Hockeynut! wrote:I guess I'm in the minority but I believe him. Both were likely drunk out of their minds. Drunk people are stupid, dangerous and often cause others to die through their carelessness. He's to blame but I also don't think he picked her up and threw her out the window.
It would appear she had to be drunk too because nobody drinks beer and wine. The empty wine bottles were most likely hers (I'll wait until the toxicology report from the forensic scientist is published to be certain). He could have emptied a few bottles and strewn them about the floor to confirm his story.
What was the temperature in Harrisburgh that night? I would guess it was very cold out. No young lady is going out on a balcony wearing nothing but her panties and a sweater. If so, she would have had to be wasted to the point where she could barely walk. So letting her go near that balcony in that state is a crime all its own.
Fast forward to her being "lowered" to the next balcony- which im sure is evenly parallel to each successive balcony or else she couldnt have fallen all the way- why would you hold her under the arms if she is wearing a sweater?? I smart classy girl like that wouldnt strut outside on a balcony with a skin tight sweater on, she would have been wearing a big baggy one to cover her panties over. So he lowered her from under her arms with a big baggy sweater on?
If your lowering someone your going to have a hard time getting a grip under the arms with a baggy sweater on!
I suspect foul play but there are alot of facts that have yet to be published. Right now I dont think that guy should be considered innocent at all. Alchohol or not foul play is afoot and I am going to follow this story until justice is served!