A selection of evidence remanded into the custody of Forensics Officer T. R. Douglas for transport to the state crime lab for routine analysis.

 

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did they check the knife for finger prints?

  Dan West
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the blood is pooled that means it was leaking out for a long time

  Dan West
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The knife is probably the weapon used to commit the murder. The foot print suggests that it's a man. The blood shown in the first picture should be anilisted because who knows? It might be different from the victim's...

  Natalie Parrish
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Two weapons. Could there be more than one murderer here?

  monique stewart
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Blood- The blood could be victims, if it checked.
weapon- There was not blood on the weapon, so yes it could be victims self defense
Footprint- footprint could be α false move for all of us by the suspect

  Fab
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Wait a minute the wife lied then because the blood looks like there was no movement because in her interview she said the place was gruesome meaning blood everywhere am a bit conscience with her. Also they need to check for finger prints on the...

Wait a minute the wife lied then because the blood looks like there was no movement because in her interview she said the place was gruesome meaning blood everywhere am a bit conscience with her. Also they need to check for finger prints on the cane and on the knife hopefully no one else who reported the murder didn't touch the evidence.

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  Loveness
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What i'm curious about is the location of the cane before the attack occurred so we can at least have a sense of where the victim would normally store it. Cause if its in a strange location relative to the rest of the crime scene wouldn't it...

What i'm curious about is the location of the cane before the attack occurred so we can at least have a sense of where the victim would normally store it. Cause if its in a strange location relative to the rest of the crime scene wouldn't it give us reason to believe if it was a person they know or not along with whether or not it was really planned out?

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  miranda jean Cole
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Surely it can't be Ashley and grant, as this would be too obvious. The shoe that created the blood stain is off, I think it was a plant due to the fact that we all walk heel to toe, yet no real heel mark. Ashley and Grant came home around the...

Surely it can't be Ashley and grant, as this would be too obvious. The shoe that created the blood stain is off, I think it was a plant due to the fact that we all walk heel to toe, yet no real heel mark. Ashley and Grant came home around the same time...and so on. I really hope it wasn't them and there is much more to the case. Just some thoughts, what do you think?

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  Stephen McKeown
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  barbara
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I believe that the victims wife and son had something to do with his Death, this crime scene shows alot off hesitation, and at the same time a crime of passion, not hate, perhaps Mr Fontaine was changing his will, excluding wife and son, vausing...

I believe that the victims wife and son had something to do with his Death, this crime scene shows alot off hesitation, and at the same time a crime of passion, not hate, perhaps Mr Fontaine was changing his will, excluding wife and son, vausing arguament and they are now each others allibies.......

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