>After your death sentence has been commuted to life, it is never a good idea to write a taunting letter to the prosecutors essentially saying “Ha ha, you bunch of dumbasses, you saved my life. Now here’s the rest of the story, but you can’t get me, neener neener neener, I’m in the clear, thank you double jeopardy,” where you reveal details of the crime that nobody but you and the investigators would know, details which would also change the status of the crime, because, guess what, they can get you. Got that, Paul Warner Powell? I’m sure they’ll find a vein real quick when your day comes.
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