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TheWraith

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4. Premeditation would be hard to prove in this case.
Wed Mar 28, 2012, 10:36 PM
Mar 2012

It wouldn't be enough to prove that he followed Martin, it would have to be proven that he followed with definite intent to kill. It's possible, but premeditation is usually hard to prove when the killer and victim didn't know each other.

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