If you thought that the justice system works reasonably well, guess again. Innocent people are often put away for a crime they didn't commit while a questionable judge or jury lets a killer get away with murder.
Turnbaugh was high as a kite when he confessed to murdering Declan Lyons. But given his state of mind and the fact that he claimed to be responsible for the 9/11 attacks, the jury thought he wasn't serious and he was acquitted. In 2011 he admitted to killing Lyons once again but the double jeopardy law applied and he couldn't be prosecuted for the crime twice.