Nancy Grace says Murdaugh trial's 'two shooters' theory a 'bomb,' but 'don't fall for it'

January 31, 2023 at 00:55

The murder trial of a prominent South Carolina Democratic legal family's scion took an interesting turn Monday when a "two shooters" theory was reportedly mounted, Fox Nation host Nancy Grace reported.
Grace, who has been following the trial of Alex Murdaugh in Walterboro, S.C., for her forthcoming Fox Nation special: "Murdock Family Murders, a Timeline," said that the theory, however, may not be fully believable.
The Murdaugh family had been up until recently the statutory equivalent to district attorney for that five-county region of the Low Country for almost a century.
Prosecutors have alleged Alex gunned down 52-year-old Maggie Murdaugh and their troubled 22-year-old son, Paul, on June 7, 2021.
ALEX MURDAUGH HYSTERICAL BUT DRY-EYED AT CRIME SCENE, BODYCAM SHOWSOn "America Reports," Grace reported Murdaugh defense attorney, State Sen. Dick Harpootlian, D-Richland, claimed in court there could have been a second shooter.
The thought of two shooters that would blow the state's theory straight out of the water that Alex Murdaugh is the shooter," she added.
Don't fall for that, because Maggie, the mother, Margaret Murdaugh, had stippling on her skin.
Grace, herself a former district attorney in Fulton County, Ga. – which encompasses central Atlanta – later analyzed watching suspect Alex Murdaugh in court earlier in the day.
I saw him make a beeline for a blond lady sitting at the defense table," she recounted.
South Carolina Republican Attorney General Alan Wilson is prosecuting the current case.
"It was very clear from day one that law enforcement and the Attorney General prematurely concluded that Alex was responsible for the murder of his wife and son.
But we know that Alex did not have any motive whatsoever to murder them.

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