Hi all. I don't post here much and I just recently took an interest in this case. Two things kind of stand out to me and I thought I'd share. Sorry if this may have already been discussed. First about the garrotte. I read all the analysis that said it wouldn't work. So I made my own and put it around my husband's wrist. Yes, he loves me that much . Anyway, when I pull it his arm and fisted hand twists and comes toward me. I have to put my other hand on his fist to get any type of leverage. So, IMO, the bruise/contusion below JBR's ear in the autopsy photo could have been cause by a ring twisted backwards. So I wonder what jewery PR, JR, and others were wearing that night particularly on their left hands. Second. The way JR carried JBR up the stairs bothers me. He said its because he wanted to save his baby, ect ect. A kind of loving father thing. BUT a loving father IMO would have cradled the body and not held her around the waist apart from his own body. Recently, we had our dear puppy dog put down. It happened after midnight last Monday. We brought him home from the vet and buried him the next morning. I can still see my husband cradling that 90 lb great dane as he carried him out to his grave. Full rigor mortis had sent in. That IMO is a picture of a man that loves his baby. The picture in my mind of JR carrying JBR up the stairs, her arms high above her head and her head above his is the picture of a man that really didn't want to touch her dead body (nothing wrong with that, I couldn't touch the puppy) but needs to bring her upstairs for some other reason. In other words I don't buy his reasoning for moving JBR and destroying the crime scene.