I find John Fernies testimony(http://www.acandyrose.com/06132001fernietestimony.htm) really strange. He states that when he arrived at the house he saw the RN through the glass door leading to the kitchen. He was able to read it from outside. How did the note end up there on the floor?? There is no reason for anyone to take it down there from the main kitchen area. And surely LE would handle it safely when they arrived. As oficer French supposedly arrived there first this just sound strange to me. Didn't officer French get hold of the note first thing when he got there. When did actually Fernie arrive to the house? He also states that he walked around the house leaving footprints in the snow. This means his prints must have mealted away during the morning and then officer Reichenbachs statement that he saw no footprints in the snow dust becomes very important. It does not ring true with Fernies statement if he arrived before Reichenbach. And if he arrived after the RN sure would not be lying around the kitchen area on the floor just by the door. He was called by PR just after 5.52 and before 6.00 when the Whites were called. He lived 3.6 miles away, the roads were hilly and slippery with a thin layer of snowcover. French was on the scene 6.00. How fast could Fernie get there? All this does not make sense to me. Is Fernie lying or is there a plausible explanation for this that I don't see.