- Aug 9, 2012
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Great question. I’ve always wondered that. The MFC clearly stated that in the police walk through.
As stated in your previous post #750 ...
"Even though MFC was emphatic William wasn’t a wanderer, but there is a first time for everything As they say"
With no apparent evidence on the table, it is always one of the possibilities that any defence lawyer could latch onto to show reasonable doubt.
So far, I am not seeing the clear circumstantial evidence that includes the FM and (at the same time) excludes other scenarios.
Which, I think, is what would be needed for a police prosecutor to agree to charge/prosecute anyone for William's disappearance.