There are 2 trials going on here. One in the courts based on law and facts, and the other in the press based on opinion, sales, and emotions.
In the courts, everyone has had their turn. In the press, the prosecution is not getting much say.
Your comment is based on the press.
My comments are based primarily on the reading of he appellate decisions. If you were to read them, you would see that he appellate courts did not address the alleged facts of the case, but only the procedures. In my, and many other, opinions, the appellate courts failed in their primary role of doing justice and weaseled out of it by giving far too much deference to the trial court.
This guy had lousy representation at trial. If he had a decent lawyer, there never would have ben a conviction in the first place.