Thank you, most helpful of youDepends which side of the case you're on. It was evidence for the prosecution. The defence relied on the blood from the nostril to explain it. I believe this is being re-examined to see if the spatter on SJ's clothes contains any bone tissue. If it does that would suggest spatter directly from blunt force impact, i.e. SJ would have to be at the scene when the attack took place. I'm sure that evidence would be contested also.