**All things below are my opinions**
I KNEW Alec was screwed the minute he got on the stand and started repeating over and over,
I stole from those people. I apologize for doing that. It was incredibly wrong of me.
I admit stealing from my clients. But I did not kill my wife, Maggie, or my son, PauPau.
Did anyone count how many times he said these things?! Because oh my god, I was becoming infuriated.
He went straight into lawyer mode. Not a grieving dad or husband. Just very suspicious. That sealed the deal for me, as well as Paul's snapchat video of Alec with the tree combined with the kennel video. If the scenario is indeed the .000001% chance Alec didn't do it, he knows exactly who did do it. But I'm nearly positive it's him.
It's so insanely difficult to believe someone could do this to their own wife of 25? years, and their son. Looking into the evidence, I can understand killing Paul over the boat case but I don't understand why Maggie had to die, unless there's things about their relationship I am unaware of - leaving him over gambling, cheating, stealing? The pills?
About the drugs:
Said this before & I will say it again... I am a chronic pain patient with experience in hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, fentanyl, dilaudid, et cetera. I have been on each of those meds at one time or another. This man was not taking 60 pills a day. He would've been dead, that's all there is to it. Let's say on the off chance he was taking 5mg of oxy in each pill. 5 x 60 = 300. 300 MILLIGRAMS a day. That's not happening, ladies and gentlemen. It just isn't. At my highest dose post an organ removal surgery, I was taking around 200mg a day (highest recommended dose for oxy), and I was so zonked, even though I have quite the tolerance.
I am currently in the hospital due to my chronic illness and I have now posed this question to 3 nurses and a doctor. All are familiar with opioid/opiate usages. They all basically laughed and scoffed at the idea.
Do I think he was buying and selling drugs? Yes, yes I do. But he exaggerated his own usage greatly to try and, again, lie about where ALL his money was going. Just another lie from Alex to elicit sympathy and this one is really bad to me because being addicted is such a serious thing. It can ruin your life. Alex was running a law firm, settling cases successfully, going to every family event... there's no way he was popping oxys like that. No way in hell. He would've been nodding out, being so weird, not getting any work done, not able to hold sufficient conversations. Whether he was using 10 years or 1 year, it would've been that way.
I believe he is lying to cover up his money trail and try to get people not to look into it further; there is likely money in off-shore accounts to evade taxes as well as crippling gambling debts. Wouldn't be surprised if he did some sugar daddy type things as well. He was embarrassed enough by the fraud and stealing coming to light, I'm sure he didn't want those things to be surfaced either.