The one family from church that came out to the bike scene that night were not buying it. I recall the husband had some words to say about Barry's behavior. I'll check the AA and see exactly what it was. Often people hold on to believing the best in someone even when they have that uneasy feeling too. Maybe some closest to him already suspect he isn't being honest, but believe they should just keep quiet because if he killed her and hid her this well, then who is to say he won't do it again? If they don't have exact proof maybe some just remain neutral thinking police will sort it out? Look how many are already saying exactly what they think and many of them had and are afraid of Barry.One area that I am focused on is the witness list. I think there are some first-hand witness vulnerabilities on the defense side....Suzanne's friend who BM told "you are Suzanne to me" along with the roving hands. Barry stayed with GD for a period of time right after the murder...What were those first-hand conversations about? What exactly did he tell MG in addition to "I could bury a body and it would never be found"? I think all of the impersonal, yet incriminating tekkie evidence, while crucial, needs to be accompanied by the human factor...i.e. those close to BM/SM who had contact with him shortly before and after the murder and have something specific to share. His ego would work against him in those interactions.