*I'm cross posting this from the main thread so that people can readily find this and hopefully add to it when discussing this evidence in particular. If it's a problem, I understand if you need to delete it.* I had a chance to review some of the testimony regarding the pajamas CY was found in. Day 6, part 7: http://www.wral.com/specialreports/michelleyoung/video/10725048/ beginning @ 9:00, the evidence is discussed - CY's t-shirt, pants and fleece shirt -- all clothing she was wearing that day. 1) The t-shirt had NO visible blood whatsoever. Agent Holley tested it for chemical presence of blood and it was negative. 2) The fleece shirt - no visible blood --- Agent Holley tested it for chemical presence of blood and it was positive. 3) The pajama pants - It is interesting to me that the blood was found on the bottom of the left and right pant legs and on the seat of the pants. To me, this indicates that she was wearing these when she was standing next to the body and certainly when the prints were made in the bathroom. It sounds like the blood was visible but very light --- this indicates that they were possibly washed. I can't imagine how she was able to avoid getting even a trace of blood on her shirt as it was all over her hands. Maybe the shirt was washed too and no stains remained. 4) Two socks were found. One was bloody; one was not. Agent Holley @ 41:00 http://www.wral.com/specialreports/m...ideo/10735811/ Images of pajamas ________________________________________________________ Regarding prints in the hallway --- Day 6, part 1 --- @ 39:00, there is discussion of some small prints on the carpeting leading into the bathroom. There is no discussion or video footage of a trail of prints from the body to that area right outside the bathroom. It is very difficult to see these due to the lighting.http://www.wral.com/specialreports/michelleyoung/video/10723727/ I heard several times at trial that there is NO trail of CY's footprints and that is what is puzzling when considering the child wandering around alone. As well, there is absolutely no blood in her bedroom. They used a crime scene imager to identify blood in the room. None. If she's running around loose for 10 hours, she wouldn't have gone into her room at all?