No. 33188 State of West Virginia v. David Nelson
Starcher, J., concurring:
It's also no surprise that the dissent bears no relation to the facts of the case. As the Court's opinion points out, the circuit court could have weighed the other crimes evidence, and given a limiting instruction, if that evidence was found to be relevant and reliable, etc., after a hearing. But this never happened.
Who cares? says the dissent. It was a gruesome murder, the defendant is probably guilty - end of story!
Thankfully, this Court did care, and protected the integrity of our justice system. Accordingly, I concur.