From your link: District Attorney Ray Crouch says more new details will be presented regarding evidence and the prosecution. To date ... we have heard of no physical evidence — blood or remains — found linked to Joe Clyde. But, I wonder have TBI agents found something new recently? My guess is that prosecutors do have more than they are letting on ... because if they don’t then their case is in trouble. They’ll need more than a recanted confession and possibly a statement from Krystal. Nick Beres NC5 From an article posted on July 31: Joe Clyde Daniels would be celebrating his eighth birthday today, his father’s attorney said if investigators hadn’t stopped the search when the father admitted to killing him and dumping his body in a field. “My client was being treated for mental illness from the time he was about five years old,” Public Defender Jake Lockert told News 2. Lockert has filed several motions in court, one of them to throw out Joe Daniels’ confession of killing his 5-year-old son, claiming it was a coerced false confession. “People often wonder why someone would do that, but DNA exoneration cases showed that right about 25 percent of victims that had been convicted had given false confessions,” Lockert explained, “People that have mental illnesses, like my client, are much more susceptible to being pressured into giving false confession.” Lockert said Daniels was on lithium, rasitol, and 200 milligrams of Trazodone– medicines for depression and bipolar disorder. Attorney for Baby Joe’s father claims mental illness medication prompted murder confession | WKRN News 2 In the article Lockert talked about the now recanted witness accounts. He accused LE of having tunnel vision and asserted that Joe Clyde would have been found if they had continued investigating and searching instead of focusing only on the parents. Really? Let's place the blame where it belongs, on the people responsible for caring for Joe Clyde. And what about Krystal? Both parents gave multiple stories over the last two years, as if this is some sort of game. I get what Lockert is doing but I sure don't like it.