That's hilarious!! (stop making me look up words!)
The murder - if there was one occurred in WY. So the parents can’t be charged with that. But if they helped the suspect allude the cops in FL, that is a separate crime and FL has jurisdiction.
Man, I could write a lot more about it. What you heard above was by no means the end of my personal involvement in this very curious case. But the rest of the story is not germane to the subject at hand soooo...
...guess I'll cut it short right here.
When I lived inside Minneapolis, I had a neighbor who spoke exactly like that. Grew up on a farm in rural Minnesota. Meticulous guy who was retired from Honeywell Aerospace. Married to a casserole-totin' Lutheran farm-wife type who sewed dresses for my kids' dolls. The nicest people who ever lived. That dialect brings a bit of moisture to my eye.My favorite scene from this movie. NAILS the northern Minnesota dialect.
If I was her father and saw him in a dark alley tonight those Twitter legal experts would tell me leave him alone because, "he hasn't yet been charged with a crime."
Interstate.The murder - if there was one occurred in WY. So the parents can’t be charged with that. But if they helped the suspect allude the cops in FL, that is a separate crime and FL has jurisdiction.
There usually is a crime in being an accessory after the fact. That is, providing aid to a suspect, whether he has been charged or not. Is this crime occurred it occurred in FL.
As a "person of interest" there is no harboring case. A person of interest may be a suspect, or a potential witness.
Once an arrest warrant is issued, then it would certainly apply... but I'm not sure how that would apply to them withholding information about actions that took place before the warrant was issued... it could be an ex-post-facto situation.
5A may also apply... can you be compelled to testify against a direct blood family member?