posted on May, 22 2013 @ 06:26 PM
Originally posted by Gazrok
...If I'm a cop, interviewing a mixed martial arts guy who is a prime suspect in a murder case, then yeah, I'm going to view him as "obviously
He may have been a prime suspect in a murder case... He may have been ripe for the picking...as a patsy, too.
As you say -- If I were in such a situation...interviewing someone who I was "highly suspicious" of participating in the murders under
consideration...I would probably be on my guard.
If, indeed, more than one or two other officers were present - I might let my guard down, though - thinking - "He couldn't be that stupid."
ETA: That, however, wasn't my question. My question pointed more to the "source & timing" of said "allegation".
We only know that he was an alleged suspect after the fact. (That is - I was not aware otherwise). So, the "after-the-fact" allegation, could be
suspected as a cover-up, in said light.
If it is/were known, prior to this incident, that "the deceased" was suspected of involvement in those murders, then your response would be
So - what do you think... Are these Chechnyan & Dagestanian Russians really that stupid?
I mean - it seems that both the Tsarnaev brothers AND this guy had to be dumb as rocks in some regards...and smarter than needles in others.
Their actions (if what we've been told is...uhhh...true) are inconsistent enough to keep the situation confused for anyone trying to find a logical
line of reason through it all.
edit on 5/22/2013 by WanDash because: clarification