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Cat Killer’s Lawyer Says His Client Made Incriminating Statements Under Duress — 3 Comments

  1. Step 1, suppress the evidence
    Step 2, twist the testimony
    Step 3, see the case dropped for lack of evidence.
    Step 4, in the not to distant future read about this sub human when he is accused of choking, beating and electrocuting a human being.

  2. Hopefully, Mr. Greer’s statements will be admissible. I could rag on attorneys and ethics forever; but the bottom line is that they are doing a job that requires them to defend their clients, no matter how monstrous they are.
    I believe that Mr. Greer’s statements will prevail. He, ofcourse, won’t get the sentence that he deserves. But, just being found guilty will follow him the rest of his miserable, non-worthy life.

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