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Kevin Weismore, the evil ginger who confessed to killing TJ Allen in Connecticut, was arraigned Tuesday.
But while the courts were doing their thing, like slapping him with a $1 million dollar bail, the Turtleboy message box got a tip that the entire defense of the accused murderer was a load of crap. Shocker. Like we didn’t call this one. This just goes to prove our theory that the Chucky lookalike planned to rob TJ of his $500 and things went south.
If you’ve been following the case you remember that Kevin confessed the murder to his sister and his boy David Howard. David, who is mentioned in the affidavit HERE, said that he helped Kevin get rid of TJ’s dirt bike by pushing it in to a local pond. David and the sister knew that TJ was dead the entire time the community was searching for him and never said anything to police.
However, Turtleboy obtained a damning Snapchat conversation, of a group of teens who are friends with David Howard’s younger brother Nathan, that says it’s a lie. Remember, Kevin was pretty much living on the Howard couch while the whole the community searched for victim. David knew TJ was dead when he help conceal the evidence and never went to police.
You mean like finding out that the dude couch-surfing in your living room killed a dude in cold blood, told your brother about it, and then your brother helped hide the evidence? That?
It’s not a thing, kid. It’s murder.
Nathan then tosses his bother under the bus by saying he knew he helped cover it up. Not just kicked some leaves over TJ’a dirt bike. Physically had to pick the thing up, put the rear seats back, and haul it to a vacant pond. Is there something in the water in Connecticut? How is this so casual? He didn’t “help” with evidence. Helping means that you did something useful. What your dipwad brother did was an accomplice after the fact.
So David wasn’t afraid of Kevin. There goes any chance of David can use about being intimidated.
Nathan says here that it wasnt self-defense. This leaves us to imply that David told his family the truth, it was a premeditated robbery gone bad, and the whole story about self-defense is bullocks.
“Just tried making it better…” Can you please explain to me how you make covering up a murder “better?” I know we are talking about kids talking in Snapchat here, but the lack of severity is really insane.
I don’t think he does. Look, I get that it’s your brother but nice kids don’t end up helping a murderer get rid of evidence. They go to the police. It’s not a spur of the moment crisis of morality when it comes down to something this serious. You either do the right thing and you’re a good kid or you do the wrong thing and you’re a lurch. That’s it. Black and white. A good kid’s Jiminy Cricket wouldn’t have allowed him to play it cool for nineteen days as a family begged for answers. A good kid wouldn’t let a cold blooded murderer sleep on the couch with your family in adjoining rooms. Just saying.
It should be interesting to see what the defense has to say about this one…