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Old 11-24-2014, 09:32 AM
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These are the puzzling things about the evidence (as it's being presented to us via the podcast); things like cell phone location records that can be misleading, Jay's story with it's multiple versions, lack of concrete evidence to physically link Adnan with his phone were enough for the jury to convict. But hard evidence like the phone booth, untested DNA evidence found near the body, no search of Jay's apartment are all dismissed as irrelevant or unworthy of investigation or consideration by the jury.

As to motive... Jay had motive to kill Hae in a fit of anger. The defense attorney raised that possibility but maybe not convincingly.