Chick-Fil-A during the day and while he was this impaired he somehow was to conduct this murder of her husband. Would it be plausible to hire someone that impaired to murder someone? White supposedly remembered Betty’s flowered pair of shoes she purchased, the color of the bag in her car (which he was proven not to be in), and what type of car she drove. Yet he could not construct the times properly and couldn’t recall the weapon used in the murder. Given the nature ofhis intoxication combined with his psychological impairment. It is more than likely White does notremember anything about the day of the murder or what took place. Even if he recalls certain things it is probable that he is not forthcoming of that information such as accomplices, murder weapon(s), and reasoning of being at the location of the crime.Why would it have taken so long to regard what James White was wearing at the time of the crime and how come his clothing was never seized until his sudden “remembrance”?James White was apparently sitting in his cell when he suddenly “remembered” what he was wearing and where the location of the things he had placed after the crime scene. White had two months in his cell to remember any of this. Also, all the evidence that was tested came back negative or “was not determined to be bloodstained.” Both the knife and the clothes found had managed to stay intact in the woods outside of Betty’s house unbothered by weather or wild animals for the duration of the time waiting. A more reasonable explanation would be that White spoke with someone from the jail phone and organized a way to plant “evidence” for the police to find and therefore was suddenly able to remember the outfit he wore. 43
As a nurse, why would Betty go the extra step in a kill for hire when she would have been able to murder her husband in a more medically associated way?Betty Wilson worked as a nurse for patients on kidney dialysis. It was clear she had medical knowledge and knew her way around the field. There were no records of her ever being fired or disciplined for medical mishaps or misbehavior (goes to her character) on patients. Given the state’s theory that she wanted her husband dead and paid White to do it brings up a huge question of reasonable doubt. Why would she hire of all people, James White, instead of trying to kill her husband in a more medically untraceable way? Dr. Wilson suffered from Crohn’s Disease and was very ill. Had she been a greedy person, why would she have White shoot him when, sadly to say for him, it was a matter of time. Why would she go through all that trouble and have her husband murdered by someone else?What the hell happened to the ski mask in the confession?