- Nov 1, 2013
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"instead of asking how bad is it? AM tells them "it is bad...it is really bad". What does that tell you? Frankly for such a hot shot attorney and pseudo law enforcement guy (aka blue lights/badge) this guy is very transparent.I too, found that continued questioning then by the now convicted defendant, as to ‘are they dead’ quite odd.
Almost as if was over embellishing the fact. And it sure seems he wanted others to confirm essentially no witnesses.
The logical inference, if one had not been there, had just happened across the scene and wanted some element of caring would be to ask the opposite IMO. In other words, ‘can they be saved’, ‘is an ambulance enroute’, ‘how bad is it’?
The behavior when calling 911 was odd too. I believe close to ‘my wife and son have been shot badly’. Almost as odd, as the first interview with law enforcement in the car during the dark. I called the 911 dispatch…… she was ‘very nice’……
Everything sure seemed to be rehearsed and staged and practiced. Almost like a movie. And don’t forget, ‘whoever did this must have planned it for a long time’. Is that another partial ‘truth tell’?
Others asked in recent posts why did he have a flashlight when first responders first arrived?
Almost seems he was reading from a script. Maybe he was using that flashlight so he could read a script?