Dustin Turner Research Paper

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Dustin Turner should be released from prison. He was going through the Navy Seal training trying to finish around the age of 20 years old. He and his “friend” Billy Joe Brown had to become friends over the course of time, because they were paired up together at the beginning of their training. They both were released for a few weeks, because of over stress, they decide to go have some fun, and go to some bars and parties. One night Dustin and Billy were at a bar, and young innocent women named Jennifer Evans was killed and raped by Billy Joe Brown. Billy Joe Brown told Dustin Turner if he did not help him hide the body he would kill him too. Dustin Turner was forced to help him, but after a few days Dustin Turner could not hold it in any longer and had to tell the police what happened. He then went to court for the case, and was convicted for 82 Years in jail.
The main reason why this does not make sense to me is, because if Dustin Turner actually did the crime why would he go the police and tell them where to find the body? After being forced to help Billy Joe Brown Hide the body. Dustin Turner could not hold it in and had to go to the police. He told them everything and where to find the body. He also told the police everything in detail what happened from the beginning to the end. You would think if a man
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Billy Joe Brown was giving false evidence, and told the court that Dustin Turner baited Jennifer Evans to the car where Billy Joe Brown killed her. However the way Billy Joe Brown was telling his story was literally impossible to happen. Billy Joe Brown told the court that they had Jennifer Evans arms under the back of the seats and her legs by the clutch. When they brought this evidence to the court, they never brought the car in, they only brought in the car seats. This made it false evidence, because if they use the same car, they would have realized how ridiculous his story

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