I'm not rushing to any judgement on him. I'm simply reading the police report and it doesn't look good on Dwyer's side. Some of his actions that have been proven already such as punching walls, sending suicidal texts, admitting to hiding from the police... all seem to line up well with the events in her story. You aren't going to get any concrete evidence in this case unless there was a video or credible witnesses that saw the whole thing. You have to piece the evidence together to determine what happened and so far the evidence isn't good for Dwyer.Because it shows that he loves his wife and can't imagine living without her?
Seriously, I'm not taking sides here. I haven't looked at all the evidence, and I haven't seen JD's side of the story. I just disagree with the tendency to try people in the court of public opinion before all the facts have been vetted and presented.
Some of the same people judging Dwyer as guilty probably judged Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin death differently before and after all the data came out.