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    Everything cement

    discuss cement here


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    Not sure if this is the right product

    http://www.quickrete.com/PDFs/SPEC_DATA-ConcreteMix.pdf

    Listing of all quikrete product data sheets
    http://www.quikrete.com/OnTheJob/SpecData.asp


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    "Make sure all your materials, as well as a water supply, are located as close as possible to your work project. You don't want to be lugging sand or cement bags across the yard each time you mix a new batch. "

    Perhaps why burial site was so close to shore?

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    This report verifies that a bag for cement was found at the burial site:

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/19662141/detail.html

    UPDATED: 12:16 am EDT June 7, 2009

    Evidence Collected At River May Lead To Killer

    ...A key piece of evidence collected at the site is a 90-pound bag of cement.

    Only a few stores in the area sell 90-pound bags of cement. The Kuhlman Cement Company, which is located behind the home of the person of interest George Kennedy, sells 90-pound bags of cement.

    Also, it appears that the fence outside the cement company was recently cut.

    Doug Blause from the Monroe ACE Hardware said investigators asked him Friday if he sold 90-pound bags of cement, but his hardware store sells only 60-pound bags.

    Investigators continue to look at surveillance images at other hardware stores in the area.
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    i am so hoping they can get some additional evidence from the concrete bag. would fingerprints stick to that kind of paperish material the bags are made from?


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    Quote Originally Posted by joga View Post
    i am so hoping they can get some additional evidence from the concrete bag. would fingerprints stick to that kind of paperish material the bags are made from?
    Sure would! Besides that, there should be some good prints with the amount of pressure the fingers would have had on the bag as it is heavy. I do hope prints have been recovered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaLaw2000 View Post
    Sure would! Besides that, there should be some good prints with the amount of pressure the fingers would have had on the bag as it is heavy. I do hope prints have been recovered.

    that's AWESOME!


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    Quote Originally Posted by LaLaw2000 View Post
    Sure would! Besides that, there should be some good prints with the amount of pressure the fingers would have had on the bag as it is heavy. I do hope prints have been recovered.

    Hi LeLaw, And since the killer tossed the bag, he probably wouldn't have tried to wipe prints off it.

    Thinking of the latex glove, he may have been wearing it. But I doubt he would have had it on when he bought the bag of cement. I think he was kind of disorganizes and sloppy, so still think there is a very good chance his prints would be somewhere on that bag.

    Wouldn't you think by now they would have that evidence processed? Know whose prints were on the bag besides the stocker at the store?


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    If the perp attempted to burn the latex glove, why wouldn't he have attempted to burn the concrete bag too? I don't think the glove belonged to the perp. I think someone who fished in the spot previously had a fire going and threw the glove in when they were finished with it. Most people don't reuse surgical gloves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    If the perp attempted to burn the latex glove, why wouldn't he have attempted to burn the concrete bag too? I don't think the glove belonged to the perp. I think someone who fished in the spot previously had a fire going and threw the glove in when they were finished with it. Most people don't reuse surgical gloves.

    I think I agree with you Chilly about the glove. It is also hard to imagine a criminal drawing attention to himself by lighting a fire, don't you think?

    I have never heard of fishermen using latex gloves, but it's been a while since I've fished. I have heard of latex gloves used during certain kinds of sex tho


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    Quote Originally Posted by scandi View Post
    I think I agree with you Chilly about the glove. It is also hard to imagine a criminal drawing attention to himself by lighting a fire, don't you think?

    I have never heard of fishermen using latex gloves, but it's been a while since I've fished. I have heard of latex gloves used during certain kinds of sex tho
    During sex acts Do tell

    I agree, the perp did not start the fire and did not wear the gloves. I also don't think it was his beer can, I think it was left there by another fisherman. Disposing of a body is serious business, a person would most likely not down a few beers while doing so.

    Surgical gloves are cheap. People who build models often use them to avoid getting oily finger prints on the plastic. In this case I think the glove belonged to a woman. Men usually aren't reluctant to touch icky slimy stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    During sex acts Do tell

    I agree, the perp did not start the fire and did not wear the gloves. I also don't think it was his beer can, I think it was left there by another fisherman. Disposing of a body is serious business, a person would most likely not down a few beers while doing so.

    Surgical gloves are cheap. People who build models often use them to avoid getting oily finger prints on the plastic. In this case I think the glove belonged to a woman. Men usually aren't reluctant to touch icky slimy stuff.

    Anal sex , and not necessarily fishermen, but someone who would go there for that purpose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by scandi View Post
    Anal sex , and not necessarily fishermen, but someone who would go there for that purpose.
    I had to ask


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    I had to ask
    I know, awful, eh? xox


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    I have a question about the cement - why bother to "bury the body" and then cover it with cement? It was obviously, a very shallow grave, but the concept of lugging a bag of cement mix down that hillside and then using the river water to "mix" it in the grave is nagging at the corners of my mind. First of all..... after you have murdered a child, when does the idea of using cement and the river enter your brain??? I don't think it would enter your brain at all; unless you were already VERY familiar with that river, and had frequently used cement for other purposes. Why wouldn't you just dig the grave a bit deeper in a more remote area?? The very CONCEPT of using cement seems to be important to this case.


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