Ted Bundy was innocent!


There was absolutely no proof that he was guilty of those things and denied them until the end, when he made some false confessions to delay his execution...

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What is the point of this post?

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Just watch the movie, and you will see for yourself!
Why would Ted kill and rape those women, he was a smart, gentle and sensitive man...

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Lol
I see what you’re doing.
Stay funny.

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Are you a smart, gentle, sensitive and innocent man, Memeito?

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Are you a smart, gentle, sensitive and innocent man, Memeito?

I am smart, why do you ask?

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There are many documentary films about this infamous serial killer, and this film mainly shows us how this "bright" (or "smart" as your preference) man deceived and manipulated a lot of people, including some not-so-bright young females.

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Awww where is your handler little guy? You know retards like yourself shouldn't play on the internet alone!

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We can disagree with the OP as I do, without name calling, Suffice it to say that the juries who heard the evidence, disagreed with him as well as they convicted him.

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There was absolutely no proof that he was guilty of those things and denied them until the end, when he made some false confessions to delay his execution...


What evidence is there that the confessions were false?

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That's what he told his girlfriend, he just tried to delay his execution.
But it was his girlfriend who snitched him to the cops and ruined his life...

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It seems that Gov. Martinez didn't buy it. I recall that he stated that the execution would take place as scheduled even if Bundy did confess, and as I recall Bundy, realizing that his time was up, made his confession to James Dobson.

I have to ask: was his conviction in Utah for kidnapping Carol DaRonch a miscarriage of justice as well?

Is the fact that everywhere he went that young women started to disappear or be murdered of any significance at all? I think it is. You're free to disagree, but I believe that he was guilty of the murders that he was convicted of and a lot more.

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Well, he did lead them to a body dump site.

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The bite marks got him

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Bite mark analysis is a pseudoscience.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5xDwxnzTRM

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Not with his teeth
Bite marks convinced the jury

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Not with his teeth
Bite marks convinced the jury

Quite so.

I don't mean this in an unkind way, but it seems that the OP is grasping at straws to find a miscarriage of justice where none really occurred.

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I don't mean this in an unkind way, but it seems that the OP is grasping at straws to find a miscarriage of justice where none really occurred.

Where's the proof that he did those things, there's no proof and no reason!!!

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Can you prove he falsely confessed? You're the one making the assertions here, so the burden of proof is on you.

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You mean the false confessions where he gave very specific details, that only the killer would know, about crime scenes, and how to get to crime scenes?

Such as:

- detailed directions to the area where they would find Debbie Kent's patella bone.

- abducting, raping, and drowning 12 year old Lynette Culver in a hotel room bathtub and throwing her body in a river

- the full account of what he did to Georgann Hawkins, including what she said to him while she was concussed from a likely cracked skull, and also his account of throwing all her clothes out his car window, but then going back and collecting them because he was afraid they might have evidence linking to him.

- admitting to Liz that he once tried to kill her:
"I closed the damper so the smoke couldn't go up the chimney," Bundy apparently told her. "And then I left and put a towel in the crack under the door so the smoke would stay in the apartment."

I know you're trolling, but it's gonna be a tough sell when it comes to Bundy.





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You mean the false confessions where he gave very specific details, that only the killer would know, about crime scenes, and how to get to crime scenes?

He knew those details by studying the police files, everything he "confessed" was there...

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He knew those details by studying the police files, everything he "confessed" was there...


Bull. The police found them via his confessions. They were not in the files. I say it again: prove he falsely confessed.

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Sometimes the police spreads false or incomplete information to the media, so the criminals would make a mistake and catch them, but they aren't allowed to do this in court, Bundy had access to information that wasn't available to the general public.

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