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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine05 View Post
    Regarding the blood evidence found on one of JY's shoes from his closet --- here is a link to the testimony beginning @ 22:00 (I apologize for not including it earlier)

    http://www.wral.com/specialreports/m...ideo/10736768/
    This shoe was obtained in 2009, years later, in Brevard. It was not "from his closet" of the home in which the 2006 murder was committed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine05 View Post
    I think so much time had gone by and they still had no evidence so they kept looking. As I said in the previous thread -- if it had been Jason's blood found on a shoe, that would have been major CE used to show evidence of guilt but since it was from an unidentified source, it wasn't mentioned at all. The ADA seemed irritated when the Defense brought it up.
    Did they compare the blood on the shoe to the other DNA found at the scene?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boodles View Post
    This shoe was obtained in 2009, years later, in Brevard. It was not "from his closet" of the home in which the 2006 murder was committed.

    BBM. How do you know the shoe wasn't in his closet in 2006?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JusticeFever View Post
    No, I think it will take the same amount of time as Brad's. But, the decision can not come fast enough!
    Actually that is what I said, about the same time as Brad, unless they decide to review. If the SC decides to review, then they will need to go through oral arguments etc. which will take quite a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyBelle View Post
    BBM. How do you know the shoe wasn't in his closet in 2006?
    That's just it. It is believed that it WAS in his closet in '06 and when his stuff was moved out, it was transferred to a storage shed in Brevard and that's when investigators looked at the items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyBelle View Post
    Did they compare the blood on the shoe to the other DNA found at the scene?
    I'm not sure about that. I just know that they entered the profile in CODIS and there wasn't a match. I have wondered about the unidentified DNA in this case -- if anyone ever compared the profiles to see if they matched each other to indicate the same person touched all of the items --- jewelry box, medicine dropper, shoe from JY's closet (blood drop).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boodles View Post
    This shoe was obtained in 2009, years later, in Brevard. It was not "from his closet" of the home in which the 2006 murder was committed.
    That didn't stop them from years later looking for a shirt and a pair of shoes,,,I could never convict someone on something that they did not have as opposed to something that they did have that was linked directly to a crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine05 View Post
    I'm not sure about that. I just know that they entered the profile in CODIS and there wasn't a match. I have wondered about the unidentified DNA in this case -- if anyone ever compared the profiles to see if they matched each other to indicate the same person touched all of the items --- jewelry box, medicine dropper, shoe from JY's closet (blood drop).
    well they should run it again. This crime was eight years ago. It was so heinous, I think the possibility the killer would re-offend would be very high.

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    The date was April 16, 2014 that the attorney general officially petitioned the NC Supreme Court to review Young appeal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine05 View Post
    I think so much time had gone by and they still had no evidence so they kept looking. As I said in the previous thread -- if it had been Jason's blood found on a shoe, that would have been major CE used to show evidence of guilt but since it was from an unidentified source, it wasn't mentioned at all. The ADA seemed irritated when the Defense brought it up.
    I doubt they were looking for Jason's blood. They were looking for MY's blood. It didn't pan out and they moved forward.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine05 View Post
    That's just it. It is believed that it WAS in his closet in '06 and when his stuff was moved out, it was transferred to a storage shed in Brevard and that's when investigators looked at the items.
    Perhaps the blood was from the man he rescued or found on the scene of an accident in Brevard? The reason that he looked for head injuries on his computer? Reportedly he was very upset about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citygirl View Post
    I doubt they were looking for Jason's blood. They were looking for MY's blood. It didn't pan out and they moved forward.
    How would finding MY's blood in JY's closet have helped them solve the case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boodles View Post
    This shoe was obtained in 2009, years later, in Brevard. It was not "from his closet" of the home in which the 2006 murder was committed.
    Yes, it was from Brevard because all of his belongings were transferred to a storage unit there so the shoes were in the home at the time of the murder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citygirl View Post
    Perhaps the blood was from the man he rescued or found on the scene of an accident in Brevard? The reason that he looked for head injuries on his computer? Reportedly he was very upset about that.
    Yes, I imagine most caring people would be upset about seeing a serious injury like that.

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    @ 17:20, Spivey is questioned about his conclusion that the child was likely carried to the bathroom from the master BR due to the minimal amount of blood in the hallway. He saw it firsthand. I think we must trust it as fact that there was not a trail of bloody footprints, otherwise he wouldn't have mentioned it in the search warrant.

    http://www.wral.com/specialreports/m...ideo/10768400/

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