Yes, Jim Amormino, the grand spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's Department said Loggins' daughters were also interviewed by investigators, but Amormino said he didn't know what they said or if their story lined up with the deputy's.
What they didn't tell you is from about 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. the girls were interrogated without allowing the young girls mother to join them.
This case is not complex. Why would an interrogation take this long?
Once again, how is it possible, two weeks after this incident, the OCSD spokesperson stated had no idea what the two girls said?
Only a moron would buy this.
Not only that, how could they do this to two young girls, who had just hours earlier, watched their father get shot to death?
The only point I was making is that that info wasn’t new.
I suspect the girls were being told what they had better say about the incident with implications of what the consequences to themselves would be if they said something different.