I think he kind of caught himself there. He had too many things to explain. That was early on. Evidence of cement and cement-mixing were evidently all around in various places, such as at his warehouse. Apparently he had to come up with an explanation as to why all this cement powder and the bags of the stuff were all over the place, so he told them he'd been making anchors. Bet he wishes he'd never said that, now.
The guy practically handed them the evidence for solving the crime. He just never expected the bodies to surface.
He would have been better off burying the bodies 20 miles from home on a two hour time schedule. He got TOOOOOOOO clever.
posted on 09/25/2003 2:56:23 PM PDT
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