Using Todd Willingham's arson case in TX as some kind of argument for Brad Cooper's strangulation case in NC is disingenuous, at best.
I will let you debate yourself,
I am amused watching people contort themselves into coming up with some other reason for the murder, other than the obvious one
You suggested that "coming up with some other reason for the murder, other than the obvious one" is amusing.
Todd Willingham was the "obvious one" according to LE, the State of Texas, its Governor, and about 90% of anyone following the trial.
He was later proven innocent, but unjustly convicted and executed.
So I ask you if you consider it amusing that anyone (prior to his proven innocence) would come up with some other reason for the death of his children?