Me, too. Too many versions of the truth came out based on the original police report, but when I saw it myself, it was easy to figure out what was going on and where some of the reports had gone wrong.Yes, I want to read the actual court records, not just an article which pulls out a couple statements.
To the person who wondered, Woodstock Rd is indeed Hwy 92, and no, I doubt there is a "white fence" ordinance. Much of Roswell, Alpharetta, and Milton used to be horsefarm, and developers who wiped out the horse farms to put in subdivisions and shopping centers love to pay homage to it in their naming and aesthetics. There's even a Walmart in north Fulton that looks like a giant giant super-luxury horse barn.
Agree that autism doesn't mean violence, but it's often co-morbid with other conditions, including schizophrenia and bipolar, that very much can mean violence in some people. Also agree that JH appears to be very mentally ill, and also needs to be put away from society for the rest of his life (unless we miraculously develop drugs that effectively treat his conditions without destroying the ability to live alone at the same time). Mental illness actually *is* an "excuse" for crime ... or rather, it's a *reason* for it. It doesn't make it okay, but it explains why itwas done. Dahmer was very seriously mentally ill, and that wasn't really his fault, but that doesn't make his many victims any less dead. We closed the asylums and in effect replaced them with prisons ... is that any more effective or humane?
Agree that whatever did actually happen here, it will likely never make much sense. That's the curse of brain diseases.