Big red rug at the front door and other things not looking good for her, need a motive.
Am I understanding that affidavit wasn't in her own hand and wasn't made on the scene?
She had 72 hours to check out the saturated media to get her story optimally spun.... smells bad.
Wow, yall need to listen to this whole thing EJay posted
They really need to photo-video document the drive to both levels as well as the walk to both doors including the red rug before things change, if they haven't already.
These units are tiny. You come into the door and theirs a small bath on one side and a mechanical room/closet on the left. This makes a hallway that opens into a single room efficiency appartment. Perhaps he "came out of the bathroom" in which case he'd be very close, but otherwise, he didn't come from anywhere.
I'm surprised nobody from the public there hasn't done it already.
The knock on the door and "let me in.... yadda yadda" right before shots were fired is smelling worse.
If he met her at the door to let her in.... ewwwwww.
Regarding the affidavit, I would have sworn I read somewhere she had made a statement and I do wonder if she made one in her own hand on the scene.
Surely she did before being released from the scene without being arrested.
Living in a micro-apartment may or may not speak to how she had 30 g's on hand to bond out.
She may have been making bank and fervently saving, unlike typical Americans.
There are also already videos out which show what it looks like, courtesy of the media so there is no point in altering things in an attempt to fulfill whatever conspiracy you seem to see in all this.
Her bail was 300,000 and so that would mean she'd need 30K and maybe change to get out.
Who knows, she may be like a gal or two I know that any number of bondsmen would spring with no cash required and in an instant, put in an apartment or so, and maybe for no particular reason at all.
It all stinks of BS.
There are a variety of ways to raise money for bail. She did not necessarily need to have $30k in the bank for it. But even if she did, so what? I think you are making too much out of that. At her age I was able to come up with over $30k I needed for medical treatment. Not all 30 year-old are broke and living paycheck to paycheck.
Focus on what she did at the time of the shooting and what led up to that. Even if I take her story at face value I still think a manslaughter charge is appropriate. And she could end up owing a ton of money to the estate or family of the victim.