Originally Posted by medford
another thought, I haven't followed this closely, but I just read that thru his lawyer they stated (paraphrasing) "out of respect for the investigation, Aaron will not comment on this case" there is also a rumor that he's not been cooperating with the police.
Now, you can't try a guy based upon his willingness to talk to the cops, nor his willingness to speak on the subject to the general population, but if it were me, and I was 100% in the clear, I'd sure as heck be talking to the police all I could, I'd definently be making statements to the public.
Here's what I know, there were 4 people in that car when it left the club. 3 of them returned, 1 was found w/ a bullet to the head. Somebody's got a story to tell; if there is a coverup, they won't be able to keep the story straight b/w 3 people.
Talking to the police in this sort of situation can do nothing but hurt him, whether he's guilty or not. The police are looking to use any statements made to mine for lies, ANY inconsistency etc. He could think he's being completely honest and forthright and still screw himself badly.
He should lawyer up, keep quiet, and see what happens.
Making public statements is a horrible idea as well.