thanks for creeping me out for all eternity while the same time providing some very useful information.I had a super-creep-sex-offender-pedophile coworker and suspected a camera had been placed in the bathroom. Other strange security breaches were happening. He quit abruptly as more were suspecting his behavior. It’s very frightening how easy it is to purchase spy cams.
"Can arrest" is not the same as "should arrest". LE must remain mindful that a premature arrest based on circumstantial evidence may lay the groundwork for a jury to have "reasonable doubt" if a better suspect is ultimately brought to trial.You may be right, but if the circumstantial evidence gives them probably cause, then they can arrest. Circumstantial evidence is enough to convict if it proves the case beyond a reasonable doubt. IMO if the evidence - circumstantial or direct - were strong enough to get an arrest warrant, LE would be arresting, not waiting.
Circumstantial evidence is a set of facts from which one may infer the fact in question. Direct evidence, by contrast, directly proves the fact in question.www.shouselaw.com
Agree. Here is what was said:From what I’m seeing and reading about Kaylee’s family’s latest interview on Banfield it sounds like they are suspecting one of the surviving roommates or one of their friends that was there the next day…
Wait, what did I miss? Why does it matter if they were identical or fraternal?
The question of the triplets DNA was asked in the context of comparing DNA profiles to samples at the crime scene; NOT in the context of suspects (I don’t believe.)Just checking in for the evening and only read the last 6 pages… I need to watch Banfield with Xana’s mom, also, anyone wondering if Ethan’s family were involved much with Xana, she is in quite a few pictures on his video tribute via obituary page. For what is it worth!
Next, what would it matter if Ethan and his brother were identical? No one is insinuating he did this, correct? Please no one go there!!!
Lastly- praying for an arrest!!!!! Before Christmas!
Yes. Steve Goncalves said "She had a strong alibi" and "I don't know what would prevent you from sharing someone's alibi". So the family want to know what this alibi was and police would not divulge.I saw someone say they heard them say “she”
That doesn’t seem to be in the included clip?Ok the biggest news to come from Banfield’s interview with Xana’s mom is that Xana did have a lock on her bedroom door and that Xana’s dad had just replaced it with a new lock exactly one week before the murders.
I need to know WHY that lock was changed!!
Xana’s mom also said she thinks the kids were targeted. She thinks it was someone who knew them, maybe even a friend.
Cara Denise Northington, the mother of Idaho murder victim Xana Kernodle, tells NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield that police haven't been helpful and that she needs more answers. "There is so much more that can be done that has not been done," Northington said. #idahofour #moscowwww.newsnationnow.com
Can’t quite make out what Kaylees Dad says at one point here and interested to know. Is there a transcript available?Agree. Here is what was said:
Could not agree more! That is usually a big part of the DA's job. Also, if a suspect is tried without sufficient evidence and walks, then you might as well not even find the proof afterwards because double jeopardy will not let you get another chance."Can arrest" is not the same as "should arrest". LE must remain mindful that a premature arrest based on circumstantial evidence may lay the groundwork for a jury to have "reasonable doubt" if a better suspect is ultimately brought to trial.