Maybe. It's a stretch to put LW in a Commodore. Possible but unlikely. Personally I'm sceptical about the Commodore fibres. I think there's just as much chance macro are trying to give the impression to a POI they are on the wrong trail. 1. JR's body lay outdoors through winter weather right next to a creek (i.e. she was in a spot where water would run into the creek) for 54 days. I've previously researched and posted the data on how long fibres would stay on a body after contact and the general consensus by experts is a few hours. This was 54 days and it was claimed there was so much fibre Macro were able to determine she can't have been sitting in a seat normally (i.e. she was either in the back of the station wagon or on the floor). 2. Apparently these fibres were misplaced and only discovered during the 2004 Schramm Review. A review that only uncovered a handful of things to investigate. Then we're expected to believe they misplaced it again. I can understand it getting lost early in the investigation (over 100k bits of evidence) but a second time when they only hand a handful? The whole Commodore fibre thing doesn't pass the sniff test. I'd like to get a bit more confirmation before I buy into this one.