1. Buse
  2. Sherlock Holmes
  3. Discuss the Case
  4. Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Fellow sleuth hobbiests,

I am writing about my real-life take on the real-life Sydney Loofe killing and I cannot help but
believe that Boswell and Trail are innocent. There has been absolutely no corroborating
evidence to support Trail's weak confession, and from a psychological perspective it appears
he is misguidedly trying to protect Boswell by claiming that she was passed out and trying
to give her the "out" of just helping dispose of the body to excuse any DNA evidence he
thinks might link her to the crime. He's trying to be chivalrous, imho. He has been led to
believe that Boswell was involved, probably via police questioning.

If they indeed dismembered her body there would be blood evidence everywhere. These
are not professionals with stainless steel sinks, bone saws, etc. There has been no video
of them carrying off bags, etc. And, they would have had to have known there would be
an internet "paper trail" linking them to Loofe. They used their phones and internet messaging.
Hardly the thing that a pre-meditated murderer would do.

I am writing to you because I am in no position to help them. I live outside the country, am
poor, etc. But this is eating away at me. I fear the D.A. and police are in a rush to judgement
and purposefully forcing through the case against them, maybe for fun and profit.

It has been over a year, and this lack of a speedy trial appears to be to coerce Boswell in to
saying she was passed out and doesn't remember so as to corroborate Trail's supposed
confession. Just from the psychology involved they are clearly innocent, let alone the lack
of evidence. The confession is faked by Trail to protect his love interest, and weak and
no supporting evidence he did it.

Matt Buse
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