Originally Posted by texdav
Many mysteries in life as always.one has to remember that police are only concerned with presenting facts for consideration of others. Often evidence is confused with theory has it become a media event often driven by family or others with their own reasons.IN this case the facts as presented have been reviewed by more than just local sheriff as to law enforcement and no change I have seen. A lot of speculation has always tho.
That was my impression. The reports I've seen are rife with speculation and relatively short on evidence. Three kinds of drugs in his system, according to the official autopsy, with no severe physical trauma. His own wife acknowledged that he may have been using something. The Texas Rangers and FBI were involved within a month of the discovery of his body. There was a second autopsy done by a private pathologist who claims to disagree with the first, but appears unwilling to declare unequivocally that this was a homicide. "I have a high index of suspicion that this is a homicide" was her quote, whatever that means.
To be sure, there's some unanswered questions here, but the spectacle this case has become seems to be driven by the media and others with ulterior motives.