Evidence as plain as day that all three were present: 1) Adam *admits* to police (and on videotape with polygrapher) he was physically present all night at the Spreckels mansion the night/morning Rebecca was murdered; he even *admits* he found her hanging and cut her down with a knife he took from the Spreckels mansion kitchen; 2) Nina *admits* to police and the media (CBS8 via audio interview) that she was physically present at the Spreckels mansion during timeframe Rebecca was murdered; 3) Dina is physically observed by a whole family of impartial eyewitnesses (unrelated to Zahaus or Shacknai/Romanos) to be at the Spreckels mansion during timeframe Rebecca was murdered; eyewitness even states that he saw Dina "acting bizarrely" at front door while carrying a large black bag and that he saw Dina walking to back of Spreckels mansion too. How's that for physical evidence? All three defendants (Dina, Nina and Adam) had *motive, opportunity, and means* to murder Rebecca. Jury is not stupid. They will put two-and-two together and see that some combination of these defendants tortured, humiliated, and killed Rebecca. In this case, both circumstantial and physical evidence proves (to me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, beyond reasonable doubt) but in this civil case, Zahau lawyers only need to prove by a *preponderance of evidence* (that means just slightly more than 50% more likely than not) that Rebecca was heinously and sadistically murdered by a combo of the three defendants. That, my friends, mean Dina and Nina and Adam must all be *****ting in their pants (pardon french) and running scared right about now. Happy holidays!