Once again- Mayer reached NO conclusion about what may have caused the bleeding he simply wrote what he found. Stating that she had been wiped by a cloth, to me, is an observation, not a conclusion. We still have nothing in writing from the coroner about how these injuries (and the resulting bleeding) were caused. But if it makes you feel better, call it a "conclusion". To me, a conclusion is the "end"- a final statement. The final part of this observation is missing- as there is nothing that indicated the cause.
Originally Posted by UKGuy
For the record, I prefer Mayer's WRITTEN observations over those spoken to those present at the autopsy. I think most people would agree.
I doubt Mayer would agree, under oath or not, that JB was wearing the size 12 panties before she was wiped down. There would have been more blood on them, and the blood on the panties would be in a different location. This he has already said- that the blood drops do not match the area on her body where she had been wiped down. I simply cannot spin it any other way and simply cannot see how there is anything that indicates she was wearing them before she was wiped down.
Here is my timeline:
1. assault causing bleeding occurs
2. bleeding necessitated wiping
3. panties needed replacing.
4. replacement panties found in basement, wrapped up in a gift box, possibly with other items.
5. size 12 panties put on JB.
THIS time, we get it RIGHT!
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