Does that improve the quality of the advice then? Since he was speaking from experience?
I wonder what kind of tips he gave
He bethed womans killer?
Someone explain the "bethe" comments pls
What’s the problem with some advice from an expert with hands on experience in his field?
Whether his advice can be trusted lies on "Is that woman the only person he wanted dead?"
Off to Google and YouTube for the documentary
Coincidentally, two days later, while covering the investigation of the murder, a reporter with KCST-TV interviewed Officer Peyer during a ride-along segment about self-protection for female drivers. At the time of the interview, Peyer had scratches on his face which, as details of the case unfolded, were thought to have been inflicted by Knott during the struggle with him. He tried to explain they were caused when he fell against a fence in the CHP parking lot but the fence was found to be too high to have caused the scratches on Peyer's face. Moreover, within about the hour of when the murder was thought to have occurred witnesses at a gas station saw a disheveled Peyer drive in at high speed. One of them, an off-duty San Diego police officer, reported seeing the scratch marks an hour before Peyer claimed he got them.
Well, he need to do a test if it work or not