Ok I'm rereading the court transcripts. It's taking a while-wife/mom/work-all that good stuff After rereading Jessie's confessions-I'm just blown away at how inconsistent he was from one confession to the next and even within the same confession. Is it even remotely possible that Jessie-coming from a poor family/not very bright-made all this up from the stories he heard and at times was fed by investigators (even the strongest arguments for their guilt have to admit he was CONSTANTLY being led in his confessions-he never once just told a story of what happened....he was questioned with the majority of questions being considered leading)? What if after being questioned the first few hours for the first time....he enjoyed the attention and the more attention he got-the further into it he went. Is this even worth considering?