On top of it, Milke was screaming during the interview and trowing hysterics by the news, that her child was dead.
Even if this was true and it happened, you know it's called acting. Right?
Armando Saldate: I told her that her son had been found, he was shot, and told her -- she immediately began to yell and cry and scream. I told her I wouldn't tolerate that. I told her she was under arrest for murder, and she again began to yell and scream and again told her I would not tolerate that and would want to speak to her and interview her in regards to her involvement in the murder, which we did.
Actually, how would you think, that a mother would behave, when getting told, that her child is dead.
Saldate might have been a good investigator, but remember, that he had interviewed Scott on lenght, until he ead him to the crime scen,e found Christopher and drove back.
I imagine, that he must have been in a very stressed and upset mood too, at that time.
Not also criminals do not ask for a lawyer, but simpy ever person, who believes themselves innocent.
It is too easy for me how GrannyB sees it.
I got severe doubts, whether the course of interview went just the same way as detective Saldate wrote down later.
Usually investigators are instructed to tape the interview, so they can rewind the tape and listen to it.
What you say, is wrong GrannyB.
Sometimes you have to listen to such a tape tw or three times, before finding out, were a person has been lying.