This post is speculative and focused on OCSO's statements to the FBI lab about their theory that the "Big Trouble comes in Small Packages" shirt was intentionally placed on Caylee due to the message on it. First - I don't believe the shorts were on Caylee. I believe they were shoved down in the bag. Why do I say this? Because they were 100% cotton and fairly well preserved. That means they had to have a barrier between them and soil, as well as the decomposing body. Now, I will give that one barrier that could have prevented the body from destroying the cotton shorts would have been a pull-up, so there is that possible explanation. Second - I do believe the "Big Trouble" shirt was on Caylee. I believe this because it was 100% cotton and with the exception of the neckband with label and the plastic lettering, was all but gone. But there is a third piece of fabric (lumped in with Q81 "clothing) that is described as: white fabric 4" x 6" with an attached strip of purple fabric - 9.5" x 1" Unfortunately, this is lumped in one evidence number Q81 (which I don't agree was a good idea) that contains the "big trouble" collar and the letters from the "big trouble" shirt. Description of the collar follows: pink and white border/strap fabric with tag attached (this is the "big trouble" collar" See page 1198 of http://www.wftv.com/pdf/21252257/detail.html You can view the unredacted photo of all these things lumped into Q81 on page 1211 of that pdf. Now the problem with lumping them together is that when they did the fiber analysis, they also lumped all fiber into one analysis under the evidence number Q81 which you can read on page 1248 of the pdf. Note that this analysis include the following constituent fibers for the totality of "Q81": pink printed off-white cotton, blue printed off-white cotton, purple off-white cotton, orange printed off-what cotton Okay, the problem here is that the "big trouble" shirt (as far as I know) was a pink shirt - period. There were no "purple strips, stripes" or otherwise. So the 4 x 6 inch white cloth with a purple strip 9.5 inches long isn't from the big trouble shirt. And I don't believe the purple fiber listed in the analysis is from the "big trouble" shirt either...it's from the white cloth with the purple strip. A 4 x 6 inch piece of a 2T shirt (making an assumption it was a second shirt) is a rather large piece to survive. Adding to that, the purple strip is 9.5 x 1" long and it survived as well. That would lead one to believe that this piece of white and purple cloth may have been more protected for a period of time as well. Here is the question (or speculation): Is the OCSO theory that the "big trouble" shirt was intentionally placed on Caylee due to the fact they believe there was a second shirt down in the bag? Is this leading them to believe that Caylee was basically undressed from what she had had on (ante-mortem) and then this "big trouble" shirt placed on her with the ante-mortem clothing just stuffed into the bag? Just an idea to discuss.