What A 15 Year Old Mass Killer Looks Like

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Emocat Gaming
Emocat Gaming Aylar önce
Let’s all take a moment to praise that one kid, Alex, for confessing vital details about the case. We know it took him a while to understand the weight and magnitude of what his friend had done- and he made the right decision in the end.
Darien Richardson
Darien Richardson Gün önce
@Shxdow ... they didn't. "Strait" is a water channel. "Straight" is correct, or in-line. It's sad that you doubled down on wrongness. Education systems really do be shit these days.
Arran McEvoy
Arran McEvoy 3 gün önce
@Destroyerru Just sounds like an excuse to do nothing, perhaps we can overcome time itself, I've said it once ill say it a thousand times, perhaps we really are the first intelligent life, perhaps we are the ones to set the rules of the cosmos, the ball is in our court, so what if the voids inevitable?? I'd still rather fight for every fragment of light than go gently into the dark.
Arran McEvoy
Arran McEvoy 3 gün önce
@Destroyerru Yeah but were gonna get lit af till then
Arran McEvoy
Arran McEvoy 3 gün önce
@Destroyerru Never is categorically false, if we can prevent the death of our planet, we project to be around for millions more years, think of the progress of a few thousand years of recorded history and look at how we are progressing exponentially, the potential is there we just need to overcome the burden of our animal roots, humans seem to think life has to be this free for all but genuinely what stops all from working together?? A couple language barriers some greed laziness and a few A holes, nothing a little time and education can't solve if you ask me!
Destroyerru
Destroyerru 3 gün önce
​@Arran McEvoy There is always an interested party or side. When I hear people say good/evil/right/wrong, I ask: for whom? What is right to one - wrong to other. Same with good and evil. What is life to one is death to another. Therefore there will never be working universal consitution.
caroline
caroline 8 gün önce
i’ve come to the conclusion that if i’m ever in an interrogation i’m immediately getting blamed because i have anxiety and half of their body language is just how i act 😭
Parker Russell
Parker Russell 12 saatler önce
Lawyer up and don’t say a word
Alicia
Alicia Gün önce
Yes especially shaking my legs that is something I have done my entire life 😭
Tigerlily Pritchard
Tigerlily Pritchard Gün önce
Oh yeh, I'm getting the chair 🤣
tpurvis89
tpurvis89 2 gün önce
thats why you ALWAYS say I WANT A LAWYER before answering anything...innocent or not
cassnick
cassnick 3 gün önce
Saaaaame 😂
Derpman the First
Derpman the First 11 gün önce
I feel bad for the other kids, especially Taylor. They looked so confused and nervous. They never thought their friend was actually a murderer.
LJ
LJ 4 gün önce
His friends knew he was not there when he was supposed to be, going home picking up the car would have taken only awhile. They were going to go for a ride.
Texas Funeral
Texas Funeral 7 gün önce
@BloodyNeptune now you should be on trial for killing me with that last part of your comment 😆
Efeildan Franco
Efeildan Franco 8 gün önce
Also, the officer was unnecessarily aggressive towards him. He was cooperating, that threat was too much.
Chris Yarusso
Chris Yarusso 8 gün önce
Poor Taylor man
Jason Price
Jason Price 9 gün önce
💀@BloodyNeptune
Gee
Gee 12 gün önce
I won’t lie, my heart breaks for his little friends. They’re only kids, and to go through and see something like that. No one should experience this.
Peeps and MooMoo
Peeps and MooMoo 2 gün önce
@Ruby Wolfgram "least involved"? None of them were involved in any way. It's just that one of them was trying to defend his friend which is completely normal.
Deborah Allen
Deborah Allen 5 gün önce
@Xinping Donohoe And they're getting younger everytime like the 6 year old that shot his teacher, It's hard to swallow.
Cara Stone
Cara Stone 5 gün önce
@Gany Meade his friends are victims too
m
m 7 gün önce
@Xinping Donohoe the fuck are you even trying to say
Xinping Donohoe
Xinping Donohoe 8 gün önce
Either they're all kids or they're not kids. Doesn't change the fact that one of them is a crazed killer.
Joe King
Joe King 13 gün önce
It’s scary how composed this kid is. It’s also super creepy how he keeps referring to his family as if they’re still alive.
vergebung777
vergebung777 6 saatler önce
@Stephen B. well, if my future ex-husband died, I would remain calm and composed, because his death wouldn't bother me at all. It depends on your relationship with the deceased ones !
Conner Lewis
Conner Lewis Gün önce
He didn’t he used the word had
DieInFire2
DieInFire2 Gün önce
But the detective was also referring to the father the same “he’s a lawyer isn’t it?” Talking in present tense.
Nicholas Nicholson
Nicholas Nicholson Gün önce
Well he did seem to have some sort of dissociative disorder, and was verbally and physically abused. Plus he was 15 almost 16 when he committed the crime, so not exactly the best of circumstances, not to defend his actions, but it's understandable not justifiable.
Meg W
Meg W 4 gün önce
Actually if you go back and listen to the very beginning of the interview where he's giving factual information about his family you'll hear him composedly tell the detective that his brothers "went" to such and such school. I mean, it's not even 24 hours since your whole family is shot dead and you've already picked out the proper verb tense to use? "They're gone, got it." I was like--woahh!
Toe to Tip That's a Bart
Toe to Tip That's a Bart Aylar önce
I really appreciate this channel’s willingness so criticize the interrogators. A lot of the time it ends up being police-worship, but you don’t shy away from saying that something like “he shouldn’t be threatening a child with life in prison for lying”.
Vanessa Bowman
Vanessa Bowman 12 gün önce
@Artie Borko 🤣🤣🤣👍
Caroline Owora
Caroline Owora 13 gün önce
😢🎉 1:20:53 😮😮😮
Amanda Pate
Amanda Pate 14 gün önce
@Toe to Tip I love law enforcement they aren't perfect but bet your ass I'd rather be around them than you or any other stupid fucking civilian
Alexandra B.
Alexandra B. 15 gün önce
Yes, "poor" boy.
S T
S T 16 gün önce
@Ceji no he wasn't
Ellie Breedlove
Ellie Breedlove 11 gün önce
The fact that he asked his baby brothers who trusted him..to leave the door unlocked so he could come in and kill them later...is fucking horrible. Those kids handed over their lives without knowing :( How. Just how..
priya kez
priya kez 5 gün önce
i know right….. literally that part gets me so much like i havw abusive parents and i wouodnt murder them i would (and have) run away before that but even still hypothetically i would never ever ever be able to harm my sister
Trey Best
Trey Best 15 gün önce
Imagine being one of those 3 friends where you find out one of your best friends left you and went and murders his whole family and came back and went to the mall with you after and hung out for hours until you went to his house and saw the bodies. That’s a fucked up thing to happen at 15 years old.
le th
le th 21 saatler önce
It's an f'ed up thing to happen to anyone of any age, but especially a kid whose brain is still developing. It fucks adults up almost as badly when this happens. Trauma is NOT kind to the human brain.
Gregory Krumm
Gregory Krumm 3 gün önce
I think that's why they don't seem to think Nick was involved until the questions start getting more specific
Jay Garit
Jay Garit 4 gün önce
@Michael Weenus to ''YOU''. If you read TRshow comments a lot, you too will find many grammar mistakes in the comments; seriously, more than any place, IMO.
Jay Garit
Jay Garit 4 gün önce
Why did you use "nurseries" as a verb in that sentence?
Becksnnc
Becksnnc 6 gün önce
How does this comment have so many likes? It's barely intelligible lol
Cec9e13
Cec9e13 18 gün önce
I appreciate you continually mentioning that different people process differently. He COULD be in shock. He COULD be putting everything on the back burner to just deal with what's right in front of him. He COULD have not really taken in what happened yet.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
@im Susanov You are 100% on this. Most cops don't care about getting the right person, just getting a person. Many will make the evidence fit the person not go after the person the evidence points to. It's the same with DAs. They don't care about getting the right person, just worried about getting a conviction. The more convictions the more their career advances. Cops AND DAs have been caught destroying evidence, altering evidence, not showing evidence to the defence, even and especially evidence that proves the person they are prosecuting is innocent. This is why the SECOND you get called in to the police station for questioning, even if you're a witness, you ask for a lawyer. "why do you want a lawyer, only guilty people need a lawyer"? I want a lawyer because you guys don't care about getting the RIGHT person, you just want to close the case. Specially in the US where the state will provide one free. Up here in Canada you have to apply for legal aid, it's not automatic. He might get legal aid as the family assets will be frozen and he doesn't have any money of his own.
