I really dont want to type it all over again or search for my many posts on this, but the experts on the chloroform did not contradict each other. This was explained in great detail by Jeff Ashton. I am so tired of seeing this repeated when its not true. Dr Vass saw shockingly high levels of chloroform based on what he is used to studying, which is only decomposing bodies. He sometimes sees small levels of chloroform that comes from decomp, but the levels in KC's trunk were shockingly high compared to those, so much so that it did not come just from the decomposing body. There was chloroform in the trunk. The other expert was a chemist that, unlike Dr Vass, studied all kinds of different situations, not just decomposing bodies. He studied differrent environments, liquids, etc and had seen chloroform found before in those levels. Which is why to him it was not "shockingly" high, because he has tested all kinds of things and has seen chloroform before. However, he still explained it was in high enough levels to conclude that there was chloroform in that trunk. Especially considering that much time had passed, the trunk had been aired out, and most of the chloroform would have evaporated. The fact that there was any left to detect means that most likely there was a high level to begin with. He said that sometimes chloroform can come from cleaning products. But if that is what happened here, why would Baez not present the cleaning product Casey supposedly use, and show that chloroform is an ingredient in it? Or have someone testify that something in it made chloroform? You think in a life or death case he would have just held on to that info? On top of that, we have Casey searching How to Make Chloroform. We are supposed to believe that is a coincidence, even if it was only once? I sincerely hope that people stop saying that the experts contradicted each other, I think that is disingenuous at that point after hearing the explanation.