by withholding that information, while the judge and laywers argued about it for pages and pages and pages. Why did she want to hide from the court that the axe murderer had been stalking her bff?
Valet parking manager Randy "Mini Jim" Ferrara said they invented the story about Mandi drugging Mulrenin with GHB at Dollhouse on the night of December 14, 2016. Here is Mike Gorewitz, the valet parker, talking about that event where Big Mike Garcia brought up the GHB.

The prosecution was desperate to hide the real reason Mandi was at Mulrenin's apartment, to smoke weed. And also to hide that she didn't take the weed, when she supposedly ransacked the apartment for 79 minutes! There was weed in three places in Mulrenin's apartment, two bags and loose next to a pipe on the kitchen counter. Neisha Cintron smoked weed with Mandi on video at Dollhouse and, as usual, was coached to leave that out.

The very first trial witness Jerome Ashcroft-Thew, was a software engineer at Electronic Arts, a very precise person. And yet look how easily and willingly he was coached to meticulously make false statements that the parties and marijuana in Mulrenin's apartment were different tenants. He even goes so far as to say there had been no noise in a year, lol. As if it all went quiet when Mulrenin moved in.

Later, on another day, we hear from the building manager what any honest person knows, that Mulrenin was living there that whole time, probably even longer than Jerome Ashcroft-Thew.

If you doubt the motive of the prosecution to hide that Mulrenin had marijuana smoking in his apartment - and that totally random people are willing to lie for their narrative - here are just a few of dozens pages at many different times, of the prosecution getting the judge to block showing any marijuana in Mulrenin's apartment to the jury. This went on for days at Mandi's trial. They showed random crap in Mandi's car, redundant crap, irrelevant crap that made her look bad, but not the weed Sprague staged in the middle of the drivers seat to be plainly visible to justify a search warrant.
Neisha being the careful liar, saying "not that I know of."
Scott Love worked in paving. There was even a paycheck stub that showed he worked a day the week Mulrenin died.

Scott always wore work boots, and long sleeve cotton shirts. His roommate said he wore an orange vest to work.

Scott was a very pale redhead. He had at least two straw hats, the one he wore the night Mulrenin died, and a second one photographed recently placed in his closet.

But his roommates Scott Jones and Jessica Reiche were coached to spend two trials meticulously avoiding saying Scott worked in paving, and insisting Scott never wore a straw hat before.