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    Default I DID IT!! *gurgle sounds* wait never mind...

    A US man who thought he was dying and confessed to having killed a neighbour in 1977 has been charged with murder after making a recovery, US media say.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7959155.stm

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    Lulz, Karma is a bitch.

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    Makes me wonder how, in a country that's such a stickler for regulations and paperwork, someone could manage to simply change their name and go on living without being caught like that. Particularly if he had a job and ever had someone who would even try to do a background search.

    Did he never get pulled over? Did he never have to change his driver's license? Did anyone ever pull up his records for medical purposes?

    These kinds of questions always, always come up when I hear about things like this and I never find an answer for them.

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    he is being soo lucky for 32 years.. either that or he is being haunted for 32 years
    BTW isn't there's a limitation on how long a criminal cases being open??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanov_2020 View Post
    BTW isn't there's a limitation on how long a criminal cases being open??
    I think it only applies to investigating. If a confession is made with sufficient evidence it can be reopened.

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    HI CHUU! HOW ARE YOU MY FRIEND?!!?!?!?

    and thats funny, but it serves him right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel View Post
    I think it only applies to investigating. If a confession is made with sufficient evidence it can be reopened.
    i see.. he should've confess in a church.

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    Dumbass...Letting 'morality' and sentimentality get the better of him in a moment of danger.
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    I love how he's been an active member of the church and helped with bible groups and stuff. Guess living with the murder on his conscience wasn't an issue though. Dying with it was.

    The statute of limitations also depends on the crime - armed robbery is 20 years or something. There is no limitation on murder.

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    ^yeah i look it up. for murder there is no statute of limitation. i'm illiterate when it comes to this kind of stuff.

    at least he take off alot of burden out of his heart.. maybe that's why he get better...
    just seeing the silver lining..

 

 
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