Seems like a really stupid thing to do (tamper with a crime scene) unless there was reasoning behind it!!! I'm sure all of us know that if you ever come across anything like that EVER you never ever touch anything you automatically get out of where you are and contact the police.
That post doesnt sound like your trying to "sort out what is truth and what is not". It sounds like your making an accusation that was based off of what you read on here and what you heard, not facts or truth. Also it was disrespectful.Seems like a really stupid thing to do (tamper with a crime scene) unless there was reasoning behind it!!! I'm sure all of us know that if you ever come across anything like that EVER you never ever touch anything you automatically get out of where you are and contact the police.
I believe this post was in response to one of my post. I believe it was "there was no signs of a struggle"and as far as I know that is fact. Nobody argued that this wasnt fact. You responed with " Well now that could've very well been because when her sisters found her they "cleaned" the crime scene.Now this is all from what I read and heard, not saying its the truth but it very well could be.
I asked Josh a question about "why he never went and looked for his wife when she didnt come home until 1,2,3,4, oclock in the morning" His response was " I simply didnt care"( which I found disturbing, my opinion of course) Neither you or "Stickers" made any comment , or asked any questions. So please stop telling people to not be bias and to be open minded, cause even a dumbass redneck like me can tell yall are neither. Well I gues you are being open minded, just when it comes to Josh.
I already know that your gonna say Im twisting things or finding mis quotes. Im not and Im not being bias. Im going by facts, Which I know are circumstantial or (Indirect evidence). I will shut up and leave you with this quote from Norman M. Garland, a professor at Southwestern College of Law in Los Angeles.
“I am always astonished by the view that abounds in our society that circumstantial
evidence is somehow not good enough,“... Circumstantial evidence
is nothing more than what we live by on a daily basis as a matter of common sense.”