- Aug 3, 2011
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(SNIP-SNIP, see original post for full text).. Of course, the affidavit doesn't say where on that spectrum these scratches fall.
While the reports of the reports only state that during LE questioning of the Driver/Friend (Ex-School Mate), when asked about the scratches, his reply/justification, was that he was in a "fight club."
Because the scratches were located on his hands, LE likely concluded the scratches were (possibly) of an 'offensive' nature..
Offensive injuries are far different from everyday daily scratches by (cat, gardening,etc.), and instead, these would typically be scratches/wounds to One's knuckles, and fingers in a manner that would indicate One's fists were used to hit an object.
Which is likely why the Driver/Friend used the 'fight club' as his excuse/justification, because he realized before even speaking to LE that he had to have a logical explanation for those injuries.
I 1st saw this in my news feed day before yesterday & had not heard of it before then, but it immediately sent a shiver up my spine. (Sounded Familiar)...and since, I've read this Forum page 1-5 (still working on catching up), but Blaze Bernstein's (Luv that name!) case, sadly...
To those who are so shocked about a school mate (not necessarily a friend), having killed another class mate, a year or even 2 after graduation from High School...
Back in 1989, likely the 1st unpublicized case of Bullying (revenge killing), occurred at my own high school, by my best friend's bf..who just months after graduation, convinced someone we went to school with who bullied him, to go shooting in the woods (not uncommon for ppl our age, who regularly hunted), where he ended up killing his prior bully. So, NOT saying the same remotely happened here, ONLY that whatever the reason, I wouldn't be surprised if it tied back to when they were in High School together..