Originally Posted by Bren
Yes, the point where his case took a wrong turn is, very likely, the point where he declined to make a statement, since intentionally killing someone, without a statement of justification, is the defnition of murder under Kentucky law - that's what they indicted him for (and tried him for). It starts with that little decision and snowballs from there. At every step it takes more to turn it around.
So is a statement by the shooter the only thing that police look at when investigating a homicide? You make it sound as if incomplete, incompetent investigation and malicious prosecution is SOP in Kentucky.
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Last edited by badge315; 08-28-2011 at 09:47..