- Jan 6, 2020
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What we do know is that his knife sheath with his DNA on it was found in the bed of and partially under the comforter of one of the murdered victims. So, his knife sheath made it to King Rd in the critical time frame.No, there is no mention
anywhere that he doesn't remember where he was driving.
Maybe he remembers just the general area, i imagine. But it is not enough for an alibi. They need to account for the timeframe the murders happened. And if he was in an area where there was no cell phone coverage especially hard to determine.
But how could he recall and say with certainty where he was exactly in those minutes the prosecution claims the murders were commited?
If he is innocent and he was genuinely just out driving those 16 minutes is a fraction of his driving that night, just another night spent with driving around. Who could remember that?
And he drove to the King Rd area later that morning (before the murders were reported on social media and the news). It is reasonable to assume that he was searching for his sheath, which he likely discovered was missing sometime during his trip south before returning to Pullman earlier that morning. Did he return to Indian Hills Rd, where he'd driven prior to the murders? No, he returned to King Rd. Why? Because he knew exactly where he was in the critical time frame.
You have to abandon reason to conclude otherwise.