The end result was clearly devastating, but I'd really like to hear Matthew's
version of what happened that night.The kid must have some amazing skills
to do what he did. Unfortunately he used those skills on the good guys.Lots of regrets and a lot of unanswered questions.
More Tim Dechristopher-like funding comes to Utah!
As it stands now I am not likely do donate, why? Because I think he is most
likely guilty.What can the family do to change this? For
example.If they said, he was sitting peacefully at home, cleaning
his gun, and the police broke down his door without announcing themselves, he
thought they were a gang trying to kill him, so he shot at them.If
the police got the wrong address and broke down the wrong door, that would also
help.If he took a lie detector and released the results to the
public that he was telling the truth, that would also help.But as it
stands now, I think he is most likely guilty. Any money that I might donate to
him, I would withhold and donate to the dead police officers family instead.The family needs to do more if they expect donations for him.
I would gladly donate. This man deserves a fair trial and the government must be
forced to meet the required burden of proof rather than simply let the media do
it for them.
Re: Observenator 8:43 a.m. Feb. 28, 2012"This man deserves a fair
trial"This accused killer will get a fair trial and a fair
appeal after he is convicted. The evidence of his crime is buried in the
I don't believe in what the family is doing trying to have people donate money
to the denfense of their son. They need to sell their home and borrow the money
through a bank to pay for their son denfense. Anyone that murders and injurys
police officer in the line of duty needs to pay the price for their actions. I
would rater donate money to the fallen officer family and to the officers that
were injured to help pay their bills. I hope that the state keeps a close eye on
the money raised and how it's spent.