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originally posted by: SonOfTheLawOfOne
The one thing that is gnawing at my insides is how close they were to the scene after the crime. Anyone who had done that level of planning would have gotten as far from that scene as possible and maybe even would change cars. No criminal plot, aside from serial killers who like to revel in their work, would stick around after committing and act like that.
Especially not a mile or so in proximity. That's just ridiculous and is it just me to find that unbelievable??
I can't see it, it just doesn't make sense. At. All.
Does anybody know of footage of the chase of the SUV? I can't find anything other than the Bearcats on scene and poking the dead subject. Everything I'm finding is just "updates"
originally posted by: introvert
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
There's mention of that F150 the NBC anchor noticed before. Leaving erratically.
The truck that drove through the intersection between police and the 4-door sedan?
Wouldn't that be ironic?
all you have are "feelings" and "gut instincts"