Could A Parrot Put A Michigan Woman Behind Bars for Murder?
Martin and Glenna Duram were shot at their home in Ensley Township, north of Grand Rapids, last year.
Authorities believed the case to be an attempted double homicide. Martin died, Glenna lived.
But after the family parrot began seemingly repeating what sounds like a domestic argument between a man and a woman, followed by "Don't [expletive] shoot," now Martin's parents, and police, believe his wife Glenna may be the killer.
The Huffington Post reports a parrot expert in San Diego said that it's very possible that the parrot, an African Gray Parrot, basically has PTSD, and in cases much like this one, it's very possible for the parrot to learn phrases in a very short amount of time.
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