And, yeah, under those canopies of trees, that camp would have been pitch dark at night... which causes me wonder if there was some sort of an outdoor light on permanent buildings such as the staff house.
But you know, even if the staff house did have a light, it would still be very dark within the units.
Authorities said the blood evidence indicated that two victims were killed in the tent, and I see no reason to question that, but I'm not sure that the third victim was assaulted and/or murdered at the discovery site.
For the reason you pointed out, it makes no sense.
What you've suggested....that the perp intended to watch as events unfolded, has crossed my mind. That's actually a very interesting theory to contemplate.
You know, I've experienced info overload, and I'm still trying to process what I've learned so far.
I don't know how a person could comply, or find themselves as an accessory in any horrific crime, but I know they have, and because I know so little of the evidence, I can't discount that it was a possibility in this case. At the same time, I do think one person could have done it.
Edited by regi, 27 September 2012 - 08:59 PM.