Not suspicious it's a homicide

Sometimes I understand why the police want to make details of a death unclear. They want to catch up any potential suspects who may identify the manner that a person was killed that was not known publicly and could perhaps only be known by the murderer.

However, it strikes me as ridiculous and unproductive in a case like this where a seemingly respectable male in good health at the age of 32 is found dead at 2 a.m. on a busy intersection with blood all over the place.

What possible benefit is there to pretending this is anything but a homicide?

Don Jensen

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