Now i know he was not saying that it was caused by a hand.. but Im not sure the DT would have wanted him to use that comparison.. as it brought to mind someone hands doing it to me...
Is it just me or did anyone else go there in their heads...
That is exactly what came to my mind as well. lol
In Session Lopez calls his next witness: Bridget Bertrand. She is a captain with the Illinois State Police. In 2009, she spoke to Kristin Anderson phone calls she claimed to have made to the Illinois State Police. Ms. Anderson stated she had called the headquarters and stated she had some information into the investigation of the death of Kathleen Savio . . . I spoke to a number of police officers assigned to the building, and asked if anyone recalled speaking to Ms. Anderson. None of the officers I spoke to recalled speaking to Ms. Anderson. Were you able to speak to people on duty on March 10, 2004? Yes. I believe it was 17 people. She names several of them. What is a telecommunicator? Its a dispatcher. Did you speak to three who were working on March 10, 2004? Yes.
Where is the defense expert on rough sex that could have caused the bruises to KS? :waitasec:
Oh, that would eliminate the real reason how she got the bruises, which was her tremendous, mid-air slip. NM:waitasec:
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The witness has been excused, and the jurors are gone for the day. Judge Burmila asks the defendant to stand, and informs him that he has a right to testify or not to testify. At the end of your case, Im going to ask you whether or not youll want to testify. Peterson: I understand, Sir.
Here is MY summary of DiMaio:
DiMaio: Nothing unusual about placement of Savio's toes. "It's just pure chance how the toes are."..
DiMaio told jurors Savio's final position in the tub is not unusual, that it was just pure chance: Shes too tall for the tub...
Re: horizontal laceration on head, DiMaio says orientation is "pure chance." ..
To a degree, its chance . . . the problem with the head is its a round surface with some flat areas .