Sean Taylor Doubters Proved Wrong?

Sean Taylor Arrests

Four arrests were made in the Sean Taylor murder case Friday. That is a good thing, especially compared to the Darrent Williams case which is 11 months old and still unsolved in Denver. The police say they have at least one confession from the suspects, and potentially more to come. New information has come out, including the fact that two of the arrested men had ties to Taylor — one did household chores at the house, and the other had a relative dating Taylor’s sister. I still have a few issues here.

One of the main points the police department is making is that the suspects were strictly looking to rob Taylor, unaware Sean was even in the home. This is important because it separates the degree of murder for which they will be tried. Secondly, the police are still trying to figure out whether or not this incident was related to the break-in the previous week at Taylor’s home. It’s quite obvious that the suspects wouldn’t admit to either of the charges and make themselves look worse (no matter how dumb they are).

So if the information that was revealed late on Friday holds true, does that mean the people who blamed the death on Taylor’s sketchy past are wrong? It sure looks that way, though I won’t jump to any conclusions. Also, the four men are relatively young and do not have extensive, nor serious crimes on their records.  Connecting those dots, it seems quite possible that they were just there for money. I’m still left wondering though, who the heck left that knife behind?  How are the two not related?

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  • http://pointguardu.com NICK

    i don’t really care what the cops says about what their motivation is or was, Someone died during their Crime. High Profile case means that a young and upcoming Assistant DA is gonna want to make an example of these not so fine upstanding young men. I mean if you want to kill someone there are 2 states in this country that you don’t want to do that (1 being Texas the other being Florida) because of their willingness to use the death penalty (which if you haven’t already figured out i am in total favor of in this case).

  • SpinMax

    The guy who went in there wielding a gun is gonna get life at minimum. No way he gets a light sentence, premeditated or not. Once you load that gun and intend to use it, you cross about every line.

    The other guys…despite their ratting the triggerman out, they should still go down hard because they knowingly committed a criminal act alongside the murderer.

  • http://pointguardu.com NICK

    Someone Died in the act of a felony, in this case the felony being armed robbery, makes this a capital case in my opinion