S Maz
S Maz 4 gün önce
@goose183 I'm Canadian but my father's family is British and this is extremely true of their entire family. I'd also argue much of Canada has this cultural precedent as we are a British colony.
Sl1pg8z
Sl1pg8z 4 gün önce
@goose183 I agree I am British but if I had found my mother and brothers dead that day and they was accusing me I would be so angry at them..but I also have three sons with attachment social disorder, social services gave me them after some years of emotional abuse.. my eldest is able to not react like me and can emotionally disconnect himself from things to the point he can seem very cold..to me this is an interesting case at the start despite his cold demeanor I wasn't sure.
Michelle Clark
Michelle Clark 6 gün önce
Or he COULD be a psychopath with no actual empathy or conscience.
Shango21
Shango21 8 gün önce
@goose183 I agree with you Goose. I'm french & african. Africans people are so used to death that they are not always crying, especially men because we are taught to not show emotion and to man up in every situation possible. It's a cultural trait that could be find in a lot of place in the south of the sahara !
ABCLyrical
ABCLyrical 21 gün önce
He must have killed his brothers while they were awake pretending to be asleep. A .45 certainly woke someone up at some point. Especially the 2nd brother who was shot while sleeping next to the 1st. This is such a tragedy. Great coverage and such an in-depth breakdown. Thank you for this video.
Josh D
Josh D Gün önce
The second brother to be shot, was shot twice and had a gun shot wound to his hand where one of the bullets grazed his hand as he covered his face. So no, they didn't sleep through it.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
@Mandy Ruscin Never mind a child, but in the case of the brothers, it could have been bang bang one two in less than a second so they didn't have time to react. Hopefully they never woke up. I posted above "how could they not wake up when he shot the father downstairs" but if he was a successful lawyer, he probably had a nice house and they are well insulated. I've worked on some high end new builds and we insulated the interior bedroom walls so it's entirely possible they didn't hear the shots. Not to mention we have SO many movies with gunshots, we get used to it.
Pickle Cage
Pickle Cage 5 gün önce
@PeaceAndLove USA he said absolutely nothing offensive to you.
Pickle Cage
Pickle Cage 5 gün önce
@PeaceAndLove USA my kid slept through any noice, no matter how load.
Corvaric
Corvaric 6 gün önce
@PeaceAndLove USA Can you refer to me an article about the children rubbing blood on themselves to pretend to have been shot? Seems interesting.
double d
double d Aylar önce
I'm only about 3/4 the way through and so far this kid is holding up better than most hardened criminals twice his age .
jake
jake 11 saatler önce
@Carl Holland i do agree that he could in some way (this happens to a lot of people) have been innocent bc a lot of people will feel shock for hours or days after but are often convicted bc they "seem too calm"
Anncii
Anncii 22 saatler önce
He probably wants his freedom
Cher
Cher 3 gün önce
Yeah
0002pA
0002pA 4 gün önce
@YWNBAW Takes one to know one, huh?
LJ
LJ 4 gün önce
@Christiaan Vorster I don't agree.
2708dragon
2708dragon 9 gün önce
Regardless of obvious guilt I'm astounded that Legal Counsel isn't automatically given to fifteen year old.
Tone
Tone 2 gün önce
@Stevie Mack your comment is hard to read.
Sofia Johansson
Sofia Johansson 3 gün önce
You haven't seen Netflix "Making a murderer"?
Stevie Mack
Stevie Mack 4 gün önce
During the interrogation they said that the grandparents and aunts and uncles didn't even know yet that he had done this or was even been arrested for what I didn't understand how they could interrogate and underage child without family representing and I thought that was totally against the loss and then they constantly tell him and really intended he done this I felt they made him think something that he didn't do it admit to something he didn't do until the end of the interrogation when he knew where the weapon was hidden so anyhow a child who is underage especially 15 had his family notified proper representation and had his grandparents or aunts and uncles immediately notified
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
I know right? I'm surprised at that as well. I know some states require that a lawyer or guardian be present. I tell you, with the "evidence" the cop says he has, it's all circumstantial. Without the confession, I bet he would have gotten off and a lawyer would 100% have prevented that confession.
BloodyNeptune
BloodyNeptune 9 gün önce
The first thing struck me was that the other boys were clearly trying to remember what happened (that one boy looked like he was ready to have a panic attack when he couldn't remember the name of the movie they watched), Nick sounded like he was rambling off a memorized schedule. I couldn't casually tell you what I did _today_ that quickly and detailed, forget if I was a teenager being questioned about a mass murder
Ninja Turtle
Ninja Turtle 20 gün önce
The way they interrogate the kid, I would have broke down even if I didn't do it.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
@Quentin Clemens I just googled it and 1 out of 20 people in jail are innocent. There are people exonerated every month it seems after spending 20 years or more in jail for a crime they didn't commit. That's why if you ever get called in, even as a witness, you ask for a lawyer.
Random Nobody
Random Nobody 6 gün önce
Well that means you're still a sane person
Zane Willavize
Zane Willavize 7 gün önce
@PA Brennan they have to be or else be could have easily gotten their badge taken away.
Breezy Badger
Breezy Badger 7 gün önce
That's why the Reid technique is now considered misconduct and a good defense lawyer will get a case thrown out if it is discovered that it was applied during an interrogation. Too many false confessions have been given by innocent people subjected to the Reid technique.
PA Brennan
PA Brennan 9 gün önce
Police did well & were very civil.
Joseph Mckenna
Joseph Mckenna 12 gün önce
Have you ever been in a police interrogation room? Believe me, they go out of their way to try and give you anxiety, so they can say "see, you must be guilty if you're that anxious"
Raymond Clifford
Raymond Clifford 2 gün önce
And that stupid MIRROR???
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
They also go "why do you want a lawyer? you must be guilty if you ask for a lawyer". Cops don't care about getting the right person, they care about getting ANYONE...
Dan Capone
Dan Capone 6 gün önce
That's why you never talk to the cops. I'm under the impression some people think that asking for an attorney outright will make them look more suspicious, but that's totally irrelevant. By not doing it you're just making the police work easier and your life harder as a result. Also I like to watch these videos to see how broken the American system is, as in most countries you wouldn't be able to interrogate a minor without legal representation.
m
m 7 gün önce
interrogations are literally optional
NeonMusic
NeonMusic Aylar önce
Never mind all the interrogation techniques, Nick is acting way too casual for someone who’s entire family was just killed.
intelligent frog
intelligent frog Saatler önce
THATS WHAT IM SAYINN
Melody Blanchard
Melody Blanchard 2 gün önce
narcissistic to the extreme
Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin 3 gün önce
@NineTailsFox Kyuubi weirdo
m
m 7 gün önce
@Aryan Malhotra it has nothing to do with toughness. you have no clue why that person has no love for their father, so you shouldnt guess. ignorant af
m
m 7 gün önce
@Outdoors&Cars not everyone has good parents nor does everyone love their parents. there's nothing wrong with that
Stumpen
Stumpen 10 gün önce
Just look at how calm he is. No sadness. No trauma. Just calm. I'm stoic in many ways, but even I shed tears for the dead. And if I found my family murdered like that I'd be sad, rageful, traumatized and wanting answers. I'd become an investigator and do all I could to help them find the monster(s).
K
K 9 gün önce
They'd probably also kill you tho
PeaceAndLove USA
PeaceAndLove USA 10 gün önce
I've experienced plenty of death of loved ones in my life, and I will say I have had many different initial reactions. One I raged and started throwing everything in my apartment and beating my fist into the refrigerator door before curling into a ball and crying my eyes out. One I just thought, "That's a shame" and went about my day, but when I was watching the video presentation at his funeral I started silently but heavily crying to the point everything faded out around me. Another I literally held their hand as they died then casually said to my ride, "Okay, I'm ready to go home." Went home and ordered some dinner, gamed with some friends then went to bed and slept no different than I would any other day. Rinse wash and repeat the next day, and the day after that. Short of when I was drunk enough to get angry about people telling me I should "feel something" about the lose, you wouldn't know it happened at all. So, no, it was not telling how calm he was. He could have very easily been innocent and behaved the exact same way. In fact, one very important question they did not bother asking anyone was "what was his reaction to seeing the bodies?" Considering how people react to detectives questions tells them so much about what is really going on, you would think that would be high on the list of questions to ask the other boys and the adult that was with them. Was he big chillin' at the time like he is now? Or is he keeping his composure because he needs to focus on the serious matter at hand? Is he always this visually detached from emotion, or is he normally all smiles like he is when posing for photos? They were basing so much on how he was behaving, but that assumes you know how they normally behave under high-stress, high-emotion situations. There isn't a right or wrong way to experience grief, and certainly not a guilty or innocent way.
