Also there was DNA in this case, it just doesn't match JY.
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There has never been anyone arrested in the Neilsen case, and plenty of unidentified dna in this case.
I hope the defense is ready to tackle it all this week and leaves nothing to chance.
Wish I had a cheat sheet on their witness list..
That is one of the major holes in the case from the first trial that was not patched up in the second.
I think the two sets of shoe prints are a big part of why there was a hung jury in the last trial. We can rationalize away on here that JY wore them both or whatever, but I don't think a jury is going to speculate like that. I do realize that the jury can conclude that JY was there and that they just don't know who the other person was - and in that case the jury might accept that the hush puppy prints belonged to JY and not worry about the other prints.
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Another by LabCorp. 4 /16 markers, mixture of more than one. Excluded MY & JY.
Jay's DNA was all over the sheet-rock, in low areas near the beating.
Where was any other unmatched DNA at this crime scene?
With that horrific scene, I would expect the killer to deposit his DNA in multiple places..... and he did.
Whether or not they conclude that JY was there or that the two sets create reasonable doubt remains to be seen.
I must disagree.
The ME put her TOD as being between 12:00am - 6:00am.
That means that this murder could of occurred at any point during this time. LE and the PT came up with a theory then worked to gather evidence to support this theory of which many believe to be what has happened.
They find a witness whom has memory issues, has changed her story a number of times specifically the ability to describe JY as being the individual that came into the gas station.
In the hearing she could not even describe if he was bald etc.
Her testimony and the ability of LE/PT to back this up is critical.
The prosecution does not need to have every single piece to the puzzle (only the killer has that). They only need enough pieces for the jury to see what the puzzle shows. Hopefully, they can see that the puzzle pieces the prosecution have put together make it clear that it shows that JY is guilty.