I still say he knew this woman beforehand. He was jonesing for drugs and on the lam and he knew where to find them. Her story was full of holes then as it is now. She help him hide a car when she could have called the cops, gave him meth and made him pancakes. He surrendered because he wanted to, not because she converted him. A nice tale was spun by two junkies.
She was a smart cookie to get out in front and milk the Purpose Driven fad for her PR and book deal.
I'm hoping the cops thoroughly looked into if they were connected, but I have my doubts.
Naw, that's the first thing they'd look for is a relationship/connection between the two. If there was one, they'd would have found it out quickly.
Oh great!! As if the fella didn't have enough
problems. Now, she get's him hooked on meth.
The bigger scandal here may be that the Atlanta police almost certainly would have known pretty quick she gave him meth after drug testing him and interrogating both of them.
Do you think they kept that under wraps for feel-good positive PR reasons? Did they just not want to be seen as criticizing her Purpose Driven media spin? Or was it pragmatism? Imagine telling the public that is was actually a handy drug stash that kept her safe from a killer. Best to just let the Purpose Driven PR run wild.
A nice tale was spun by
two junkies a freeper with a vivid imagination.