He lost me at "threw cat in fire".
Honestly, the fad of heavily edited "injustice *advertiser censored*" is starting to make me feel like I'm living in bizarro world, after so many years of following true crime.
It is bizarre I agree, especially with layer upon layer of conspiracy alleged and the ascribing of inner thoughts to people in the case. I don't think rationality of the scenarios are considered; it's like a high is achieved by thinking of the most outrageous manipulations possible and going "yeah, yeah, that's possible." It's possible any of us could be abducted by aliens, but probable? Not so much.
As for me the evidence that is compelling:
- She was meeting with SA that afternoon
- She was never seen again
- She was never heard from again
- Her phone had no activity after 2:41pm and it stopped pinging sometime between 2:41pm and 4:35pm
- Her SUV was still on the property (with her blood & hair inside)
- Her body was on the property, burned
- Her clothes were burned and remnants found in the burn pit (rivets from jeans)
- Her belongings were on the property, burned
- SA called 3 times that day, hiding his phone number twice, and he called her long after she would have already left if she were still alive.
- SA never tried to contact her or Auto Trader again after that 4:35pm 13 second call (so much for the 'need to have another photograph taken')
- BD claimed he saw her that afternoon
- A bonfire, lasting several hours, was held within a couple hours after her disappearance & Avery did not disclose that fact until he eventually admitted it to his sister in a phone call (gotcha!)
- Cleaning of an area of the garage with: bleach, paint thinner & something else.
And with that list I never once mentioned the key, SA's blood, or the bullet with some of TH's DNA found in the garage. That's icing on the cake, but IMO guilt could be determined beyond a reasonable doubt, without any of those pieces that people claim were planted.