Here's the thing.
Police caught the murderer. Who confessed to the murder.
Patsy Ramsey died two months ago. She died not knowing who killed her daughter. She died living under a continuing burden of presumption of guilt. A burden her husband John continued to live under.
In America, our legal system has a presumption of innocence. Do you know why that is? It's because it's too damn easy to be wrong. The legal test has to be "proven beyond a reasonable doubt."
I just wish that socially we could all live up to that same standard. Can you imagine dealing with the horror and grief of your child being murdered and having to spend all your time rebutting people who don't know the first thing about the case assuming you did it?
But hey, it sold a lot of tabloids, right?
And isn't that the American Way?