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This part really gets me..
"The part of the (interrogation) that is most poignant is when detectives tell him he’s killed someone, and he becomes visibly, physically upset. "
Umm wrong. So wrong. He is physically upset in the interrogation, NOT because he killed someone, but because he thinks he is going to jail. He feels sorry for HIMSELF, not for Josh or his family.
And I think it's very ironic that he tries to show public remorse after the trial, now that all these news articles are circulating about him and what he did. He's not sorry. He's trying to make himself look better to the public. If he was truly sorry, he wouldn't have gone to reporters. Words mean nothing! And they should've meant nothing the night of the murder as well.
Give me a break.Apr 9, 2014