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Online Holly Goodhead

Who Decided Which Blood Stained Exhibits Dr Lincoln Inspected?
« on: October 08, 2018, 01:56:15 PM »
Dr Lincoln was a defence expert instructed by the defence pre trial.  His expertise is in blood serology.  He visited FSS to inspect blood stained exhibits including victims' blood samples. 

The following is a list of blood stained exhibits which he examined:

Silencer
Rifle
SC's nightdress
Blue socks
2 carpet samples from main bedroom
2 samples of fibre taken from landing carpet
Wallpaper in hall
NB's watch
NB's car
JB's jacket
JB's bathrobe


Why did he not examine and include in his report for the defence the bible and pull-through? 

Did the defence provide a list of blood stained exhibits to be examined or did the FSS decide which blood stained exhibits Dr Lincoln was able to examine?
England Women's National Football Team:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xyZlw6nFJ4

Sir David Attenborough added: "They always mean beautiful things like hummingbirds. I always reply by saying that I think of a little child in east Africa with a worm burrowing through his eyeball. The worm cannot live in any other way, except by burrowing through eyeballs. I find that hard to reconcile with the notion of a divine and benevolent creator."

Online Holly Goodhead

Re: Who Decided Which Blood Stained Exhibits Dr Lincoln Inspected?
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2018, 03:17:16 PM »
According to FSS the pull-through didn't contain any evidence of blood hence there was no reason for Dr Lincoln to examine it.  Numpty!
England Women's National Football Team:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xyZlw6nFJ4

Sir David Attenborough added: "They always mean beautiful things like hummingbirds. I always reply by saying that I think of a little child in east Africa with a worm burrowing through his eyeball. The worm cannot live in any other way, except by burrowing through eyeballs. I find that hard to reconcile with the notion of a divine and benevolent creator."