Bugliosi knew she was guilty


If you read the book "And the sea will tell" Bugliosi questions Stephanie's innocence many, many times. He talked about matters that never came up in either her trial or Bucks. Some examples are the stolen wallet of the dentist that was found aboard the Sea Wind. This didn't have anything to do with the murder trial, but as Bugliosi stated, it did show that Stephanie might have been involved with crimes with Buck before the murders. This dentist went to the police after Buck and Stephanie refused to allow him to look for it aboard the Iola in Hawaii after he had a visit with the couple.

Bugliosi went to great lenghths to find out about the ants getting into Muff's bone marrow and how long it would take for the ants to get in. This could have shown that the body was not disposed of right away and that there was no hurry on Buck's part to hide the body from Stephanie. An expert stated that the ants could have gotten in at any time before the body went into the water, or after it was found if there was enough oil left in the bone.

The high tide evidence was the same way. There was some confusion as to when High tide came in on Palmyra. Stephanie lucked out on a few pieces of evidence that wasn't able to be conclusively proven.

I am glad that he brought out his doubts about her innocence in his book instead of choosing to leave incriminating behavior and evidence out. This woman got away with murder, but maybe if people around her have read the book, they will see how she behaved and be able to hear about her lies and see her for what she really is.

reply

Wouldn't you just LOVE to track her down and expose her to everyone who knows her? She changed her name to hide in this world..... so people who know her don't realize shes not only a slut, but a killer.

reply

I find it very hard to believe that Stephanie became as successful as Bugliosi states. He said that she was an incredibly lazy woman who did very little to help out with her own defense. I just find it hard to believe that she would work hard enough to get to a supervisory position, but who knows. I have had many supervisors that had no business being in that position.

Also, if she was that successful, why did she need so many roommates?

Yes, I would love to track her down. I really hope that she never married or had children. In my mind she is a very dangerous woman. I have a hard time believing that she has led a straight and narrow life all these years since the trial. People have a very hard time changing.

reply

Wouldn't you just LOVE to track her down and expose her to everyone who knows her? She changed her name to hide in this world..... so people who know her don't realize shes not only a slut, but a killer.


You are an incredibly horrid individual.

reply

the fact that he included all of these questions in his book, and showed that they didn't lead anywhere, demonstrates his credibility.

reply

Vince Bugliosi makes it very clear in the book that not only would he not have agreed to even think of representing Jennifer if he thought she was guilty, he never represented anyone in a murder trial until they took and passed a polygraph test to prove their innocence. Jennifer was an odd woman, no doubt about that, and she made Vince pretty uneasy at times, but he was always very clear that he thoroughly believed in her innocence.

http://thinkingoutloud-descartes.blogspot.com/

reply