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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Fudd Bezos, May 19, 2020.
It’s no being black in public but it’s in the top 4-5 in most municipalities.
My buddy (Arkadin) that works for OPD said the same
Police do ignore murders eventually, but the circumstances are witnesses not giving a shit, drug dealers, no media/press, no leads, etc. Not sure this would have fit the mold.
If the rumors of the victim being a creighton fan are true, he had it coming.
Pretty sure it's only around 60% of murders that get solved in the US. I don't think it's far fetched to think police would put solving the seemingly random murder of a twice convicted child molester on the bottom of their to-do list.
My friends an omaha cop and sent me the unedited version.
The proof is that he used a 9mm, the TV was on, and the door was left open.
What do the local cops think of this?
He didn't really give an opinion on it, I was just texting him about the confession
This is what I pay for. Thank you.
Sounds like a classic case of “Ope”.
Semi-related to this case/confessions in general....
During an internship with the Public Defender I got on the elevator to go watch a motion/trial. The attorney said something like "cops found a bunch of cocaine in the trunk and my guy said it was his, but nothing else." I responded that it sounds like the guy is screwed, which caused the pub defender to then say "well they still need to prove it was in his possession. Corpus delicti, you know?"
I had no idea of course.
Florida adheres to the traditional rule of corpus delicti. “A person's confession to a crime is not sufficient evidence of a criminal act where no independent direct or circumstantial evidence exists to substantiate the occurrence of a crime."
Am I crazy for thinking that's a good thing? Cops get false confessions regularly.
Lol this isn’t how it works
Dude probably got picked up by at least one Ring. Highly doubt a neighborhood with kids and a known pedophile in the area doesn't have at least one house with video surveillance.