Kevin Hulvey
Kevin Hulvey 10 gün önce
I grew up pretty close to these kids, and their lives and the activities they were doing (apart from murder of course) draws a lot of parallels to my upbringing. I remember hearing about this and just thinking it was insane that it happened so close to where I grew up as it's a really nice area. Scary how fragile life is. You never know what might happen
Kevin Hulvey
Kevin Hulvey 3 gün önce
@Aaron Turner Yea that one was brutal because of the way they treated the body too. Sick folks. Couldn't imagine being at the scene
Aaron Turner
Aaron Turner 3 gün önce
Did you watch the other ones where the brother and sister and step Dad killed the sisters ex boyfriend Seth also on this same TRshow channel......that was wild story because 2 adults were involved with also 15 year old I think.
Texas Funeral
Texas Funeral 7 gün önce
@Kevin Hulvey 😆😆 not after a whole hour of incriminating yourself either
Kevin Hulvey
Kevin Hulvey 7 gün önce
@Texas Funeral My dude, you bet imma lawyer up!!
Texas Funeral
Texas Funeral 7 gün önce
@Kevin Hulvey you helped Nick kill his family. I just seen a video where the killer comments on a killing happening close to where he lives. Dead giveaway buster. Your done lol
Kaela Belle
Kaela Belle 19 gün önce
It's so annoying watching him lie. I have no idea how the detectives remained so patient.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
Did you find it annoying that the detective lied as well? Now imagine if the kid was innocent. We get to see the cases we KNOW the outcome, but imagine if that kid was truly innocent. That's why 1 out of 20 people in prison are innocent.
yayoink dab
yayoink dab 7 gün önce
They have to
Kathie Drake
Kathie Drake 7 gün önce
It's his job.
Texas Funeral
Texas Funeral 7 gün önce
They know this footage gets aired so cya
Rigor Mortis
Rigor Mortis 10 gün önce
They've been doing this for a long time
stefani b.
stefani b. 8 gün önce
I can't help to feel empathetic watching this and seeing a scared 15 year old kid. I have to remind myself that he killed his entire family, including his little brothers. It's such a horrific crime it's sad to think that a young teen was behind it
Xxx_EDITS
Xxx_EDITS Aylar önce
I honestly feel bad for Taylor he seemed like such a innocent kid hope him Alex and Ryan are all okay now in 2022
LJ
LJ 4 gün önce
@kiora james and two younger brothers.
Mellz Beezy
Mellz Beezy 5 gün önce
@ED sure thing next time u see a comment I post on a video n u don’t agree with it keep scrolling and don’t say a word 🤫 n u won’t feel harassed….k?
ED
ED 5 gün önce
@Mellz Beezy you are projecting. Assuming and presuming. Stop harassing me.
Mellz Beezy
Mellz Beezy 5 gün önce
@ED but ur definitely a weird ass keyboard warrior 😂🤣😂 stay in ur place Eddy my boy behind that screen 😂🤣
ED
ED 5 gün önce
@Mellz Beezy I am not your bro.
Shannon in Alaska
Shannon in Alaska 17 gün önce
Many times I swear the one detective sitting close was speechless, just staring at him in amazement that this kid could be so evil and have no remorse, able to lie with such efficacy, and no tears after killing his entire family at such a very young age - all seemingly for no reason.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
There was a reason though: he seemed to take the brunt of his father's anger. You don't get to kick a dog every day then act shocked when it bites. Not only that, imagine bearing the brunt of his father's anger then seeing the way his friend's dads treat them.
K Spen
K Spen 3 gün önce
What I found the most disturbing is he couldn't look at the picture of his family and still showed no emotion after glancing at it. The cops should have left it on the room with him when they left. I wonder how many pen pals he has from his online prison "write a convict" post.
Eric Scott
Eric Scott 18 gün önce
Insane how kind and respectful he seems. Truly insane.
Valtyr Berzerk
Valtyr Berzerk 10 gün önce
You never know what goes on inside the head of someone.... this remains me when I was back in high school I was 17 and so most of my friends We often went to my house to chill and hang out and my dad aloud it cause he rather have us in the house than some other place... I remeber this guy he was super nice, chill and a good guy honestly, I can even say he was timid but cool you know? we all start to hang out with him for like a year, he was part of our group of friends but sudenly he disapear, we coudnt reach him on his phone, and we realize we didnt even knew where he lived.... time passed, like 4 months later a friend came running to us with this paper news in his hand and he was freaked out the news read that the police caught this 2 guys that where guilty of kidnapping, rapping and killing 3 girls, one was 12 the youngest, 14 and 16.... and in the picture of the news there was our friend... the other guy was a younger guy and they where saying the oldest, our friend was the master mind behind it.... To be honest I remeber this guy as being super chilled, he didnt even liked horror films cause he said they where to violent and bloody... so how someone like that being like that turns around and suddenly kidnaps and rape 3 girls?°!! what the F??? till this day that haunts me badly, this guy went to my house a hundred times, knew all of us and all....
Valtyr Berzerk
Valtyr Berzerk Gün önce
@cesco I dont remeber this happpend around 2005 - 2006
cesco
cesco 2 gün önce
Name? I`m curious
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
dude, turn on google spell check.
Jupiter aka jupy
Jupiter aka jupy 5 gün önce
That's life.
Quiet Storm Valley
Quiet Storm Valley 8 gün önce
He`s a wolf in sheep clothing. His super nice and cool demeanour was the wool to lure people into a false sense of security.
Nefertiti Kimagawa
Nefertiti Kimagawa Aylar önce
For being the son of a lawyer I'm surprised he didn't immediately ask for a lawyer. I would think lawyers would drill it into their loved ones to say nothing and immediately call for an attorney.
johnny1893
johnny1893 Gün önce
Lawyers are not intelligent...
dtown902
dtown902 Gün önce
Lawyer's son here, you are correct.
Tim Harris
Tim Harris Gün önce
He killed the lawyer he knew, so...there's that.
Dan25
Dan25 2 gün önce
well, they obviously didnt raise the little shit right
cassnick
cassnick 3 gün önce
I would think that his parents never even considered he might need a lawyer. Especially being so young. Also, try and imagine telling your children to never speak to the police, to always ask for a lawyer instead. I can't imagine that happening. That might be confusing for a child. You would probably want your kids to trust the police and never be afraid to talk to them. If you told them not to, to ask for a lawyer instead, it might confuse them and make them fear the police.
Chad H
Chad H 12 gün önce
An absolute tragedy all around. My dad was an FBI Agent and my stepmom was an FBI Agent as well. I was raised in a "strict" household according to the times now. As an adult now it wasn't a "strict" household. It was simply my parents holding me accountable for my actions and pushing me to be the best that I could be. Now I could never fathom taking anyones life let alone my own dad, mom, or stepmom.... Buuuuut shooting his parents while they slept and then shooting his little brothers???? Take him out and give this guy a double tap straight to the head!!!
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
Well, everyone is different and reacts differently to pressure. Now pressing you to be the best you can be is a lot different than psychological abuse from the father venting his anger. Did you ever have to cower and hide to escape one of your parent's anger? There were times when my parents were coming home from vacation so I'd go hide out in the park even in the pouring rain because I knew however clean we left the house it wouldn't be good enough and I'd face my mother's wrath. My older brother never faced it because he would stay over at a friend's house.
cheryl smith
cheryl smith 9 gün önce
Exactly. Thats what i was thinking as i watched. It was good enough for his mom and dad and brothers. Only make him pull the trigger himself.
baaz xd
baaz xd 18 gün önce
this kids composure is unbelievable. definitely a son of a lawyer the way he is attempting to argue out of an interrogation. must be so irritating to the detectives that a kid that can’t legally drive on his own is standing tougher longer than people that people triple his age that are in that same seat/situation.
Carol Summers
Carol Summers 7 gün önce
More like a person with no conscious.
