Never was a name so apropos....Listen Mr. Jackass, you've got the facts a bit wrong. One turns themself in if they commit a crime. Your little red-haired prick friend only went to the police to negotiate a deal if, and only if, he could be assured of little or no consequences (in writing). Read Dowd's own later statements (the ones that he gave after lying all day on the news) in which he finally admits that his client did not offer a statement or a confession. He changed his "spin" after he realized he faced a 2nd disbarrment if he continued to lie about the police and the process.<quoted text>not at all she tried so hard to cooperate with the cops but they wanted to get revenge
As for the witch mother, she never uttered one single word to the police. Granted, she was taking her lawyer's advice and unfortunately in this society, many mothers would do the same, but she never offered help, nor spoke one word. This is entirely contrary to what you've tried to spin here.
Finally, the police wanted revenge? That's ridiculous. They are underpaid, hard workers with a conscience or two and they wanted to do the right thing and find a guy who acted like an irresponsible little assh*le and graduated up to a pure and simple arrogant, cocky, irresponsible murderer. They were well aware of who he murdered but could do nothing more than see that justice was done. Obviously, they found the right schmuck and hopefully he will rot for a few years behind bars.
Plain and simply put, the ONLY victims in this case are Dr. Siegel and his family. The main hero in this case is a hard working, compassionate man, Detective Fleming. Clearly, the only dirtbags in this case are the scumbag murderer and his band of accessories to murder for allowing this animal access to a car and then doing all they could to stand in the police dept's way. Of course, Dowd falls into that category as well, but then again, all his peers already know that.