I posed this question in another thread, but someone suggested it's a good idea for a new thread. Please, be respectful, and if you're not on the fence, please don't use this thread to antagonize those who are. For the fencesitters, why are you on the fence? What keeps you there? Perhaps our reasons for being on the fence will provide insight. Initially, I was not convinced of Terri's guilt, but now I think she may actually be innocent. Her timeline is tight, IMHO. There is some fill-in that's required, but deducting reasonably based on what we know or can strongly infer (e.g. she went to the gym that day), her timeline is very solid. Even if she pinged off Suavie Island or went to another FM instead of Albertson's, her timeline is solid. If you believe she was doing something other than driving baby K around for that hour or hour and fifteen minutes, that's still not much time to do what was probably done to Kyron and to compose herself enough to go to the gym. Also, regardless of if she left the school at 8:35 or 8:45, I don't think she had enough time to do anything before she stopped at the first FM. Based on LE photos tagged as POV from Terri's parking place, I believe she was where she said she was. If she was there, where was Kyron? Dead in the vehicle? She'd risk being caught with a dead child in her vehicle? An incapacitated child? Also, baby K was with her. She killed or incapacitated Kyron while baby K was with her? IMHO, no one saw Kyron leave with her. IMHO, an accomplice materialized because an accomplice is the only way in which Terri can still be guilty. Dede's statements to People were interesting -- she said LE wanted her to tell them that Terri did it or has knowledge of it. IMHO, they don't have evidence she's directly involved, but they "know" she's guilty, so maybe her guilt is explained via an accomplice. IMHO, it's become apparent to me that LE is letting theory drive the search for evidence as opposed to the discovery of evidence shaping the development of a theory.