|The Declarer (Floyd McWilliams' Blog)|
Monday, December 13, 2004
reflexively pro-criminal types who cannot be satisfied by any evidence less convincing than videotape -- that is, unless someone at Pixar might have had it in for the defendant:
I guess "totally circumstantial" means "any evidence that one feels like explaining away." Because blood samples can transposed at the lab, and hairs can be planted (presumably after being obtained from one's local Neighbor Hair Vendor), and eyewitnesses are prone to error, and cops can be bigoted, and ...
I mean, shouldn't those who declare that Scott Peterson was railroaded feel some obligation to propose an alternate scenario for Laci Peterson's death? Mr. Peterson's defenders have made noises about burglars and homeless people. Modesto must have some tricky and resourceful homeless people. Imagine a bum who can lift hairs out of Peterson's head, and has access not only to a car to take away the body, but also a boat to dump it in the bay!
Hoo boy... Can you even provide a shred of evidence for direct involvement?
By 7:40 PM, at
Congratulations on your swift comment -- six months after I posted, to be sure, but before some liberal judge overturns Peterson's conviction because the jury was not told about a Perry Mason mystery in which a woman's hair was left on a plier in a boat as a frame attempt.