From the Globe and Mail 18 Mar 2014. But a Toronto police document has surfaced that casts doubt on Mr. Baltovich's conviction and raises questions about why it was not previously turned over to his lawyers. Notes from a 1990 interview of two experts at the Centre of Forensic Sciences conducted by Detective Sergeant Brian Raybould indicate that the forensic evidence was not consistent with Ms. Bain being killed, her body hidden and then transported in her car more than two days later. At the meeting with the forensic experts, Mr. Raybould's notes say he was told Ms. Bain's car contained more blood than there should be from a body that had decomposed for two or three days. The blood smears would have been darker, and there was no odour, which was inconsistent with a decomposing body placed inside. Lawsuit uncovers new evidence in Elizabeth Bain murder mystery So CFS said (from the beginning) that a body lying on the ground for 2-3 days was not placed in EB's car. Imo - no debris, ie dirt, leaves, decomp material was found. My interpretation is - no body was ever placed EB's vehicle.