"Yeah, he's guilty," Blake answered, "as determined by the trial and the failure of a very extensive post-conviction investigation to prove otherwise."
Blake also doesn't appreciate that the judge's conspiracy theory outrageously accuses and condemns law enforcement officials without an investigation or a trial.
Worse, to buy into Fletcher's theory, you have to believe that as far back as 1983, the local constabulary had the foresight to plant Cooper's blood in the Ryen home, his saliva in the car and also found a way to put Cooper's DNA on a T-shirt with a victim's DNA -- even though prosecutors didn't present the T-shirt at trial. That is, you have to believe everything but the evidence.
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