On day 5, of the trial transcript, on page 195, Buting notes, and I quote: Q. And that, in fact, at some point during the investigation you were aware that there was someone sent an anonymous letter, that was found at the Green Bay Post Office, that said, body was burnt up in aluminum smelter, 3 a.m., Friday morn, right? I attempted to find this smelter, based upon the various testimonies in the following trial transcripts Day 1: p148 Day 4: p18 Day 5: p195 Day 8: pp130,238 Day 14: p22 Day 18: pp22,28-33,47-48,79-81,234-238 Day 19: p172-174 Day 20: pp148-149,187-188 Day 23: p99,201,205 Day 24: p100-101 along with this pic. From the aerial map view (see rusted roof of small building attached to larger building), it appears this smelter is located near the main salvage yard shop. This leads me to think that Buting & Stang were arguing that Ms. Halbach's remains were destroyed in the smelter, or rather, in the "boiler" (the small burn shed, in front of the smelter, pictured above). Since they are arguing that SA did not murder Ms. Halbach, the only other conclusion I can draw, is that they think one or both of SA's brothers killed her. Esp since the smelter is located directly behind CA's house. That being said, I am interested in other's opinions regarding this.