I'm glad you liked it! So i first came across this case actually through a forensic psychology course I'm currently taking where we were learning about police training and techniques! It's not necessarily the police officers that are bad but more so the system in place I'd say - there's so much we could work on which can always be the case (always room for improvement). I also want to highlight that he may actually have taken apart in the crime (we don't know), i wanted to share this story to talk more about the system. It sucks because there are actually inappropraite legal techniques set in place that police officers are trained to use to obtain information (they have thier justification of course). Some countries have started using different approaches though so thats good but still alot more room for improvement! To answer your question though, majority of the information I found came from a case law website. https://caselaw.findlaw.com/sc-court-of-appeals/1202141.html I also plan on doing an article soon on how innocent people end up getting convicted which I think may explain as to why I chose to write about this. I hope this helps! If you have anymore questions, please feel free to send me a message on facebook or twitter! I'd love to chat about it!

BSc student studying life science. A huge reader 📖 I love to write about science, mental health, history, law books, movies, and more 😁💕✍️

BSc student studying life science. A huge reader 📖 I love to write about science, mental health, history, law books, movies, and more 😁💕✍️