TheLizardKingC
TheLizardKingC 18 gün önce
I have a lot of problems with the detective in this. Not only did he lie to the kids, but he led his questions with the answers he wanted to hear after being so aggressive to a 15 year old kid. "Did he call his brother and tell him to leave the back door unlocked?" And Taylor immediately says "yes" without even trying to remember the conversation in the first place
Ee Garden
Ee Garden 9 saatler önce
4 people were shot (I assumed in their head or faces) The detective and their ways of asking is the least of the problem but a son who did this to his parents and young siblings.
El. Aye. Bee.
El. Aye. Bee. 2 gün önce
@Black Pajamasplease work on your reading comprehension. My comment about "getting over it" is in response to the poster complaining that the kids were lied to by the cops and asked leading questions. Take your angst somewhere else.
Black Pajamas
Black Pajamas 3 gün önce
@ozy J Those people are dead. They deserve justice. And justice in America is enshrined in the letter of the law. It's not always satisfying, but we owe it to the victims to prosecute their killer right - carefully but decisively. There's a reason people are noting some of the detective's tactics - sometimes even accurate testimony in a trial can be dismissed because the investigation that produced that testimony did not follow procedure. Bottom line - I think people have less of a problem with the detective's tone than the nature of his questioning. Given the age of these kids, I imagine extra care must have been taken to guide them through the legal process.
Black Pajamas
Black Pajamas 3 gün önce
@El. Aye. Bee. *Spits coffee out* Gotten over it?! Four people were murdered! How long does it take for people to get over such a thing? How long would it take you?
ozy J
ozy J 3 gün önce
A family has just been murdered and your worried about the detective asking questions aggressively. Talk about priorities.
OOnespec
OOnespec 6 gün önce
I could never image calling my son a failure over anything let alone something so mundane. I do believe this kid was constantly stressed at home if his dad came home every night upset and he had to bear the brunt of it. Not an excuse but a factor. He should be where he is in prison. The interviews were very difficult to watch, he did very well and held up a long time. I kept finding myself hoping he would ask for a lawyer strangely enough whereas other interviews I'm hoping they never do. It also does seem like he distanced himself quite a bit from what happened, like the narrator mentioned about using guns.
Gab
Gab 7 aylar önce
i know this has literally nothing to do with this case, but i cannot emphasize enough how extremely helpful it is that y’all have subtitles. CC can be difficult and inaccurate on a lot of these kinds of interrogation videos, and i know whoever added captions to this spent hours doing so. just know that us “hard of hearing” folks appreciate this IMMENSELY. great work!!
LóveOverHäte
LóveOverHäte 2 gün önce
No, you're okay 🤗 It has much to do with the cases because at least You ladies & gents are able to follow. It's all good 😊
Cutthroat Key
Cutthroat Key 13 gün önce
@Gamingbanjo p 😊
Drew Dawg
Drew Dawg 2 aylar önce
Not all heros wear capes 🙏🏻
Daniel Joe Whitfield
Daniel Joe Whitfield 2 aylar önce
The po po probably did it
Julie Flowers
Julie Flowers 4 aylar önce
Yes! I have a hard time processing what I hear. These are super helpful
Shelley Griffiths
Shelley Griffiths 3 gün önce
Well I’d be absolutely screwed in this situation because even though I’m not guilty of something I’m still nervous and awkward. So I’d look guilty even though I’m innocent. Not everyone is cool, calm and collected even though they’ve done nothing wrong.
Antonio Rosas
Antonio Rosas 12 gün önce
His dad was a lawyer, clearly he learned a lot from him
Cara Stone
Cara Stone 5 gün önce
He’s very composed and certainly doesn’t come across as being upset about finding ANY dead body(ies), let alone his own family.
NB44
NB44 7 gün önce
Glad the kid confessed and was charged and convicted, but man, he gave those detectives a run for their money.
spacey coyote alt
spacey coyote alt Aylar önce
As a 15 year old, this is terrifying, i can't imagine people at my age doing such brutal shit edit: i live in a Latin America country, so crimes like this are extremely common here, but not coming from a teenager
spacey coyote alt
spacey coyote alt 4 gün önce
@CaptureTheMarket i never had a relative that owned a gun, because it's not legalized here
TJ
TJ 4 gün önce
You should read up about a little place called Chicago! 😂 Them little boys are strapped by the age of 10 out there, busting out here in the streets.
Nathan Garland
Nathan Garland 10 gün önce
@Deto masa you can also go to jail
spacey coyote alt
spacey coyote alt 14 gün önce
@Sean Costello lol wtf
Cardboard Head幸
Cardboard Head幸 14 gün önce
my 15 y.o ass cant even gather enough courage against a cockroach in my bedroom and chose to sleep in the kitchen instead
Edit
Edit 17 gün önce
I was severely abused emotionally and physically my entire childhood and was scared of my mom until I was 30 years old. I never once thought of killing her even though she pointed a gun at me and wanted me dead. She’s elderly now and claims she has no memory of the past 25 years, but can recall vivid details of times in her life. I believe that’s her way of not holding herself accountable. I believe the guilt of her cruelty has eaten her up in spite of never bringing it up or asking for an apology. I know now she’s a narcissist, and may have other personality disorders too. So this kid, Nick lives a life of privilege and has a strict father, but still claims it wasn’t that bad cuz he could do what he wanted!! Nicks narcissistic behavior for 3+ hours and arrogance toward authority put thoughts in my head that he probably needed is ass whipped a couple times, so much of his story I don’t believe, but then in the end I felt sad. Then reading his bio and write a prisoner “plea” for communication makes me wonder if he truly has remorse for killing or still just seeking attention. I don’t know Very tragic
DFS Dart Throws & Cash
DFS Dart Throws & Cash Gün önce
He needed his ass whooped? The whole point of this is that he has Antisocial Personality Disorder. Those people are true psychopaths, if you are violent toward them they will be 100x more violent back. He was barely even punished and it resulted in him killing his whole family. You obviously have no understanding of mental health whatsoever. He needed intense therapy and heavy sedation, even then something like this was bound to happen probably. You can't fix truly evil people, especially by "beating their ass".
Angel
Angel 4 gün önce
I can understand you and this boy also. My whole childhood teenage was fucked up by my parents and sister. Long years. Its traumatic, and they are lucky that I didn't take any decision like this boy. They are not worthy of being parents. They are monsters. They have not given me anything in life.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
I was too. The physical abuse stopped when she backhanded me and sprained her wrist instead of hurting me. You see, I finally grew enough so that she was no longer bigger than I was. She too denied ever having laid a finger on me. In her later years she volunteered extensively, I think that too was her way of dealing with the guilt. She then tried psychological crap and when I grew too strong emotionally, she just ostracized me. When I was just starting out, she'd give me a small loan to tide me over then later on say "you don't have to pay me back". Then go around to the rest of the family and tell everyone I borrowed money and never paid her back. I found this out when a sibling said "well you never paid her back"!! She TOLD me I didn't have to!!! what? Yeah, she literally told me that I didn't have to pay her back. "that's not what she said" well she lied to you.
Stevie Wunderbar
Stevie Wunderbar 9 gün önce
interesting how you have experienced abuse but your analysis is that he needed his "ass whipped". cycle of abuse in action, folks
Brent Raudenbush
Brent Raudenbush 9 gün önce
@Edit saying he was privileged implies he had a better situation though, but anyway, my point was that the comparison is irrelevant anyway. Heck, this psycho might consider himself the victor by killing em all lol.. but yeah. I am happy for you overcoming your situation. If only this guy made better choices. Definitely lots of contributing factors and he may have simply been too weak to handle the shitty aspects of his parents issues.
Cheri Sullivan
Cheri Sullivan 15 gün önce
This is disturbing on a number of levels, not the least of which is the lies the interrogators tell Nick to manipulate a confession out of him. If Nick lies or if his friends lie, they will bring heavy consequences down on themselves. But cops can do it because they are the law. Really? One of the last things my father said before he passed away was," Parents often tell their kids to do one thing and then do something else themselves in the foolish belief that their kids will believe their ears instead of their eyes." As long as we have one set of laws/rules for some and the liberty to run roughshod over those laws for the so-called enforcers, we are a house divided. And in the worst way because truth is corrupted on both sides. How then, do we expect to come up with justice? Is this the best our legal system can come up with? Where are those long lost ideals of honor and truth? This is what passes for them? Grown men thinking they know what a kid is thinking because he picks up his water bottle while answering a question? "See there, he touched his face. Now he looks off to the left. Aha!" The interrogators cannot lose sight of the fact that they weren't there when the abominable thing happened. Accusing someone they suspect when they cannot possibly know for certain is as bad as bearing false witness. Maybe they've forgotten where that is mentioned. Hint: Go back about 2000 years. Far from lessening the blame for this crime and the ever increasing ones like it, I can't think the answer isn't going to lie in sinking to the character level of those with reprobate minds. If our law enforcers earned the reputation of dealing truthfully, respectably, displaying courage, holding themselves to a higher standard because of the position they hold, we might become the nation we used to think we were.
