Viewers regularly ask why people talk to the police after being explicitly informed that their statements will be used against them. One answer that is rarely mentioned – probably because of its relative rarity – is that some people don’t.
This is an example of a nearly-unicorn interrogation.
Notably, the heart of Perry’s trial was spent trying to suppress the brief statement he provided, in which he demonstrated knowledge of an incident at Subway before anyone else had mentioned the store. Combine that with the video, and self-incrimination can be accomplished in remarkably few words.
Perry was ultimately sentenced to nine months in jail followed by one year probation and restitution in the amount of $549.99. The victim required jaw surgery.
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