Obviously, I could be totally wrong. But something about this OK shooting scenario is bugging me, given that only one of the three has confessed, and that the oldest kid is getting charged as a juvenile, while the other two are getting hung out to dry. "We were bored and wanted to kill somebody" is just such a classic example of how cops think people think, right up there with "wilding" and "satanic rituals", and making a teenager confess falsely is a cakewalk. I'll be interested to see how this develops. If there turns out to be tons of physical evidence linking them to the crime, then I'm wrong. If not, I'm going to smell a gigantic rat.