Did they mention that the individual in question was not identified and wouldn’t give a phone number, so they really have no way to verify the woman even lived in the neighborhood, let alone anything else she said. They’re also pushing a statement by one of the witnesses who didn’t see the confrontation, but opined on what she thinks happened. Three bogus stories the same day, at least one of them containing information that was not in the original interviews, meaning it’s something they dug up when they ‘re-interviewed” the witnesses. The only obvious explanation is it’s a blatant effort to polute the jury pool. Some of these clowns should be reminded of the Sam Sheppard case.
posted on 05/19/2012 12:34:01 AM PDT
(hoaxy dopey changey)
For all we know she could be Ben Crump’s secretary or paralegal, Al Sharpton’s niece or someone in Australia. As for the Middle Eastern supposed former co-worker, everyone here should think back through their working life. Any current or former co-workers that would tell police you were the Zodiac killer because of that time you got the promotion they wanted or you had a verbal confrontation with them that you've completely forgotten?
posted on 05/19/2012 12:41:52 AM PDT
(Ich habe keinen Konig aber Gott)
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