The Defendant Shot His Father Not to Take His Truck but for the Same Unexplained Reason That He Shot a Little Girl

In Knowles v. State, 632 So. 2d 62, 66 (Fla. 1993), the defendant, who appeared to be "completely gone," first shot a little girl who was a complete stranger to him, without provocation, before shooting his father and taking the truck. Thus, the Court concluded that Knowles could have shot his father, not to take a truck to which he had "free access" prior to the murder, but "for the same unexplained reason that he shot" the little girl.