Update on the Murder in Manchester story:
Jeremy Winslow is going to jail. It hasn’t been confirmed yet what he’s been arrested for but it’s gotta be one of two things:
- He violated the restraining order the victim’s family took out on him.
- They got something on him to tie him to the killing.
I like FACKS, but speculation is fair game as long as you make it clear that it’s speculation. And with this it’s a real tossup. He’s dumb enough to violate a restraining order, since he once did it immediately after being released from jail on a domestic violence charge. But as a random person on Facebook pointed out……
Could he have been drunk? Well, he was at a bar. Could he have started a fight he couldn’t finish? Well, he is a meathead with a propensity for violence. Could he have tried to run one of the biker gang chuds over? Certainly. Was he a former member or did he have previous established beef with them? To be determined. Did his decisions that night directly lead to the death of an innocent woman? That’s undeniable at this point. Is this grounds for a manslaughter charge? Seems like a stretch. I just find it very hard to believe that Justin Moura shot at his Jeep while Jeremy was innocently trying to flee. Why would he do that? If he wanted to kill Jeremy why not drop him right there? Why wait until Jeremy was driving away? Doesn’t make any sense.
Stay tuned because this story just keeps getting crazier.
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