Who does the brown hair belong too or as one of our moderators said “Someone got some splaining to do”.
What the Orange County crime scene investigators and the FBI needs is to match is Caucasian head hair, dark brown, fine 5″ long.
In a case that the D.A. office has released ten of thousand of pages a month in a public trial of Casey Anthony, why do they fight to release some of the information to Anthony’s defense team?
The FBI released it to the Casey Anthony defense team ONLY upon request and then not until April 5, 2010.
Report requested on March 17, 2009 from Linda Kenney Baden Esq. file material from the Trace Evidence Unit. This material includes bench notes, computer printouts, and other specific information regarding the case.
The Sheriff’s department submitted seven crime scene investigators hair samples on three different days, under names on two dates and just by numbers on another dates.
The additional hair and other specimens were received on November 25, 2009, December 8, 2009 and December 9, 2009.
The following specimens were submitted under cover of communication dated November 24, 2009 and examined in the Trace Evidence Unit (Hair and Fiber).
Seven crime scene investigators (extensive hair samples)
A Shop Vac Vacuum (Anthony home)
2 Steam Cleaners (Anthony home)
A vacuum cleaner (Anthony home)
And a plastic bag. (Anthony home)
On November 30, 2009 examined by the Trace Unit (Hair and Fiber) Items resubmitted for testing: TEU secondary evidence.
This report states it supplements FBI laboratory reports dated August 1, 2008, August 6, 2008, August 13, 2008, September 12, 2008, October 6, 2008, October 15, 2008, October 21, 2008, November 6, 2008, December 19, 2008, January 27, 2009 and June 25, 2009.
Human hairs with characteristics of apparent decomposition; however, none were found.
The previously reported Caucasian head hair found on specimen is microscopically dissimilar to the head hairs compromising the seven crime scene investigators and it matched none of them.
Crime scene investigators originally found the 5″ of hair and eliminated the seven crime scene investigators Scene was processed on Dec. 11 through Dec. 20. The hair sample was submitted to the FBI on Dec. 13, 2008.
Then there is the canvas laundry bag similar to the one that Caylee Anthony’s remains were in; well the finger prints on that excluded Casey Anthony, George Anthony, Cynthia M. Anthony and Lee A. Anthony. So the fingerprints do not belong to anyone in the Anthony family.
The hair does not belong to Caylee Anthony, Casey Anthony, George Anthony, Cynthia M. Anthony or Lee Anthony. Now they have eliminated all of the crime scene investigators, so who does the hair belong too?
Remember that very important piece of duct tape? The one that was so important to compare hair samples and fingerprints too? Well somewhere between the Orange County Sheriff’s Office crime scene investigators and by the time the FBI had completed the examination that piece of duct tape had been contaminated and so it shows nothing that can be introduced, how convenient is that?
Then you have the reports of Texas Equu Search, stating that on August 28, 2008 and the first part of September 2008 that because of a tropical storm the water where the remains were found was at least waist high to they did not search that area while in Florida.
However, Roy Kronk saw the bag with something white (like a skull) on two days in the middle of August 2008 and after all of that flooding went back on a “hunch” and found the remains on December 11, 2008, so why had the bag not floated a tad with the current of the water? Has Kronk given a sample of his 5” brown hair to be excluded? I am not saying Roy Kronk killed or put Caylee’s body there, I do feel like something with Kronk smells fishy.
This is the danger when cases are tried in the public media of the infotainment world on Nancy Grace, Geraldo and Greta Van Susteren, Fox and Headline News Infotainment.
Can Casey Anthony get a fair trial anywhere in Florida or for that matter in the United States?
I will be adding links of other papers released today added to this article but the hair analysis jumped out at me and I wanted to get this up first.
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May 10, 2010
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