The rush to make a settlement would seem to indicate the insurance company feared a much larger payout should the case have gone to trial. Of...
On seeing the documentary I thought there was a fair possibility Steven had something to do with whatever happened to Teresa. It was only on...
Apparently some have read the Court of Appeals most recent decision and found it full of 'errors and omissions':...
You seem to imagine that Kratz contradicting himself is some sort of thing that only exists in that award winning documentary. It just goes to...
It would seem that if the RAV4 were planted it would be for the purpose of implicating someone associated with ASY.
Obviously, the person(s)...
So, the crusher couldn't be operated without entering a valid VIN?
The comments on this reddit thread are golden.
It would be a good idea to have a lawyer with some experience with overturning wrongful convictions review this hypothesis.
It's a case filled with all sorts of doubt.
The fact that the Kratz had to field two mutually contradictory 'theories' of the crime shows even he...
Not convinced Steven is guilty of killing anyone, but he could become a serial killer?
There's still hope for justice for Teresa, Steven, and Brendan.
Disappointing, but not surprising.
Zellner posted this announcement on Twitter.
I certainly wouldn't treat any of the so-called 'admissions' from the interviews with Brendan as reliable information.
It's a shame she did not get to see her son and Brendan free.
With reference to the video Paul Holes posted January 14:
Rebecca wore her FitBit? Was any data recovered that might be relevant?
It also seems...
We have the benefit of all the further information that came out since the documentary aired.
There's nothing particularly 'overwhelming' about...
I'd suggest that they don't pick and choose which cases they are corrupt on. Once a person chooses to cross that line it becomes ingrained...
Of course, if SA did want to go back to prison, there'd be no need to go to the lengths ascribed to him by the state.