You've got fists; we've got guns.
Mike Tyson was provoked and verbally and physically attacked. His actions were justifiable.
Although they were united in their defense, there were occasions when their strong and unwavering personalities clashed, ... The prospect of the death penalty in California apparently cased the schism between the mother and son.
The only acceptable resolution in the case would be a complete dismissal.
He should not be held responsible for the acts of his co-defendant at all.
He's in physical pain, he's in emotional pain. He recognizes the tragedy here, but he's not responsible for it.
He didn't shoot a gun. He didn't even have a gun.
The brother is doing everything possible to get control of the estate and knock Diane Wells out.
This case is about a selfish man - her son - who has manipulated his mother and used her as a pawn to satisfy his insatiable need for money.