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The case of ex-spacewoman and US Navy captain Lisa Nowak grinds on. It was reported this week that her lawyers have asked that charges against her be dismissed, on the grounds that she may not in fact have done a good job of pepper-spraying a romantic adversary for the affections of a space shuttle pilot. Here on the Reg astro …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    There is only the ultimate solution now !

    Put them all on Jeremy Kyle and let him sort them out !

    DNA tests on the nappies and final judgment of the case given by phone-in.

  2. Lionel Baden

    oh common

    If you were in space wouldnt you want to try it out in zero G ....

    Damn i know i would

  3. Joe K

    Hang on a sec

    Her lawyer says she kept used nappies in the car for a year and a half?

    Bollocks, the nappies are the star of the story here.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    IT Angle

    nappies?

    Whats wrong with nappies?

  5. Bad Beaver
    Heart

    so long ago already

    still so romantic...

  6. Evil Auditor Silver badge

    dunno...

    what's more disgusting. Wearing nappies on a 1k miles journey or keeping used once in a car for ages. That's pathetic either way and should be punished on it's own ground.

    EA

  7. Anonymous Coward
    Boffin

    Smear campaign?

    Why would the length of time nappies were in her car be relevant to anything except the valets?

    Perhaps her rival asked for the pepper-spray instead?

    Icon: glasses and no nose - victory is mine, mwahaha!

  8. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
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    Nice...

    I think Oefelein is a pretty cool guy. eh flies space shuttles, rises wimmin and doesn't afraid of anything.

  9. Neoc

    I don't get this

    I don't understand US law... Defence is not arguing that Nowak did not use the pepper spray, but is instead arguing that *because she missed*, no mention of the pepper spray should be made?

    Does that mean that if you shoot at someone and miss, no-one can bring up the incident or your possession of the gun at the trial?

    <shakes head> As far as I'm concerned, *intent* is the big issue - not whether or not she was successful.

  10. jon

    What no forensics?

    Am suprised that the fecal matter was DNA tested

    as this tends to sort out whether its human or bull

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