The “typo”

Detective Daniels wrote in his notes that Brad was wearing long sleeves the afternoon of July 12th.  That would have seemed highly suspicious to anyone on a hot Summer day, but Brad was NOT wearing long sleeves.  There is a photo showing him sitting on the curb in shorts and a t-shirt.   Detective Daniels was questioned about this during the trial and had to admit that indeed Brad was in short sleeves that day but instead of calling it a mistake, he described it as a “typo”.  He never corrected this mistake and likely it was presented to the grand jury and prosecutors as one of the things that was “suspicious”.

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4 thoughts on “The “typo”

  1. Long, short, scratches, “rubs” who needs actual accurate details? He “knows” Brad did it so no investigation needed right? What a piece of work.

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  2. would another typo be when detective daniels “just” jotted down dumpster, rags and other things kike that. he said that he was just thinking and jotting things down , it did not mean anything. how in a investigation like that can you just jot things down? clearly he just like to write for the heck of it.

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