posted on Nov, 12 2002 @ 05:47 AM
this sort of trial by inference is becoming worryingly prevelant in the U.S. at the moment.
who knows if he did it, he probably did, but lets look at what your saying:
"I wowuldn't worry too much about that this time. They aren't lacking for crime scene evidence and information so the accuracy of Malvo's story
will be easily verified. "
exactly, the story has not yet been verified, theres plenty of evidence, but none has been used to link him and the story together yet, probably will,
but it hasn't happened yet.
innocent until proven guilty.
"Fox News is saying that the reason for the lawyers' angst is because they weren't present during the interview. Sorry. If Malso didn't declare
that he was saying nothing until the lawyers were present, too bad. And, since he wsa allegfedly bragging about the murders, it'd appear that he
supposition, your purely speculating, based on a belief that he did it, on the ins and outs of his confession.
how ridiculous is that?
I'm sure the evidence will come through and he will be found guilty but until that happens no one knows what was said or why it was said.
the cops and the media think they have their man, so you think you have your man, so your fabricating the story around it baced on specualation
concerning your opinion of a killer who may in the end turn out to be a lovely guy, we simply don't know.