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Old 15th August 2018, 11:57 AM   #194
byn63
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Originally Posted by Henri McPhee View Post
That's sheer ignorance of the facts.
No, YOU are the one who is ignorant of the FACTS.

Originally Posted by Henri McPhee View Post
I have mentioned a bit on this forum in the past about all this stuff about pajama fibers being 'entwined' in blood in the MacDonald case.
there is no way to "entwine" something in blood. what was entwined was a pj fiber and some of Colette's bloody head hairs.

The pj fiber found under Kristen's fingernail was SATURATED IN BLOOD. IT WAS originally believed to be a blood clot. It was only after rinsing it that it became distinguishable as a pj fiber.

Originally Posted by Henri McPhee View Post
MacDonald's wife thinks a human hair with no known source was found under Kristen's fingernail.
What SMQ/cleo knows about the TRUTH in this case can fit into a thimble with plenty of room left over.

Originally Posted by Henri McPhee View Post
The short study is no more accurate then the piece of crap book Fatal Joke. We have spent years disproving both FJ and Bost Short Study. Both of these writings are replete with errors. FJ we've estimated has AT LEAST 1 error for every 5 pages. The book and short study are full of misrepresentation, cut and paste presentation, revisionist history, and outright lies.

There is no doubt that a pj fiber was found under Kristen's fingernail. There is some doubt whether the hair fragment the defense is claiming was actually found there....HOWEVER even if it was, UNSOURCED EQUALS FORENSICALLY USELESS.

What part of the FACT that we all pick up and discard fibers, dirt, sand, skin, and hair as we go about our daily lives. We get them from one place and shed them at another. An unsourced hair fragment has no value BUT a sourced pj fiber covered in the victim's blood is VERY valuable.
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