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It's interesting how he has changed his story, now that the reality of his horrific deed and the consequences to his own life are staring him straight in the face.
Well, isn't that convenient. It really wasn't his fault at all; I guess it's the voices' fault and this guy is actually a victim himself. Yeah, right. Throw this guy under a train too, and save the taxpayers the cost of a trial and prison costs.
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