I didn't think he would doctor evidence but in reality the phone bill was given over to NBC. That is not necessarily "tampering with evidence" since NBC isn't the courts. I just think he was desperate to find anyway he could to "connect the dots" for the media to build the narrative.
IMO, he never should have gotten involved with that investigation. I don't understand why the people who follow him are not extremely PO'd. They got played like a Stradivarius by someone whom they trusted.
What a bunch of horse's patoots.
"I didn't think he would doctor evidence but in reality the phone bill was given over to NBC. "
Are we quite sure of that?
I know that there was a PDF of a scan of what appears to be Tracy's T-Mobile bill that was hosted on the server for the NBC O&O in San Francisco, KNTV, but I've never understood how they got involved from all the way on the other side of the continent, and I've wondered if maybe somebody there didn't bribe someone in a T-Mobile West Coast office to do a little unauthorized sharing, or if a little "hacking" was involved.
It would seem that if Martin or Crump were going to voluntarily share that info with anyone it would have been with Gutman and ABC, and ABC does have a picture or video still of a different version of that bill.
Something curious about the NBC PDF, it says the previous billing cycle was from January 19th, 2012 to February 24th, 2012, so you'd expect the bill that covered February 26th to not be generated until March the twenty-somethingth, and so not have been mailed until after Tracy supposedly sat down with it on the evening of Sunday the 19th of March.
(although lately it seems the story has been changing to it having been Saturday the 18th)
Perhaps I just got the impression that it was the mailed statement he was looking at and not that he was doing it online or from a printout from online, but I'd love to be able to ask questions of several people (like Tracy, Sybrina, Crump, and various and sundry people from T-Mobile, ABC, and KNTV) and get straight answers.