Kecu Kraftwork
Kecu Kraftwork 13 gün önce
When asked about his family around the 34:00 mark, Nick refers to them in the past tense, short of when discussing his dad. Shock, grief and disassociation all have a similar trait: mental lag. Disbelief, denial or "time freeze" tend to be universal to some extent, and those in grief or denial tend to still reflexively use present tense, even if they correct themselves. Nick shows none of those, instead clearly indicating that he's fully aware and accepting of his family's very recent and bloody death; and yet he still laughs and smiles. Whilst there is no true way of knowing his mindset, I feel small indicators like these speak volumes.
JustAnother Birdd
JustAnother Birdd 5 gün önce
I love these break downs , they help get me through these long shifts at work. Big support !
Linda Casey
Linda Casey 7 aylar önce
The saddest part of this whole family murder is that that poor little boy left the door open for his big brother so that he could sneak into the house .. only to get killed by the one he was trying to protect from getting into trouble.
Sere
Sere 6 gün önce
@FMAN what a psychopathic internet-addicted thing to say. Not listening to someone asking to leave a door unlocked because "they could be taken hostage"????? Jesus christ you people are insufferable.
TG 416
TG 416 7 gün önce
Fuck fr he was helping his big bro smh
A Best
A Best 13 gün önce
So very sad.
Slicing Onions
Slicing Onions 14 gün önce
A younger sibling looking out for his older brother and this is how he does him that's terrible
Candice
Candice 15 gün önce
@Afgan No3 karmas coming your way for sure fool.
Apollyon Katastrefia
Apollyon Katastrefia 2 gün önce
Although it shouldn't, it always shocks me how the cops will tell a suspect their rights and how these people will immediately waive them. Cops are not your friend.
DieInFire2
DieInFire2 Gün önce
I know the detectives said all that to put enough pressure to make him confess, but killers don’t necessary need a “reason”. Sometimes they just do it. A couple of years back in Japan, a Peruvian citizen called Vayron Nakada, who has some mental issues, on X day randomly entered two houses a killed everyone in those houses, which was mothers and small children. The man is supposed to have schizophrenia or something.
Anne Galivan
Anne Galivan 19 gün önce
His tears are for himself, not his family. The cop is trying to get info on him so he's (pretending to be) sympathetic. There's no way this cop isn't horrified that he would kill his little brothers! A true sociopath.
Mik Kon
Mik Kon 6 gün önce
Bro if I came in the house and seen my whole family dead I wouldnt even be able to talk after that or talk about it. This guy acting all tough I literally cried for that family more than he probably ever did
Black Pajamas
Black Pajamas 3 gün önce
That's cuz you're a good human. :)
Regular Cryptid
Regular Cryptid Aylar önce
I’m someone who has a lot of anxiety disorders, and the boy who lied seemed like it wasn’t intentional, but trying to satisfy the authority in front of them by giving quick answers. *by this I mean withholding details/forgetting or getting details wrong* I appreciate your channel for pointing out different interrogation methods and criticisms, as I also found that the police were slightly over the line with the friends. Thank you for teaching me today, I hope to learn even more through your channel *Edit because I think my wording caused misunderstandings, apologies for that*
kate kaji
kate kaji 6 gün önce
@Lorene that's a funny word, goofball, lol
Anabelle Preis
Anabelle Preis 13 gün önce
@RESTREPOO - Millions of people are died because Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction, that includes 1mill of Iraqis and hundreds of thousands soldiers. You might be brave enough to volunteer to be on the front lines, just don't blindly believe you're there as a good guy to kill the bad ones. How many wars have been started so that ammo companies can make millions...someone makes millions by providing everything for the war, their friends then make millions by getting the result - change of gvmt they wanted, Resources, destabilisation etc.
Throw communists out of helicopters
Throw communists out of helicopters 22 gün önce
@Kay you’re*
Kay
Kay 23 gün önce
@Throw communists out of helicopters no hun your stupid there is a difference.
Throw communists out of helicopters
Throw communists out of helicopters 23 gün önce
@Kay I’m right and you’re wrong
Hose-callme-esco
Hose-callme-esco Gün önce
It’s crazy he could’ve got away with this if he just asked for a lawyer 🤯
The Lyrebird
The Lyrebird 21 gün önce
The lesson from this is never talk to police without an attorney ever, this was all the cops feeding a confession to the kid, if this isn't an example of how to break someone's rights I'd be shocked. Why was he asleep... try it's 1am and he's been there for hours, might I point out again without counsel
Black Pajamas
Black Pajamas 3 gün önce
@Holy Spirit Led I'm trying real hard to understand your position here. You're saying the OP doesn't understand the law and "remind" OP that this kid did a horrible thing and deserves no sympathy, that he killed four people and thus deserves whatever happens to him. But that's not justice. You know it's not. Justice is the letter of the law, not the spirit of it. You must know that valuable testimony can be thrown out if the interrogation that produced it did not follow proper protocol. I'm not saying that's what happened here - I'm just pointing out that the law that you so expertly highlighted doesn't just ask jurors to avoid sympathizing with a suspect. It asks them to avoid demonizing a suspect. Both are emotional lenses that can easily distort the truth or evade justice. You're right. They didn't ask for counsel. But they were also children. (Maybe your response is, "They weren't children, they chose to act as adults would and must suffer the consequences," but that's just wrong. They are children according to the law. Perhaps this is where OP was coming from)
Modest Proposal
Modest Proposal 6 gün önce
This is how miscarriages of justice happen.
nonexistentfuture
nonexistentfuture 9 gün önce
I agree very bad police work. All these kids were interrogated without any adult present and held for who knows how long.
Boathousejoe D
Boathousejoe D 10 gün önce
@Holy Spirit Led Why not four life sentences?
Holy Spirit Led
Holy Spirit Led 15 gün önce
You don't understand the law. You have the right to counsel but if you don't ask for it it's your fault. May I remind you he literally killed his family and is in prison for it 15 years later? Save your sympathy for his 13 and 11 year old brothers who will only be 13 and 11 forever. Idc how many times someone tells me I did something I didn't do I would not accept it. He's actually a 30 year old man now and is serving 2 life sentences and admitted to the killing of his family.
Alexander Dulce
Alexander Dulce 21 gün önce
I remember this kid when he was my student inside patuxent institution in howard county when i was teaching GED inside the facility. He is really smart, soft spoken and friendly but his classmates are afraid to sit next to him because they know what he did.
V M
V M 8 gün önce
@CactusRaymonxd Xx Really? Did you ask him why did he really do it?
CactusRaymonxd Xx
CactusRaymonxd Xx 10 gün önce
@CT-S7 Severn I have spoken to him through writeaprisoner, Nicholas isnt scary lol. He literally said he just sits in his cell and reads or watches movies.
Ashley Chamon
Ashley Chamon 10 gün önce
@Vinícius de A Batista agreed. Once he realized his manipulation tactic wasn’t effective in this case he tried to see if he can at least get a lesser sentence if he states a reason. That didn’t work either lol
Vinícius de A Batista
Vinícius de A Batista 10 gün önce
as they should. contrary to what the officer told him, he is not like a normal murderer, he is straight up a psychopath who is so far away from his humanity he doesn't even understand that emotions are spontaneous and that other people genuinely can't manipulate them at will, and he is so self absorbed that he think he can all the time, but a good chunk of this interview was him afraid of the 2nd detective
Ashley Chamon
Ashley Chamon 10 gün önce
@Akriti Agastya key word there is manipulation. Them being nice and or kind is usually act.
BG Studio
BG Studio 11 gün önce
I'd be so terrified of being wrongfully accused, i don't cry I've lost my best friend from covid, my father from cncr and I was best friends close to him, I couldn't cry for any of them, I have no emotions, my neighbors were like you can cry I'm like no shit in my head. I absolutely love and miss them.
