ATLANTA (AP) — Andrew Scott Haley used the online moniker "catchmekiller" to post a video claiming he killed 16 people, a callous lie that led investigators down dead-end trails and wasted countess hours of detective work, prosecutors said Monday.
Haley admits what he did was wrong, but believes his free speech rights were trampled during his elaborate attempt to get viewers involved in solving a mystery. He asked the Georgia Supreme Court on Monday to overturn his conviction.
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this idiot pretended to be a serial killer and faked a moniker and made a video..
is he mentally ill or just needs attention?
He should be jailed for fraud. That should shut up his mouth from using true freedom of speech to commit a hoax upon citizens and law enforcement.
I'd say he's an audacious criminal, not mentally ill. Just another product of the liberal agenda. Doesn't NEED attention, just uses everyone to get it, just because he CAN.
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