WTF else do you think solitary confinement is?!!! LMAO Nevertheless: YOU put forth that he COULD recant and chooses not to. It's up to YOU to prove he has such opportunity.. He's not been in a courtroom in several years since his trial was abrubtly terminated. I can't think of ANY records of ANY statements made by him since then, nor any records of him being ANYWHERE else except locked away in a small cell in solitary confinement. Yet you claim you are priivy to what he thinks even to this day. You can try to switch the burden of proof, but you just fail as usual.. You need to focus on proving he has the opportunity to recant and chose not to. Godspeed.