>>13264772>It’s obvious as fuck he’s trying to pretend he’s insane and failing at it.
No it isn't.
If an innocent person acted the same way you'd think he was completely insane.
It's only "obvious" to you because you know he's guilty and you expect a guilty person to act that way so when you see it you think it validates your belief. That is called confirmation bias. The interviewer is also a career criminal psychologist and knew he was guilty psychopath piece of shit. He was trying to coax him into saying things to make him sound like he was faking it.
The kid lied his ass off in the interview too BTW. He constantly killed all sorts of animals and chopped them up and saved their body parts as trophies, he even gave a bird's head to a girl in his school as a gift or something and she freaked out. In the interview he only said he shot a few birds sometimes but his pellet gun broke. He also mentioned "the demons" to his brother on numerous occasions too but it's unclear if he ever referred to them as voices. An actual psychologist looking for the truth would have asked if he talked about the voices to anyone before but the biased criminal psychologist stayed far away from that topic because he knew it would be evidence used as validation of a mental illness. That will be discussed in court for sure during cross-examination.
I don't care if he gets the needle or rots in prison. It would be cheaper to keep him alive for the rest of his natural life and staying in a windowless box would be pure torture.