And for more, we're going to go to "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams. The gas can testimony was kreeshl and jumped out at everybody. It was present bid the defense attorneys and it could have helped... See More
And for more, we're going to go to "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams. The gas can testimony was kreeshl and jumped out at everybody. It was present bid the defense attorneys and it could have helped the prosecution. I think it helps the prosecution enormously. If you view the case as I do, there's almost no chance she'll be acquitted. If you're going for second degree, the gas chance support the theory that this didn't just happen. There wasn't a fight. Wasn't an incident. It wasn't a heat of the moment, passion type of thing. Exactly. That's why the idea of getting the gas canisters, so she would haven't to stop anywhere along the way, is very important testimony. Wouldn't have to stop along the way and leave a record of her travels. Sfland be seen on camera, whatever the case may be. It's important to point out her first story was that she had nothing to do with this, wasn't anywhere near the place. That w that's the story they went with. It was only after evidence was found at the scene that she was linked there. Also devastating you say, for the defense, was that the ex-boyfriend testified about their sex life, that it was adventurous. She had been previously testifying that she was forced to do certain things by the victim. That's why she retaliated. Another important point brought out by prosecutors. The defense is, he was controlling her, hurting her. This is their way of saying, part of the way they claimed the controlling was occurring was by sex. Bringing forth this testimony, the prosecution can say, wait a sec, this is not so dissimilar from anything else in her life. Another bad day. To the latest in the manti te'o hoax. For the first time, we're
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