I rewatched that interview last night. I cannot fathom what on earth compelled him to do it. The only two things I can think of are:
1) he was paid for it, or
2) he was trying to explain to the world why on earth he would ever get involved with such a creature. AND allow her to be part of his son's life too.
So many things about this case are dumb-founding. It would make a great case study for students of law and/or psychology, except for the fact that it would be hard to separate the truths from the fiction. Wouldn't it be amazing if it would be legal (and possible) to hypnotize CMJA or inject her with a truth serum and get the real story? I don't know how to calculate how many posts from the various threads related to this trial add up to, but it's an astounding number, and even with all of our collective theories combined with the testimony of dozens of experts and pretend experts and the massive amount of evidence documents, we will likely never know what really happened that fateful day, and more importantly, why.
Even if CMJA decided to come clean, or write a book, or divulge her secrets to a family member or minion to write one, I would never, ever believe it to be the real truth.
Some days, I wish I had never clicked my TV remote on January 2nd (3rd, 4th?), 2013 and landed on Court TV (or whatever it was called back then.) My son was home for Christmas, we were eating breakfast in front of the TV, and we paused on that channel wondering why that vaguely pretty young woman had done what the prosecutor said she had done. Ten days later, I learned how to work my brand new Kindle, found WS, and here I am, two years and 28 days older, spending my Saturday night here with all of you with no greater understanding of the "why".