Via The Conservative Treehouse
They know where the crime took place. They were on scene within minutes of the crime taking place. They know everything about the victim. They hold absolute ownership of all physical evidence and have held custody of the evidence since the outset. They know how she was killed. They know when she was killed. They know where she was killed. The only unknown variable is who killed Jessica.
At 7:13pm she was on an uneventful call with her mom. Physical status was fine.
At 7:31pm she was at the physical location of the crime. Physical status unknown.
At 8:09pm a witness called in a fire.
At 8:13pm the fire department arrived. Physical status barely alive.
Jessica, and her vehicle, was doused with gasoline and set on fire presumably between 7:31pm and 8:09pm.
Due to the accelerant it would only have taken moments from the ignition of the fire to the full blaze identified by a witness. And the Fire Dept. arrived at 8:13pm to find her barely alive and severely burned.
How many people are in a social circle of a 19-year-old who lives in a community of around 500 people? Maybe two dozen? How hard would it be to identify and verify alibis for each of those two dozen?
By a process of elimination it becomes almost unbelievable that any investigative unit who have so much knowledge of the victim’s activities, and have such detailed information of her whereabouts, and who have such a small number of people to question, for a timeframe of such small construct, yet they cannot identify the perpetrator?
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