I like this.. it is important to remember the brave witnesses that took the stand. People that LOVED Alex and who actually had no reason to lie.. they don't want to believe he did this and have no ulterior motive to lie. The things they mentioned him doing were in the days immediately after the murders and were specific to elements of the crime (timeline and clothing worn he knew they had video proof of). One even told her brother because the encounter was so odd it scared her.If anyone is really nervous, like I was about the impact of his testimony, watch the 13th Juror on Court TV.
All women, six of them were asked the following questions:
1. Do you think Alex was paranoid because of opioids? All said NO. "Paranoia came and went, just not believable."
2. Do you think Alex was trying to influence witnesses to align with his story? All said YES. None of them bought his story about the car data showing the truth one said "he's a con man."
He does not have these ladies fooled, that's for sure!
His only explanation for this was he just wanted to tell them to talk to LE or something like that and they are the ones mistaken on how the conversation went or what it meant. They aren't lying he says, but they just don't remember it right. Okay buddy..
The lying liar that lies says they are mistaken and his version is correct? How can we even entertain that?
Edited to add: AND the witnesses that said he wasn't worried about anyone else getting harmed and they were. they were afraid of the murderer on the loose and he was worried about clearing Paul's name. More things that don't make sense.