Actually the documentary presented that it fell out from behind, spent some time on it. The whole interaction was suspect, 8 days to find it?!! Dectective Keystone having other cops watch him but not educated to keep an eye on them. The whole shake the selves and the key bounces out to plain view but no one sees this till he calls it out? And sigh for needing to point this out....they shouldn't have been there in the first place!!!
I groaned at the 'what time did I check in' shuffle. Wait we didn't start keeping a log till 230, but I was keeping it the whole time, I just had notes. but I threw them out...Ok fine whatever...
Then keystone cop supreme I got there at 6 pm per his sworn statement, wait the log started at 230? I Got there at 1pm then! One times dark the other time is lunch, lie fall, and the whole management of the site qoes into question. T
The obvious implications is that he snuck on site, evaded the cops to plant the evidence and then checked out and then changed the time to fit the start time of the official log in (which according to the cop in question was always occurring just didn't have his notes anymore). If not the site was so badly manage that anyone could walk in and plant evidence, either way, keystone cop awards all around guys!
Wearing gloves with blood on them, the guy had an IQ of 70. I suppose that's possible. but if so then why didn't they find the gloves with the blood in the house? I mean they burned the body on the lot, hid it there for anyone to find, hid the car in plain site for anyone to find, but they are methodical about cleaning up the blood in the bedroom/ garage DA said both he couldn't make up his mind but both locations had no blood (so much so that a forensic expert would be challenged considering the conditions) and the gloves with the blood on them, but nothing else? That doesn't seem suspicious to you?
Again, I've heard enough from other sources that they could be guilty if the other facts were true (I actually hope they are- because if not this is epic failure of the legal system to the point of absurdity), but on the other hand, enough hincky stuff happens to make me question anything the cops have to offer (or DA dopey).