More like who paid off the BHPD to say that OP. I swear they released a statement two days ago stating that the bullets found in his gun didn''t match the bullets found in Chasen.
Yep, now that this nutcase is conveniently dead, they can say anything they want about him.
Huh? Didn''t they just say a few days ago that the gun wasn''t connected? Total cover-up.
Why not just pin it on Julian Assange?
This guy didn''t do it on his own. He didn''t drive and he doesn''t sound smart enough to have cut the surveillance cameras on the street.
Not buying it. Too many holes. At the very least you needed a driver and a shooter. This guy rode a damn bicycle. Nope...simply doesn''t ring true.
Its like finding Brian''s condom floating in the jacuzzi.
No one seems to be buying the cops'' stories, but no one is doing much beyond calling bullshit.
Not buying it either. Sorry but the LA cops/legal system have to be among the worst in the USA.
[quote] Sorry but the LA cops/legal system have to be among the worst in the USA.\
You ARE aware that it is not the LAPD involved in this investigation right?\
The crime was committed in the city of Beverly Hills, that is its own city and has its own city departments and services, including its own police force.
My faux pas. I was not aware and shamed.%0D\
Did I say LAPD? Not a local so while I''m aware BH has it''s own department I do not know it''s reputation.%0D\
Again. I am SHAMED and will never post on the topic again.
Even the entertainment news programs seem to have dropped this hot story? I would think Dateline or 20/20 would be all over it. I would guess Jane Velez-Mitchell will be the only source for it. It really has everything.
While it is the BHPD''s case, to be fair, the LAPD was the department in whose jurisdiction the gunman was found and subsequently committed suicide.
Have never heard of someone using a bicyle to murder someone and then killing themselves after telling people they were getting paid ten thousand dollars.
Is this a closed case in Los Angeles?
Yes, totally, R17.
And why are you bumping up a thread from over 2 years ago??
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