- Sep 18, 2009
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Agree, and have similar questions.I’ve read the warrant but not listened yet to the podcast. I’d say LE had a lot of good reasons to suspect RL and search his property, almost all of which we didn’t know until today.
Some of the information like cell phone data they wouldn’t have known right away.
So granted, LE had good reasons to perform this search, so now my question is…why did they stop looking at RL.
My guess is that they didn't find the information they needed for an arrest. He was clearly the person they believed him to be in terms of physical capacity and the "propensity for violence" -- the assault on one victim prompted by her "disrespecting RL in his own home" seems telling here -- as well as his proximity to the crime scene and clumsy attempts to set up an alibi.
These documents make out a strong case for a SW. This is becoming one of those cases in which there are almost too many suspects, each of which has compelling reasons for being suspected, none of which seems quite conclusive. It's like a hideous, vicious, downmarket real-life Cluedo in which thankfully the bravery and accomplishment of the two victims is still front and centre.
But yeah -- RL sure looked for it, based on this new reporting.