Bad Evidence Case Study
No matter what the circumstance, the authorities should have no reason to only prosecute one suspect when the party of two where both involved. Even when Wilds first talked with the police, he was repeatedly lying for a reason unknown to most podcast listeners. This led to think that the police was pushing Wilds to pick a suspect for the murder. In the podcast, the police that was interviewing Wilds was constantly suggesting what to say next and Wilds trying to comply, always agrees to what the police are telling him. But why would Wilds go to the authorities in the first place, if from there, he doesn’t even have his story made up? The only reason he went that day was to tell lies and expected the police to believe him, which they did, understandably. Because they didn’t have a lead.
In the podcast, Koenig refers back to the Justin Wolfe case and how he was wrongly convicted of the crimes that was accused of him. And was later found that the one who gave police the lead, was the one to blame for the crime. This brings me back to Wilds and Syed. What if Wilds is just trying to cover up his crime and framing