Wcatcher
Wcatcher 8 gün önce
Some people just don't cry, I've felt horribly terribly sad, grief stricken, etc. so much so that it left me spending weeks in bed without ever shedding a tear. People process things differently, especially if you have a history of mental health issues, trauma etc. What really matters is that you love the people you're close to and that you show them that. Don't feel like you're less human or less of a person just because you're different. You sound like you've been through a lot, I'm truly sorry for your losses.
Nathan Garland
Nathan Garland 10 gün önce
I'm the same mate I've not cryed since I was 11 I'm 50 now and just don't find things upsetting or even scread but I laugh loads.i shed about three tears when my 🐕 died but that was 12 years ago now and plenty of bad things have happened but no crying.
AaronTheAbused
AaronTheAbused 11 gün önce
i lost my mom to cancer too, i hope you’re doing good man 🙂
tamara anne
tamara anne Aylar önce
I can't stop thinking about the poor little brother who was killed last. He most likely woke up when his brother was shot, while the others were killed in their sleep. Poor little boy may have seen his older brother being the one to kill him. (Supposedly he was shot in the face.) I have a little brother his age and just the thought is heartbreaking... What a monster. May their souls rest in peace ❤️🕊
JØDIJØ90z
JØDIJØ90z 23 gün önce
@David Crandall dude now you’re just reaching. I’m not sure what kind of people you have around you but I don’t have weirdos in my house whose going to resort to killing me. Also most people who own guns are extremely responsible and never leave weapons out unattended. People can do that with a kitchen knife or anything else. Doesn’t have to be a gun.
David Crandall
David Crandall 29 gün önce
@Michael Miller I wasn't going through a divorce when my wife jumped me while i was laying down and started punching me in the face. If there was a gun laying around she would have used it. People change every day because of drinking, drugs, traumatic life events, personality disorders, depression, mental illness.
Michael Miller
Michael Miller Aylar önce
@David Crandall my parents are the last people on earth who would get a divorce. there are a lot of bad people in the world but there are more good people
David Crandall
David Crandall Aylar önce
@Sean Costello Yes but a hammers and a knives are normally used for things that don't included killing so they are not suggestive of murder like guns are. A jealous woman would sooner pick up your lose gun than a knife. An angry kid seeing your lose gun may get an idea of killing you because a gun lying around is suggestive of that.
Sean Costello
Sean Costello Aylar önce
@David Crandall buddy, if you want to kill someone, it doesnt matter what weapon you have. Throw enough arsenic into a punch bowl and you can kill hundreds without firing a shot or raising suspicion. Guns dont kill people. People kill people. Snakes kill people. Diseases kill people. Guns are just a tool, no different than a hammer or a knife. You can kill people with those, too, but you can also build a house or field dress a deer. And, im not sure i can EVER say this enough.. but criminals don't follow laws. If guns are illegal, only criminals will have them. And before you say "no they wont there'll be less guns" ask the people of mexico. Criminals don't follow laws. They''ll find what they need. I hope you actually reflect on this statement instead of just posting an instant rebuttal lacking in any substance, like your initial comment. At least TWO of the victims werent sleeping. And they still died.
Alice Estey
Alice Estey 14 gün önce
Good for them, brave detectives caught the bad guy through some pretty questionable techniques. Reading him his rights even tho they must have understood that a 15-year-old may not be fully prepared or capable to understand what "waiving" your rights really means. There were no adults in the room or apparently no adults who could be called upon to help guard his rights. So impressive how they took advantage of the situation through hours of middle of the night interrogating and lying to him about various facts to win this battle of wits with a 15-year-old. Yes, it seems he actually committed the murders, but I shudder to think how many other 15-year-olds in similar interrogations might be innocent and finally just give up. Great detective work.
Michele Simard
Michele Simard 9 gün önce
Wow this kids composure is so telling! The narcissism and lack of remourse is very clear. So sad for the family.
LJ
LJ 4 gün önce
sad for the friends too - that image of the shot family members - they'll never get over it.
yungjax
yungjax 23 gün önce
Watching these is very educational...I sometimes do these movements with my hands and I fidget alot but thankfully not for killing someone or anything like that...I go through mental health issues and I use movements to express my stress and it's good to see what these movements mean and how I can improve on my own issues if any of this make sense
yungjax
yungjax 10 gün önce
@becky I completely understand you the more I watch these videos the more I learn about my behavior patterns
becky
becky 11 gün önce
im feel the same! i have autism and ive seen in other videos how they comment on lack of eye contact and other symptoms that correlate with autism/severe anxiety and how it reads as them being untruthful and it makes me very relieved that i'll most likely never ever be in a police interrogation room
strawberry ★
strawberry ★ 14 gün önce
I understand you
John Doiron
John Doiron 18 gün önce
I felt like this kid felt with parents being the harshest on me as the oldest. I wanted to run away to hurt them. I feel sorry for this family and it makes me want to be a better Dad to my boys.
La ourse
La ourse 7 aylar önce
I really hope Taylor is OK. Slowly realizing your friend is a cold blooded killer must be terrifying. This night might have been massively traumatizing for him. I hope he is doing alright now. :(
FkCoolers
FkCoolers Aylar önce
@Ss art wat
Mybasedworld
Mybasedworld Aylar önce
@Ss art you gotta be slow af
kailey
kailey Aylar önce
@2 Piece what
lilsas
lilsas Aylar önce
He’s good. Went to college and moved across the country. None of the guys live in that area anymore
phangirlable
phangirlable 3 aylar önce
@iDontRte Mods I don't think he told Taylor that he would kill his family but maybe he had said to him at some point that he hated them or wished they were all dead. That is usually not something anyone would take seriously. But in Taylor's shoes I would have been afraid to be blamed because he didn't warn anyone, especially because the detective scared him with the "spend you life in prison" threat.
K B
K B 13 gün önce
As a wildlife conservation officer I sometime use these interrogation techniques during our investigation and I can tell you that this officer did an AMAZING job !
machinotaur
machinotaur 3 gün önce
Clearly there are some city slickers ITT. Game wardens are law enforcement officers, they hunt and catch criminals with astounding levels of autonomy. Beware the almighty game warden.
TJ
TJ 4 gün önce
Um... who exactly are you interrogating as a wildlife conservation officer?
Molb0rg
Molb0rg 5 gün önce
Yeah, I guess they would crack me in 5 minutes, such a f intricate complex job
Disconnected Reality
Disconnected Reality 9 gün önce
@royalestel haha no fr they do
Disconnected Reality
Disconnected Reality 9 gün önce
@M El Gotcha
Bacon Shake
Bacon Shake 8 gün önce
You need to keep running content like this. This had me so invested in this true crime story.
cappov
cappov 18 gün önce
Don’t breath. Don’t wink. Don’t be too happy. Don’t be too sad. Don’t cross your arms. Don’t move any part of your body. Oh and whatever you DO NOT MURDER ANYONE. You’re guilty until proven guilty. Whatever you do and say will be used against you. Don’t talk without a lawyer.
Ziggy Blue
Ziggy Blue 2 saatler önce
@Modest Proposal That makes zero sense.
Modest Proposal
Modest Proposal 6 gün önce
Edit: you're guilty until you confess your guilt. Cops don't seem to do much by way of finding any proof.
Margaux F
Margaux F 15 gün önce
💯
Magic00Squirrel
Magic00Squirrel 19 gün önce
That detective is very good at his job. I'm impressed that he could get a confession out of that stubborn kid.
Bevena Williams
Bevena Williams 2 aylar önce
I felt bad especially for his little brother, he trusts you and you had no sympathy, you killed him, how can someone be so cruel, RiP beautiful family 😭😭
Gaetano Dragonetti
Gaetano Dragonetti Aylar önce
@soulhunter59why would you want him free? Maybe it takes one to know one, since you’re rooting for him
Kristina Chaney
Kristina Chaney Aylar önce
@tiridi djdjwieidiw yep but not just that also the type and positioning of blood spatter and the amount of gun powder residue found in what areas etc.
Carla Smith
Carla Smith Aylar önce
He had no remorse or empathy. Sociopaths are like that and this kid fit the bill.
Howda#1
Howda#1 Aylar önce
yeah just heartless
kailey
kailey Aylar önce
@tiridi djdjwieidiw that is not always true
Th3 mous3
Th3 mous3 2 gün önce
Mike Stoklasa was a hell of a good detective. Interesting that he pivoted to film criticism.
Wayne “Weezy’n’Breezy” Yates
Wayne “Weezy’n’Breezy” Yates 20 gün önce
I love how many logical fallacies and even straight out lies that the detectives employ in their investigation and simultaneously absolutely losing their shit if one tiny detail is askew from the suspect about their evening. Not saying he is innocent but wow the lack of self-awareness is astounding and startling!
