Later that night Meyer and Dr. Andrew Sirotnak, assistant professor of pediatrics returned to re-examine JonBenet's gentitals and they confirmed Meyer's earlier finding of vaginal injury, which according to Lawrence Schiller would be open to interpretation at trial. Also ... 1996-12-29: Search Warrant 755 15 Street, Boulder, Colorado I'm assuming Meyer is not conflating a vaginal injury with sexual contact? When he returns to do the second examination, the results from the splinter as referred to by Steve Thomas would not yet be available? Meyer's prior opinion had been an injury consistent with digital penetration. Along with Dr. Andrew Sirotnak he confirms the vaginal injury, so if the splinter arrived via a finger, e.g. a digit, then did someone stage digital penetration thereby causing a vaginal injury as per Meyer? If all that appears to describe what might have taken place, what do you think about the sexual contact as outlined verbatim by Meyer? .