a) the state wanted us to believe that was Jason's print in the spatter, until the defense expert said there was no palm print belonging to JY
b) that the reason JY did not have any injuries to his hands because he was wearing gloves.
But, the cause of death remains blunt force, which definitely means not done with bare hands, lol. I don't see what kind of marks that would leave on your hands, especially if gloves were worn. Am I right to say the poster stated this was not testimony, if was a FBI guy talking about the case, not in the courtroom, under oath ?
The assumption is that you run completely out of gas and get much better gas mileage than the Explorer showed it got on several other tanks of gas. I know I would not run my vehicle to the last drop, especially if I had just killed my wife. I suspect that presentation was compelling to the jury.
Yes I said it wasn't in court under testimony.... Im sorry but a beating like MY had would leave something on the murderer...
Last edited by Salem; 03-03-2012 at 08:28 PM. Reason: don't be snarky please.
The Pros tried to imply that Jason still had bloody clothes and the weapon for miles and miles until he supposedly got gas at King,NC.
Can you imagine running out of gas with evidence from the crime scene you just left?
Collins gas mileage chart was excellent both times at the trial, so much so, that the Pros felt the need to answer it this time
The last time they were caught off guard, but Collins got them again.
and i sincerely hope that the man's loved ones have cooperated with police (with legal counsel if desired) and they hope that there IS an arrest.
if they instead fled town without asking what happened to him and wanted to disappear...
just my opinion - apply as needed
That would have made more sense, in his plan, to have a gas can..(s)
But, I don't buy the gas stop in King, NC, because they never found the other gas stop he would have had to made, on the other side
How lucky was LE to just find one gas stop with a cash receipt, no video surveillance, and a witness who was never found.