MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED:
7/23/2014

Andrew Needham, FTEE
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Fingerprint Analysis; Serology; Trace Evidence Analysis

Case #: 002223-14G-2014

Case Description: Andrew Fine homicide investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong

 

Summary of Preliminary Evidence Analysis

 

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The shovel doesn't look like it has done much work.?
So if Cindy did the digging where are her finger prints.??
Plus the Coleman lantern also looks new, and appears to have been used outside, so was it used when digging the grave.??

  Di.
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It is interesting about the unidentified fingerprints.
And Cindy herself has also handled the boxes of bullets.
Cindy needs to shed light on whoever is this unidentified person.
Because there is unidentified fingerprints at the farmhouse.

  Di.
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The trace amounts of blood in the Fine car on both the drivers side and on the front passengers side door are both B+ which is the same blood types of both Carl and Cindy Fine.

  Di.
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Thank-you, cfp, for highlighting that Carl also has B+ blood. I had forgotten that! I had been assigning all B+ blood to Cindy...Back to re-reading!LOL!

  lgillette
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The unidentified prints could be from a store stocker and clerk too

  mari
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How was his hand cut, what type of tool was use to remove that hand, this murder was a rage killing, because I feel everybody that was interviewed all played a part of killing Andrew Fine. Because they all sound guilty. Because Andrew had a lot...

How was his hand cut, what type of tool was use to remove that hand, this murder was a rage killing, because I feel everybody that was interviewed all played a part of killing Andrew Fine. Because they all sound guilty. Because Andrew had a lot of enemies, I feel probably all invited to the farm, make look like they were gonna party there, when he arrived, they executed plan to murder him. Because too me it would have too a group to take Andrew Down. [code type="xml"]How was his hand cut, what type of tool was use to remove that hand, this murder was a rage killing, because I feel everybody that was interviewed all played a part of killing Andrew Fine. Because they all sound guilty. Because Andrew had a lot of enemies, I feel probably all invited to the farm, make look like they were gonna party there, when he arrived, they executed plan to murder him. Because too me it would have too a group to take Andrew Down. [/code]How was his hand cut, what type of tool was use to remove that hand, this murder was a rage killing, because I feel everybody that was interviewed all played a part of killing Andrew Fine. Because they all sound guilty. Because Andrew had a lot of enemies, I feel probably all invited to the farm, make look like they were gonna party there, when he arrived, they executed plan to murder him. Because too me it would have too a group to take Andrew Down.

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