The situation in this case is clear. On one hand, Coleman may be innocent. To believe this, the jury will need to accept that he and his family were stalked for months by a diabolical killer obsessed with, not them, but the ministry he worked for. This mythical killer then decided to take his wrath toward the Ministry out on the WIFE and CHILDREN of a mid-level employee...but not the Ministry or even the employee himself. In fact, this Murderer who was watching the house obsessively...sat watching somewhere equipped with spray paint...and watched and waited till the Employee of the ministry LEFT, then hurried in to slaughter the family and spray paint his messages. The alternative scenario is that shortly after bedding Tara, this husband and father began plotting how to murder his wife and little boys and get away with it. This murder is not one of losing controlling, succumbing to rage...this is a calculated slaughter. How many times did Coleman envision how he would choke the life out of those little boys who loved him? How many times did he receive their hugs and calculate how much force it might take to snuff the breath out of them. All through Christmas, and altar calls, and family events, it wasn't just Sheri whose death plan was being finalized...it was those boys. How many humans could look at even a pet in their home, healthy and loving and start to plan how in months ahead, YOU yourself would kill it in cold blood. I hope that Tara is questioned about the names for their children. In Coleman's mind, he had moved on. Sheri's babies were trash to him, to be snuffed out and discarded...so they did not impede on the lives of the new babies he and Tara would make. It's one or the other. There is no room for middle ground here. Because either Coleman is a victim or one of these most calculating pieces of evil that ever sat in a courtroom.