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Old 11-24-2014, 10:12 AM
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Actually, the more I think about the idea of Jay being an accomplice after the fact, recruited on short notice, the less sense it makes. What are the chances that Adnan, on the day of the murder, would reason "I'll call Jay to help, he's the right guy for the job", as opposed to "if I call Jay to help, he'll go to the police straight away"? You'd have to be an idiot to reason like that. Why risk it? And then, what are the chances that Jay actually goes along with it?

They must either have a) planned it together in advance, b) been there together when it happened, if it was a spur of the moment thing, or c) Jay did it on his own.

I just can't believe that it happened as Jay says. It's just too ridiculous on the face of it.