The document raises some points to the investigation that ask big questions and shed some concerning light over it. The parts that are supported with exhibits and evidence have changed my perspective on it quite a bit
I prefer to wait until the trial, when we can hear and see all the evidence and testimony. The defense is allowed to be very selective in the evidence they present and it seems they have been. They're leaving out a great deal of evidence that the prosecution has, including DNA, data from cell phones, GPS, computer records/searches, all the evidence gathered at RA's home, surveillance audio and video, etc. They've released a small amount to the public, but there's a lot more.
Of course the defense isn't going to mention any incriminating evidence against RA in their report, unless they can turn it to his benefit. That's their job. But its necessary for juries to hear all the evidence, from both sides.