He said he was about two houses down from his home when he saw a white car "driving pretty fast" in front of his house. Then, he said, he saw Romans lying on the ground. The boy said he ran over to Romans, then ran inside the house calling for his father.
"I said, 'Dad, Dad,' " the boy said. "And then I went upstairs, and then I saw him, and there was blood all over his face, and I think I touched it ... and I didn't hear anything, and I just saw blood and I cried for about 30 minutes, just crying right next to him." Watch police interrogate the boy »
On Momlogic.com there's a clear interpretation of these facts: the boy just didn't do it.
An Phoenix boy is shown on video telling authorities how he "discovered" the men lying in his home the day of the killings.
Well, I certainly hope Mom is right about that. It would mean a lot to me to know that this 8-year-old didn't do any such thing. In that case we can talk about those arresting officers and some of the comments they reportedly made.
What do you think? Is it possible for a little kid to have done this? In today's report we learn that it was a .22 handgun not a rifle like we'd heard initially, making it even more unlikely that he did it. At least that's my take on it. What do you think? Are the cops so anxious to explain away these crimes that they'd wrongly blame a kid?