Well, that and the the fact that people only have one pelvis, femur, skull, set of teeth, etc. The coroner up there has felt with these types of findings too many times to be clueless.I guess what I really mean is that LE is telling us that they only have bones and teeth to work with as evidence. Those bones and teeth must have been located in seperate enough positions in order for them to say “two victims” “only ashes” at the same time. Because I don’t think they have had enough time to sort/sift thru the whole car and count bone pieces as well as attempt dna on them to identify if they have 1,2 or 3 victims. Make sense?
Here is an article about the coroner process in the case I was referencing here,
Kathleen Ryan. Found Deceased - WI - Kathleen Ryan, adult, teacher, car found burned with body inside, St. Francis, 2 Feb 2019
Burned beyond recognition: Illinois coroner works to ID remains found in Milwaukee teacher’s car