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  1. Tualha says

    Seems to me the cops bear some responsibility for that kid’s death, too.

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  2. Ariel says

    Why, if Havran was (claiming to be) working for the police all along, was it not part of said deal, “Stick around for the trial and testify”? He could at least testify that Bahr had brought his gun and thus is guilty of felony murder.

    • Pretty sure that was part of the deal. We’ll get into all the ins and outs of informant “arrangements” when we get to advanced crim pro. For now, it’s safe to assume that Havran isn’t very honest with anyone, including us, and didn’t bother sticking around after the arrests. And he was very likely acting as an informant in the first place to get out of an existing jam.

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