Why do the guilty always seem to use the same excused and MO? A tale of two murders … what a difference a country makes and a judicial system.
After all his crocodile tears while on the witness stand, ex-cop Bobby Cutts Jr. was found guilty today in the murder of his pregnant girl friend Jessie Marie Davis and their unborn baby Chloe. Doesn’t the testimony of murderer Bobby Cutts sound familiar to another individuals with the initials of J.V.D.S? Cutts also claimed that he tried to save Jessie Davis, yet some how managed not to call 911 or for medical help. Joran Van der Sloot made an all to similar comment after he claimed Natalee Holloway started convulsions, that he could not believe this was happening to him as well.
He said he recalled thinking, “No way this is happening, this is not happening.”
Defense attorney Fernando Mack asked why he didn’t call police.
“How do you explain that?” he said raising his voice. “I just wanted to go get my son. I didn’t want anybody to get hurt.” (CBS News)
The jury managed to see through Cutt’s lies and the fact that he provided no medical help for Jessie Davis after he harmed her. Joran Van der Sloot’s actions with Natalee Holloway follows the exact same MO. However, for some reason in the United States a jury finds the criminal and killer guilty … in Aruba, a 3 judge panel from Curacao manage to make a 180 degree opposite decision to not even arrest a suspect for questioning.
The jury of six men and six women reached the verdict after more than 21 hours of deliberations.
Jurors found Cutts guilty of aggravated murder for the unlawful termination of Davis’ pregnancy and the aggravated murder of a child under the age of 13.
But the jury found him guilty of a lesser murder count in the death of Davis.
Davis was nine months pregnant when she disappeared. She had chosen the name Chloe for her daughter.
Jurors found that baby Chloe was killed during the commission of another crime, making Cutts eligible for the death penalty. (CNN)