Can you please specify or screenshot with links exactly what you’re referring to?
I’m not understanding the speculation.
Sorry, I'm not meaning to speculate anything.
My question about CB's dna sample was in reference to the discussion on the previous page between Snively and Woodland.
Without her body or a definitively known DNA sample of EB's, law enforcement and the crown are never allowed to say the blood belonged to her even though it's a more than reasonable assumption that it is hers.
It just appears to me that Woodland wouldn't be suggesting the possibility of it not being her blood if it was known that CB had given a DNA sample and it was compared to and excluded as the donor of the blood in the car.
So I'm very curious as if there is any factual evidence stating that this event did happen, and if it didn't happen, why not.
Seems like a standard elimination procedure, if not for law enforcement, then it should have definitely been for the crown so it doesn't leave any wiggle room for the defense team to maneuver against a jury.
"So a person very close to the case won’t go on record with the Toronto Star and name who he suspects."
Just wanted to comment on your statement here.
I don't think it's a case of this person "won't" go on record with the TS, rather than he "can't" go on record with the TS in naming someone he suspects to be the person responsible because he and probably the TS would be hit with a defamation lawsuit.