Gorka's Islamophobic rhetoric orchestrated Dzhokhar's conviction and death sentence. Now the U.S. Attorney's office denies using his "expertise" in an apparent attempt to distance themselves from a toxic administration.
Thanks to tips from readers, the knit hat mystery is solved, Howie's role in the chain of custody may be clearer, and there is an indication of where the Invisible Person went. Plus, what's coming up next for this blog in 2017.
On a rainy summer day, Heather and Attorney Dad take a car trip to test out a theory presented by the prosecution.
Tracing the Ruger that killed Sean Collier reveals a lot of information not shown at Dzhokhar's trial.
A Ruger handgun killed Sean Collier, and the prosecution asserted Dzhokhar obtained the gun from a good friend. But the friend's story is plagued by vagueness and inconsistencies that throw the whole narrative into question.
The burden of proof is on the prosecution. If there's no evidence found against the defendant, he is therefore innocent; he cannot be guilty simply because a microscopic possibility remains that some evidence against him might have been missed.
An eyewitness testified that he saw Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at Officer Collier's car, but did he really?