WARNING: GRAPHIC AUTOPSY PHOTO OF MARY TIPTON

From the editor:  Below is one of the autopsy photos of Mary Tipton shown the jury yesterday in 445th District Court.  Evidence was presented in court that Marisa Govea Hernandez was on her cellphone from 6:56 PM till 7:15 PM on February 28, 2015, the night Mary Tipton was struck.  The video shows that impact was at 7:11 PM so this means Hernandez continued to be on her cellphone nearly four minutes AFTER her car struck Mrs. Tipton.



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  1. Why a "warning"/ You posted this photo many times before.

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  2. Yeah, so what? We're not the jury! You and Jerry have posted this pic so much we don't care anymore.

    If you still want to try this in the court of public opinion, I gotta ask some questions, why didn't she walk from the Hotel south through the field and directly to the convenience store? Was she drunk? Suicidal? Who the hell walks with their back to traffic wearing all black in the middle of the night? She took the more inconvenient round about way?

    A better question, where was her transportation? The Hotel isn't next to a bus station, airport or anything? How the hell was she getting around, walking? She couldn't call a cab?

    If you want to try to try this in the court of public opinion answer these questions. Something's fishy here and it has nothing to do with Gamez.

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  3. Who ever is trying to blame Mary Tipton for Govea's hit and run crime and subsequent actions by a sheriff deputy and others by making vicious assumptions against Mary is sick. How can you make assumptions as vicious as you state them, when the facts are Govea ran from the scene and so much more is being presented in trial. Take your assumptions and have them introduced at trial and see who the jury will believe.

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    1. What is it with you, Pat - you had the "hots" for Mary Tipton, too? LOSER

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  4. @ Anonymous March 23,2017 7:19am
    Why the hell does it matter if she was walking to the store? Some people only have one car and if Ralph was working out of town I am sure he had the car. She was here to check on a sick relative and i am sure that her family would pick her up. She ran out of minutes on her cell phone and needed to purchase more because long distant calls are expensive to make from a hotel. Concentrate on the questions that can be answered moron.....Mary can't give you any answers because she was struck by a person using a cell phone, which means Govea was distracted and not paying full attention to her surroundings. Why do you insist on blaming the victim? Why are you assuming she was suicidal because she was walking at night and wearing a dark colored coat? I have only dark colored coats moron and I am not suicidal....You are probably the murderers relative/friend and that is why you feel the need to deflect blame. You need to have compassion for the victim Mary Tipton, instead of finding fault in her decision making that night. Mary did not think someone who strike her from behind and leave her to die in a ditch on the side of the road. Your theory about suicide is ridiculous because she was on THE SIDE of the road not throwing herself into traffic as a person would who wants to commit suicide. Focus on the shady way her son and the responding Brownsville PD officer handle the entire incident.

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  5. to 7:19 p.m. - nothing you ask has anything to do with the question before the jury - but good job at distraction. Mary Tipton could have been stoned off her ass walking in the middle of the highway and the question for the jury remains the same. Did Marisa Hernandez immediately stop and render aid? According to deposition testimony the answer is no. End of case.

    The issue of the phone is germain because it shows she kept on talking with someone rather than stopping to immediately render aid. The evidence shows the jury her windshield was damaged. She knew she hit something. In Texas it is a crime to move your car after an accident unless it is for safety reasons. She could have pulled into that parking lot and been safe and then rendered aid. She did not. Again, Mary Tipton could have been stoned off her ass and it is meaninless to the question the jury must answer.

    So why do you not get educated instead of making excuses for what happened. I have been told the DA has failed to properly object to evidence that Mary Tipton may have been impaired. Judge Bañales was wrong for allowing such evidence. It has nothing to do with did Marisa Hernandez immediately stop and render aid. Again, Mary Tipton could have been stoned off her ass and it is irrelevant to the jury question.

    Bobby WC

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  6. Just cover the trial, Jim. Don't try to persuade readers. We're not stupid.

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  7. Were the clothes that Mary was wearing ever recovered? Why would someone close to the case or for that matter a pathologist, not know, what happened to the victim's cloths? The body doesn't seem to show any dirt on the victims face or nostrils nor on the front of her blouse, it was alleged that she was found laying on the ditch faced down. The body appears to still be in the body bag. Did the autopsy find any dirt being indigested in the nostrils or throat? If evidence shows that dirt or water was ingested then Mary was still alive when she landed or placed in the ditch. This could be why the video tape was destroy or tampered to hide crucial evidence as to who the person was who either "moved" or placed Mary in the ditch. If Mary had survived the impact she might have recognize who the person was, because one of her eyes was wide open. Also the left side of her collar on the coat has blood, but not the right side , if she had a landed on the ditch face down wouldn't the blood flow be flowing down to the ditch and the blood would have gotten on to the front of her blouse and coat? Yet her white bottom undershirt has no blood nor the blue shirt either. If so, then Mary might have ingested blood up her nostrils. Her left far arm looks odd like tampered with. This is my opinion, and no I am not an expert. Instead of focusing on why or what she was wearing on the night of her murder, focus on why the murder or murders( alleged that there was a passenger also)didn't stop to render aide. Better yet focus on who and why she didn't stop talking on the cell at the time she committed the offense. This is evident that this murder didn't care whether she hit a human being or an animal. Again this is my opinion

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  8. Talk about sick, who posts a pic of their dead "wife" in a body bag? This is clickbait!!!!

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  9. To Anonymous 7:19pm
    Say what you want, twist it any way you want to twist it, but nothing will ever change the fact that Marisa, hit Mary Tipton, and left her to die.

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  10. You guys are sick
    How can you question a person who was walking, got hit from behind by a heartless woman who knew she "had hit something" , but yet wouldn't stop to investigate and continues her conversation like nothing.
    Marisa Hernandez Govea is guilty and hope whoever is in the jury finds her guilty. 25- life. Period.

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    1. hey, Bozo, accidents happened! Look at you - you were born!!!!

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  11. The driver walks-off w/ a no guilty verdict?
    She'll have to live with what she did the rest of her life, she'll have to find inner peace with this on her conscience.
    If you have some sort of cash you can curve the system in good ol' South Texas.

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  12. That's why Trump hates Mexicans ; 'cause of stupid ,unethical Mexicans like this jury! Let's see how they feel next time it's a family member .Karma.

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