Trying to find a suspects who were in a crowd with tens of thousands of others is not an easy or simple task and the chances of never finding the suspects from this type of venue are very real.
From Ramirez attorney regarding arrests of new suspects:
"I haven't heard anything," Anthony Brooklier said. "But if it's true, I'm happy for my client. I always believed he was factually innocent. There was a lot of pressure on LAPD. I believe that they were operating in good faith and made a good-faith mistake."
Agree. A false arrest and false imprisonment would only expand this injustice.
The perps who really did this deserve every punishment we can throw at them.
We need to know who the real perps are. Cops often have their own agendas, so they are no longer a reliable source, sadly.