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    What I saw wasn't a tat. It was slightly darker than his skin and looked like a comma shape.
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    He had what I call a mouse in the outside corner of his (right eye I think, trying to remember from which angle I saw it). It was barely visible, and IIRC it can be seen when he was standing before the judge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent_scully View Post
    Are you sure you didn't see the blurry image of a tattoo? He has one on each arm left and right. It looks like they circle his arms.
    Please consider this: anticubital area with a hematoma from the phlebotomy performed to retrieve his DNA.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PatientOne View Post
    I also saw what looked to be a very large bruise on his inner left arm, right above the elbow, when he appeared in court yesterday.

    Please consider this: a hematoma created in the antecubital area from the phlebotomy performed at the crime laboratory.


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    I think if his worst injuries were on his neck and back then Annie could have pulled his shirt over his head, which is something that commonly happens in fights


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    Quote Originally Posted by agent_scully View Post
    I've also not seen any obvious scratches in all of the recent photos of RC. If they were bad enough to draw blood, would they already be healed up?

    Or are we thinking the blood was from AL's head? (as head wounds tend to bleed a bit more profusely)
    Given that the incident of the death occurred 9/8/09 and the arrest occurred 9/17/09 and that most superficial cuts heal within 7-10 days, they are probably healed or well on their way to being healed. The level of healing would be significant enough in that a regular press photograph would not exhibit the pale striations.

    Apt statement: head wounds bleed quite profusely as the region is well perfused.


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    Quote Originally Posted by t93 View Post
    From what I understand, they will cut up the area surrounding the body before they will touch the body. Preserving evidence is paramount-even over property remaining intact, debirlfan.


    Absolutely correct and the evidence techs involved in this case are extremely well trained and more importantly, dedicated and competent!


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    Quote Originally Posted by joypath View Post
    Please consider this: a hematoma created in the antecubital area from the phlebotomy performed at the crime laboratory.
    Hi joypath!
    Can I try a translation? (lol)

    "A nice little bruise from his blood draw?"



    Hey...do you think they were extra gentle?

    thx as usual, joypath!
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    I keep having this awful thought that if this fight WAS about the mice, he may have used something to do with the mice equipment to choke her. Like put her head in some door of some kind and close it on her neck.

    okay that's extra terrible, and I'm sorry, but I thought I'd throw it out there, so you can all say "no way" and then, I can sleep at night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma Peel View Post
    Hi joypath!
    Can I try a translation? (lol)

    "A nice little bruise from his blood draw?"



    Hey...do you think they were extra gentle?

    thx as usual, joypath!


    LOL thought I'd be "formal" tonight! Insider info:NO WAY were they delicate, gentile and comforting.....infact, the opportunity to claim "oops the vein rolled, missed and the ever popular, "the vein collapsed" were DEFINITELY considered but....professionalism kicked in!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma Peel View Post
    I keep having this awful thought that if this fight WAS about the mice, he may have used something to do with the mice equipment to choke her. Like put her head in some door of some kind and close it on her neck.

    okay that's extra terrible, and I'm sorry, but I thought I'd throw it out there, so you can all say "no way" and then, I can sleep at night.

    Sleep tonight: mice cage NOT involved


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    Here's a link to a photo that may help those of you discussing the appearance of his inner arms.
    http://www.yaledailynews.com/media/2...k-arraignment/


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    Is there anything reliable out there saying she was dismembered?


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    Will the autopsy also include toxicology tests? In case she was given a sedative before killed? They didn't mention any defensive wounds or bruising on the body, did they?


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    Quote Originally Posted by missyjane77 View Post
    Is there anything reliable out there saying she was dismembered?
    I haven't seen anything reliable or verified.
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