Catarina A
Catarina A 14 gün önce
As someone from an European country where guns are not as easily available as in the US, it is really weird how much he knows about the guns his dad had
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 22 saatler önce
@Midnight Playa I wouldn't be so quick to say things about texas, you'd be surprised the density of firearms in Europe. It's not as advertised as it is in the US, but they are there. It also has a lot to do with your right in Europe to use them as well. I was reading the other day about a country where you could own one, shoot with it, but cannot defend your property with one. Kind of defeats the purpose of having one. Here in Canada there is currently a war on firearms by the liberal government. They are so anti gun they want to ban clear plastic airsoft and nerf guns. Remember: rule number 1 by a dictator is disarm the population.
Midnight Playa
Midnight Playa 23 saatler önce
I am from an european country too and I always had perfect knowledge about my fathers guns, he actually had me quite a few times with him shooting in rock quarry. I guess it just depends on person. But in general there is for sure more guns for example in Texas than in a whole Europe lol.
jokenboy
jokenboy 3 gün önce
As an American I got my first rifle at 8 years old. If your parents actually sit down and teach you to respect the weapon things like this don't happen. I've been drilled so hard on gun safety I wouldn't even point a water gun at someone.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
It's not weird at all. In fact, he SHOULD know what firearms his father had AND been taught firearm safety. Not sure which it is, Switzerland or Sweden, everyone serves in the military and takes their weapon home after.
Muskoka Mike
Muskoka Mike 4 gün önce
@Anne Gregoire I'm Canadian and been around guns for most of my life. I hung around farms and even worked on them when I was a teen.
FasTrack
FasTrack 14 gün önce
Good job on making these videos! From the subtitles to some necessary redactions. You're content is both Addictive and Educational.
Lars Møller
Lars Møller Aylar önce
He stood over his dad for half an hour before he killed him? How very disturbing
Jason Young
Jason Young 6 gün önce
Fauci killed thousands!
i love my dad
i love my dad 8 gün önce
@adam you're right, I should've said people who don't pay attention to the kids. Or you know what? We all need Jesus, cuz this world is getting more and more fuxd.
J Cool
J Cool 8 gün önce
@Sue TVtvtyyvtvtv
EL34Glo
EL34Glo 9 gün önce
@Holy Spirit Led No excuse?Ever? A what about a person sexually and physically abusing a child? Second of all, you most likely believe in the death penalty knowing you're religious so I find your statement ironic
Testing Testing
Testing Testing 10 gün önce
@Ruby star many is not majority. Majority are caught. Ability to beat probability theory is a privilege of a few.
cambike
cambike 21 gün önce
Great work from the Police officers, they worked this very well.
Finding the Top Hits
Finding the Top Hits 10 gün önce
At 49:30 or so, when the detective said that all of the teens were taken home by the parents and says, “that’s it, you’re it.” I think that could’ve been interpreted by Nick that he’s a prime suspect since he’s obviously aware that he’s been singled out. I believe that in his shoes, he’s probably highly vigilant for these signs because he wants to avoid being caught.
PeaceAndLove USA
PeaceAndLove USA 10 gün önce
^ This. I loved how the video kept trying to say "he probably thinks he is safe right now." Like, no, are you insane? All of the witnesses get to leave but one? From there out there was 0 chance he thought his work was done. Even an innocent person would know it's time to start thinking about your own survival in that situation.
debthecpn
debthecpn 16 gün önce
I was surprised that a 15 year old was interviewed by police without an attorney or an appropriate adult. This would not happen in the UK. A confession under these circumstances would not be allowed to be entered into evidence.
Antoine Karam
Antoine Karam 13 gün önce
the detectives in these videos are phenomenal. I never could have thought he could get anything out of this kid's mouth.
PeaceAndLove USA
PeaceAndLove USA 10 gün önce
It's not hard to break someone. Guilty or innocent, these people always get their pound of flesh.
tri
tri Aylar önce
I love how you break down every area of the case. I feel like im in college again in criminal law class. Very informative. Can really learn alot. I took street law in highschool and i really loved it this channel reminds me of the time i was in street law. and im not even a criminal law graduate from college. I am a registered nurse but love crime shows like this.
Jason
Jason 24 gün önce
@hanette de bruin what poor child? The one who killed his family? It's like they said they know no one else did it, his name wasn't pulled out of a hat it's an interrogation tactic
Jason
Jason 24 gün önce
@Throw communists out of helicopters I'm a recovering addict myself who has relapsed before, I know I dont know you but if you need someone to talk to I'll give you any advice I can and help in anyway I can, its a hard road and you don't have to walk it alone, I'm rooting for ya
hanette de bruin
hanette de bruin 24 gün önce
I dont think his quality, for fuck sakes they lie to him about the key,s that poor child.
Katja Margareth Bojesen
Katja Margareth Bojesen 25 gün önce
Is that so ??? So why all the incorect ?
Ava Sweetman
Ava Sweetman Aylar önce
Lmao I’m currently in street law it’s great but a pain in the ass! It helped me kinda find new job options though.
The Hat Man
The Hat Man 2 gün önce
I feel bad for the rest of the group, they were so confused and actually concerned because they had no idea what happened.
marzy Marrz
marzy Marrz 3 gün önce
I realize its important to follow established protocol when dealing with these juvenile freaks but I wonder if they would shorten this little meet up by just telling them what the electric chair is like as transportation into perdition.
Jonathan Baker
Jonathan Baker 15 gün önce
Just imagine how terrifying this interview is if he didn't in fact kill his parents.
MAGI
MAGI 10 gün önce
I respect these detectives to have so much patience. I'm starting to get frustrated when he keeps denying it again and again.
18k
18k 6 aylar önce
Hearing that he betrayed his younger brother’s trust by having him leave the door unlocked, that’s beyond disturbing.
Cαρρυccιиø_327
Cαρρυccιиø_327 12 gün önce
@TwistedGamer if my older brother who I love and trust asked me to leave that one door open for a fair reason, I would. I wouldn’t expect him to fucking shoot me and everyone else
Robert
Robert 13 gün önce
@Thatboilui so… a 7 year-old is suicidal? Also, the dead can’t be charged with any crimes. They’re dead.
Slicing Onions
Slicing Onions 14 gün önce
There's no way the little brothers didn't wake up after he shot mom. They prob were scared to death not knowing who was in the house and pretended to be asleep
Casey S
Casey S Aylar önce
@TwistedGamer In on his own murder?
StrawberrySHERbet96
StrawberrySHERbet96 Aylar önce
@Iy4dfuhhh 😂😭😢
dbznappa
dbznappa Gün önce
All of the assumptions in this video were sooooo tenuous. As a juror, I would completely disregard the analysis by four professionals of this interrogation. It's about as accurate as a horoscope, full of what I would almost call outdated cliches or tropes.
Zuexq
Zuexq 14 gün önce
He honestly could’ve gotten away with it if he asked for a lawyer after the detective started bringing up prison time
Alex Mann
Alex Mann 22 gün önce
Detective: I’ve been doing this for a long time. I’m very good at this, kid. Kid: I didn’t do it. Detective: Nah uh, you did too do it! Rinse and repeat for an hour. Excellent work guys.
Modest Proposal
Modest Proposal 6 gün önce
The biggest reason for miscarriage of justice is false confessions after hours of manipulative interrogation. A confession without supportive evidence is not reliable.
Vinícius de A Batista
Vinícius de A Batista 10 gün önce
the idea was mostly to make him tired. but if they knew about psichopathy it would make their work that much easier instead of trying to make him emotional with pictures of his family (which to a person like him is like trying to open a jar with a hammer). They should point out how terrible of a work he was doing in keeping his act, and how irrational any other explanation would be for this crime, and keeping nailing on both of these to shatter his ego and patience.
Sarcastic Person
Sarcastic Person 11 gün önce
And these guys were going easy on him too. Imagine this with an adult suspect and detectives who wanted to get the case over with.
C MS
C MS 15 gün önce
As much as I appreciate what I can learn from his video, I still hope such videos can be classified for the greater good.
Gaiseric
Gaiseric 8 gün önce
The interrogator was truly masterful here. You can tell that man has put his life into his work.
