Every prosecutor knows you can't make a closing argument that comments on the defendant's failure to testify. And if you ask a defendant a question during closing when you know he can't answer, you have no clue what you are doing. (The arrow points out the prosecutor's legal reasoning.)
Anyway, Trent Archie's conviction for murder is bouncing around in Texas appellate orbit with it already being determined that the prosecutor screwed up. The only issue remaining was whether he should get a new trial.
So what does the defendant do? He escaped yesterday.