posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 02:16 PM
Probably need 3mperorConstantinE to come back to get it going again. And I believe he did say he still has something big to bring up. But I'll add
to my comments on the DNA that I looked at for what little it's worth.
I looked at the additional results in another report for the 22 rifle and the car door handles. The only good match they got was for Adam on the
stock of the 22. And that tells us exactly nothing (because it's his gun, or his Mom's). They said they couldn't exclude Adam on the forend sample,
even though the match wasn't that good, but that isn't important. What might be important is who else left DNA on the weapon (other than the lab
They only got results for one marker on the door handles. I would have thought they would say that wasn't enough to compare, but they excluded both
Adam and Nancy based on just that one marker. OK, that's fine. But what I see as more interesting is the two door handle samples from front and
rear doors also don't match each other. So possibly someone else opened the back door not the driver, neither of which is Adam or Nancy. It's
really hard to assign any more significant meaning to these results without a quality sample that matches someone.
Now maybe I'll dig around later in the mass of reports for some more anomalies. Although, answers would be better than just more questions; we got
plenty of those already.
edit on 6-6-2014 by toidiem because: can't type