Oldmatealex
Oldmatealex 19 gün önce
no matter how true this seems (to me too) but being able to interrogate a 15 year out like this for these hours is insane man. I love cops and what they do but the law in situations (not so much in this case) but of someone who ends up not guilty just legally allowed to do this to someone just for a suspicion arrest blows my mind. what been world do we live in, like Imagine this was a 15 year who in another case was innocent an the cops done this to him just after his family was all killed. That's what can cause trauma that some people wouldn't even understand.
Ryan Spencer
Ryan Spencer 9 gün önce
Once he did tell. I genuinely think he had accepted what he had done. I think he was struggling up to that point.
E. Scott Channell
E. Scott Channell 15 gün önce
I am rather startled that the detectives seemed to use simple brute-force questioning - they didn't use the timeline, didn't use fingerprints, no ballistic info which could indicate the height of the shooter, etc.... they simply challenged his claim based on "We know" and "explain it to us"
Angelic Noose
Angelic Noose Aylar önce
This channel is one of the best I've ever been too, I immensely appreciate your videos. The analysis and breakdowns, as well as follow up information, they're so well put together. I appreciate the efforts that are put into making these videos, incredible.
Angelic Noose
Angelic Noose Aylar önce
@tymotox53 Lmao 🤣
tymotox53
tymotox53 Aylar önce
Most articulate paragraph from Tony Ferguson I’ve ever read. 😂
Jessica Rogers
Jessica Rogers Aylar önce
I agree!
Shnek
Shnek Aylar önce
shut up before I ankle pick you
james powell
james powell Aylar önce
Ferguson should retire🥹
Emma Lee
Emma Lee 15 gün önce
After seeing some type of abuse happened, I understood how (idk about this specific person) someone could be so detached, I was traumatized when I was very young and again when I was in my teens and whenever someone I love dearly has passed away, my brain feels numb but I know I should be very upset but my brain has reprogrammed itself to protect me from feeling the way that I did when I was traumatized 🫠 but then little things will randomly trigger that type of reacting which is so strange but 😅
dtown902
dtown902 Gün önce
This kid is waaaaay too smart to be 15 years old. He stonewalled those detectives. Very impressive.
Benny donnelly
Benny donnelly 19 gün önce
Lack of empathy, serious mental health and we as a society live with this constantly.
Evelyn Hill
Evelyn Hill 9 gün önce
I am appalled at law enforcement. Long time cops can get into the same rhythm of people being guilty as they tend to treat we the people. If this kid killed his parents and siblings, he will be punished. I don't believe what cops do is intuitive. Working at people and telling threatening lies is BS.
My Youtube
My Youtube 7 aylar önce
So heartbreaking to know that nick told his little brother to keep the door unlocked so he could sneak back into the house. That poor little boy probably looked up to his big brother and felt like they were bonding since he was helping him sneak inside so he could take the car. He had no idea that this psycho was going to kill him and the rest of their family 😢
B. Hagen
B. Hagen Aylar önce
@melas pink Exactly, great point.
Sora
Sora Aylar önce
@don’t worry ab it how is that the childrens fault? How is it okay to kill your little siblings because of how your parents treated you?
Joseph VanMeer
Joseph VanMeer Aylar önce
​@Abbi Normi
Carlette Cannon
Carlette Cannon 2 aylar önce
Wow 🥺😳 😲 wow 😔😐
Barbara Rushing
Barbara Rushing 2 aylar önce
I agree
BeLoW_aBoVe
BeLoW_aBoVe 10 gün önce
If you consider editing, video quality and all other factors. This is one of the best interrogation videos on TRshow.
Chris Pips
Chris Pips 23 gün önce
When he responds to the detective having the keys and knowing it was him and responds…. Well it might be obvious to you, you’re experienced, however, a jury wouldn’t know that 🤔 I think he’s holding out pretty well considering he’s only 15 but then what sort of mind do you have to be in to commit such a heinous crime. Great videos, thank you.
Mads Dee
Mads Dee 18 gün önce
Shows how much practicing in front of a mirror he did before doing that.
Will Vandermeer
Will Vandermeer 3 gün önce
How long have you been studying psychology? You seem extremely strong in it.
YEEZY
YEEZY 11 gün önce
his friends now can see this and it's probably the most painful thing in the world to see your best friend do what he did and sitting in this position
Big Dad Giga Chad
Big Dad Giga Chad Aylar önce
I lost my parents over the span of 4 years. I was twice Nick's age and it was heart breaking and still hurts. I can't believe this rich kid who had everything anyone could want and he killed his whole family.
Bobany
Bobany Aylar önce
Being rich doesn't mean you have everything. So many people likes to mention it, but this family was obviously dysfunctional, at least through being evident in Taylor. What does a family have besides love? Without the bond it's not a family, just a group of individuals.
Tat Lancia
Tat Lancia Aylar önce
@Felicia Kelley I said he does know right and wrong… not that he doesn’t. He’s a 15 year old kid, and while he likes to rebel against his parents he knows between the two. I’m just saying we can’t use mental illness to excuse every crime someone with it commits.
Felicia Kelley
Felicia Kelley Aylar önce
@Tat Lancia how do you know he doesn't know right from wrong. Assuming things and blabbing on about things you don't know like they're hard facts.
Felicia Kelley
Felicia Kelley Aylar önce
I think he has underlying personality disorders. He seems to have no empathy and tbh that is sad af. Imagine having no empathy and not being able to feel love. That sounds terrifying. The day he killed his family, he took 5 lives, including his own. This is truly heartbreaking all around
Tat Lancia
Tat Lancia Aylar önce
@leonardo patron No, a disorder doesn’t justify his actions. He knows right from wrong. His disorder may lead him to believe he should do things, but he knows it’s wrong either way. Just like many people are suicidal, feeling like they should commit, but they don’t because of little things and how they know it may affect people around them. He had problems with his parents and his disorders added to it, but they weren’t the reason for it, he made that decision.
Varun Khatri
Varun Khatri 14 gün önce
The way Nick was banking on the jury! Wow! For a kid that's just 15 he's something else tbh!
sippykup
sippykup 7 gün önce
i personally think that the brothers and maybe the mom were in the spur of the moment but after all the abuse he went through, he definitely convinced himself to kill his father a long time ago.
Dystoniac Diaries
Dystoniac Diaries 18 gün önce
He most likely killed his siblings so that he wouldn't have to "deal with them" after the parents were dead. He didn't want to have to be part of caring for them, being with them while they grieved. It was pure selfishness. So tragic.
Marisa E
Marisa E 10 gün önce
How does a person not hear gunshots from inside the home in the middle of the night enough to fully wake up and hide or investigate? That is so strange to me.
PeaceAndLove USA
PeaceAndLove USA 10 gün önce
How does everyone in the neighborhood not hear multiple gunshots go off from a .45? Police didn't arrive until they "found" the body and reported it the next day, meaning literally no one woke up from the first two then called the police when several more happened. The kid killing his family was the most believable part of the whole story.
Adam Cole
Adam Cole Aylar önce
Thank you for the captions! I don’t know what it is cause I’m not hard of hearing , but being able to read the words while watching really helps me follow exactly what’s going on. I guess cause thoughts sometimes run through my mind if I’m just watching two people talking or interrogations happening so I can miss key moments, but watching and reading the words they are saying helps my cognition of exactly what’s going on and being said so thank you for the time spent asking those
alexiane250
alexiane250 21 gün önce
It's called 'auditory processing disorder' and it's pretty common!
Pamela LaForest
Pamela LaForest 23 gün önce
@Terrible Painter the parents are dead
Terrible Painter
Terrible Painter 26 gün önce
@Nellenel NP True after knowing who did it. My comment regarding the parental consent was written when they first interrogated the other 3 kids. I personally doubt though that these kids truly understand the possible consequences of their talking to the detectives. They still are children.
Nellenel NP
Nellenel NP 26 gün önce
@Terrible Painter he killed his parents, how would they get parental consent. also he never asked for a lawyer, he was read his rights and if a juvenile can understand their rights they can waive their rights. if he was smart he would have asked for a lawyer but he's obviously not a good decision maker😕
chris kelly
chris kelly 27 gün önce
@Terrible Painterit's kind of sad but this is why you need to tell your kids not to talk to any police, Especially detectives, Without an attorney. They did the same thing to me my senior year of high school. I was arrested for Assault With A Deadly Weapon and a Hate Crime after being interrogated without my parents or any legal representation. Even though there were no injuries and the so-called victim testified that I had said nothing racial. This was all just because the DA wanted the Hispanic vote coming up for re-election.
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