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  1. says

    Days ago they acted as though there was sufficient evidence to suspect that he would try to commit suicide. I believe it was rather because he assumed he was screwed, caught red-handed — not from any sense of guilt.

    Sounds like he and his defense lawyers have concocted a story good enough to get him out on bail, so stands to reason it might be good enough to get him off altogether. I don’t think they’ll have to worry about suicide anymore.

  2. TheGay says

    Well, I wasn’t at the hearings, and neither were any of you.

    This is a great media story though. Given that, I’ll reserve judgement. I wonder how many people who’ve made up their minds already will admit they were wrong, should it be proven in a court of law that what he claims is true ?

    Particularly if the evidence the prosecution claims it has turns out to be fraudulent or contrived.

  3. Martin says

    @ TheGay
    You are hardly a source qualified to speak on being objective. Your entire posting history on this site suggests bigotry, ignorance and homophobia. Sit down.

  4. iban4yesu says

    @Martin,

    “Your entire posting history on this site suggests bigotry, ignorance and homophobia.”

    And what makes you a reliable source yourself for that kind of summing up? Why don’t you take your personal vendetta to somewhere else?

    The prosecution claimed testosterone and needles in P:s bedroom and subsequently lost the evidences or something. And the testosterone turned out to be herbal supplements, according to the defense. And that head of the prosecution, I mean, the investigation team, himself is now facing a manslaughter charge from the past and had to be replaced.

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