Thank you, that's interesting, so I guess it's safe to say it was the hired "team" that agreed on mm, as if it was so obvious, it took them no time to come to the mm conclusion, right after the second autopsies by the hired pathologist. Coincidentally, that was exactly what the people that hired them wanted to hear. I too am curious to learn what injuries were found on Barry, if he was indeed murdered, he would have put up some fight, no? Defensive wounds in hands? Nail scratches on face? Where the Shermans wearing their winter gloves? How about their cellphones, Honey's purse, Barry's glasses, car keys, etc? So many questions, we have heard so little about the important details. From the little we've been told, it seems the "conclusion" stems from the "wrist markings" and just lately we heard about other markings on neck, not from leather belts. The theory is the plastic ties were removed by the alleged perp(s) to make it look like ms. The jackets pulled back over their arms is so bizarre, the perp(s) would have been manipulating and touching their bodies and clothing so much. Surely there has to be lots of physical, dna, forensic evidence left by the assailant(s) at the scene(s). If what they are telling us is accurate, then the perp(s) must have spent so much time in the house, first waiting for Honey to come back home, then waiting for Barry to come back home 3 hours later. Then doing all the "clean-up" (removal of ties, moving of body(ies) to the pool area, staging as ms, disposing of ties, etc.) Someone said the perp(s) must have come prepared, which makes me wonder if they mean the perp(s) had backpacks on. Were the alleged perp(s) wearing adult diapers or did they bring along some kind of portable potty? After so many hours, the perp(s) surely would have needed a potty break?