24 August 2006

Too good to be true, part 2

Yesterday I wrote how John Karr seemed like an incredibly convenient and too obvious suspect.

Now, it seems, the skepticism mounts. His ex-wife said he was home with her and their children (in Alabama, no less). He dismisses his own alibi by claiming his family is just trying to protect him. Karr himself has even said the DNA won't match, saying, "you can't trust the test." Is it becoming obvious to you that this guy didn't do it, but is so obsessed with this girl that he wants to be seen as having done it?
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