To be fair, if the bit about his brother bringing him in isn't true and the bit about him being psychotic isn't true then there isn't a lot of story left!I heard that story about the brother bringing yer man in being repeated today, so it is going around, if the reality is that a cousin brought him in, but for the same reason, that the guy was a highly agitated state, then it amounts to the same thing.
Some posters on here like to pick petty arguments for the sake of it.
To be fair, if the bit about his brother bringing him in isn't true and the bit about him being psychotic isn't true then there isn't a lot of story left!
Facts matter like, especially in relation to something as important as this.
It's important because it feeds into your need to be seen as someone who has the inside track on events when you don't.In the context of the story is it really that important whether the person who brought him in was his brother or another male relative of his? Really?
And for someone who tries to pontificate and say "Facts matter like" as though she's perfect on each and every aspect I didn't describe him as "being psychotic". You also previously posted "Because every time you post that someone told you something it is invariably untrue." and yet I was the one who first (obliquely) posted here who the suspect was as I'd been told something which has since been borne out.
For someone who pontificates with "Facts matter like" it would seem that facts don't really matter like to you