HENRIBOY: I know this may come as a shock, but you cannot hide from the documented record. You can play dumb all you want, but I know that you're fully aware of the following facts.
1) In 1999, the government provided the AFIP with DNA exemplars from both Stoeckley and Mitchell.
2) The exemplars included head hairs from Stoeckley and a tissue sample from Mitchell.
3) Inmate's defense team did not request that DNA exemplars be obtained from Smith, Harris, Mazzerolle, Fowler, and Perry.
4) This indicates that inmate's defense team had NO confidence in these individuals being involved in this horrific crime.
5) None of the 29 DNA exhibits matched the DNA profile of Stoeckley or Mitchell.
As I've mentioned before, the inculpatory DNA test results are merely the icing on the evidentiary cake. Do the math. At the 1979 trial, the prosecution presented over 1,000 inculpatory evidentiary items. This included hair, fiber, finger/palm prints, bloody footprint, fabric damage, and bloody/non-bloody fabric impressions. Despite the cries of protest from inmate's advocates, the prosecution's case at trial has stood the test of time as evidenced by the FACT that inmate remains in his concrete bunker.