So wait, he said he played Playstation but his mom said he played Nintendo. Which is it?
No wonder the jury didn't believe him.
>questioning a minor who clearly has a mental disability with no parent, guardian, or attorney present
>his attorney allowed the investigators to question him alone
Why is this allowed? No really, why is this legal?
If Brendan's story was true, then shouldn't there be evidence of blood in the bedroom where she was stabbed? Or bodily fluid from the rape? Did a man with an IQ of 70 pull a Dexter and wrap the whole room in plastic?
Go watch Making A Murderer on Netflix. It's too much to describe in detail, but it's about an adult falsely accused of a rape crime who was later exonerated then charged two years later for rape & murder. His nephew was charged for being involved, too. It's likely that they never committed that crime.
>search the premises multiple times
>don't find the key to the SUV
>it's suddenly there in plain fucking view the next time
>find shell casings in the garage, but no bullets
>search again after the confession
>find a bullet
It's proven that an ugly face on a nice body has way better chances than an ugly face on an ugly body.
Go give yourself that chance, you fuck
Funnily enough it would make a great Ace Attorney case.
>woman drives to your salvage yard
>supposedly kill her and burn the body
>don't use equipment on the salvage yard to destroy the vehicle
>leave the vehicle essentially in plain sight
>large salvage yard with TONS of cars
>find the exact vehicle for the missing person in about 30 minutes
Whoops, I meant to say reasonable doubt.
>During the deposition, take a shot whenever someone dodges a question or says "Not to my recollection"
>Implying it's not going to look distinctly different from all of the cars around it
Who is this and why is OP posting this on /v/? Also what does this have to do with playstations?