Jim Moore on 10/4/2014 3:38 PM
I consider it nothing less than laziness, incompetence and possibly even corruption when a prosecutor working on behalf of The People will pursue charges of murder with nothing but the unsupported confession of another (much less a felonious loser with complete immunity). He had a better case against the other stockboy, and assuming that the DEFENSE ATTORNEY didn't make that case (he's incompetent) or that he did (and the jury was incompetent - as juries often are) attribute to how our justice system fails too many of us for the wrong reasons. Guilty people are supposed to be allowed to get away with crimes if there is not enough (or no) evidence against them. It is just as much a prosecutor's legal obligation to not waste taxpayer monies by using his ego to sponsor a court circus as it is for him to disappoint victim's families by postponing accusations until there is actual evidence to single out a bad guy. This entire story should be about prosecutor Combs and why HE should be fired and/or jailed for setting such a disaster in motion.