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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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the foot print is interesting to me as it would suggest that the killer, or at least one of them is less than six foot tall, has careless habits, is unlikely to have killed before and that they wear a UK size nine shoe.

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what puzzles me is that blob of blood does not look it was stepped in, so how did the blood get on the bottom of the killers shoe. did he get it off the blood on the victim, or there is more blood not shown and I wonder if the body will show...

what puzzles me is that blob of blood does not look it was stepped in, so how did the blood get on the bottom of the killers shoe. did he get it off the blood on the victim, or there is more blood not shown and I wonder if the body will show signs of being kicked and if it does then was it post mortem. This data could tell us a lot about the killer, or at least one of them.

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Cane = A weapon used to hit the victim ( which explains contusions and abrasions on victim's face and victim's body).

A footprint = sneakers? murderer's footprint? Or witness's footprint? footprint of anyone who was in the kitchen during or just...

Cane = A weapon used to hit the victim ( which explains contusions and abrasions on victim's face and victim's body).

A footprint = sneakers? murderer's footprint? Or witness's footprint? footprint of anyone who was in the kitchen during or just after the murder?

Knife = The victim was killed in the kitchen. Is a knife of the kitchenwhiche was used to kill the victim?

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Wasn't the cane the victims? Any signs that the victim defended himself with it?.(did the victim know the killer?)

I agree we need to know if the knife was the victims, or if the killer/s brought it with them.(did the killer/s go there to kill...

Wasn't the cane the victims? Any signs that the victim defended himself with it?.(did the victim know the killer?)

I agree we need to know if the knife was the victims, or if the killer/s brought it with them.(did the killer/s go there to kill the victim?)

I still think the footprint has a lot more to tell us, that is if it is in fact the killers.

Please, anyone fire some ideas at me!!

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The cane was a weapon used to make the victim confused and a little defensless causing abrasions to the head.
The footprint is due to multiple kicks to the face where more abrasions were caused and blood got on to the bottom of the shoe.
The...

The cane was a weapon used to make the victim confused and a little defensless causing abrasions to the head.
The footprint is due to multiple kicks to the face where more abrasions were caused and blood got on to the bottom of the shoe.
The knife puts the actual stabing time in the kitchen explaing the cut on the arm.
All that is needed to be done is to match the type of shoe to the susoects you can most likely rule out a women due to the shoe size and markings. So basically that narrows it done to a couple of men one being Joey the landscaper the other being Coleman and the last being his own damn son or it could be Benito so I say go threw their shoes see if you can match the size and the markings.

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the shape of the blood stain suggests that there were no movement

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I wonder if the footprint could be a plant, due to the fact that all the weight seems to be on the front part of the shoe/trainer which is how it would look if someone wore the shoe on their hand to make it look like the real thing. I am still...

I wonder if the footprint could be a plant, due to the fact that all the weight seems to be on the front part of the shoe/trainer which is how it would look if someone wore the shoe on their hand to make it look like the real thing. I am still really interested in finding out Grants shoe size in case I'm wrong. I mean Grant has no alibi to speak of, has a lot to gain from his fathers death, has no compassion for his brutally murdered father and deflected and dodged throughout the interview. Either way it does not look good for him at the moment. this would also compliment my theory that this was the killers first time, has careless habits, no taller than six foot and no heavier than 13 stone. Although I can't help thinking the wife in it up to her neck. if they were both in on it then it would suggest the planted footprint, as why would they call the cops before making sure there was no incriminating evidence left behind!!

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Why no pictures of the people or of the crime scene, the actual body that is, as I got a lot of my ideas from the previous cases by the photos!! what's happened??

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I wonder if the killer kicked the victim post mortem as I think this would suggest a crime of passion. I mean how angry do you need to be to kick the crap out of a dead guy. where else did the blood on the shoe come from, unless as I said earlier...

I wonder if the killer kicked the victim post mortem as I think this would suggest a crime of passion. I mean how angry do you need to be to kick the crap out of a dead guy. where else did the blood on the shoe come from, unless as I said earlier that the footprint was a plant.

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  1.    Gibson

Think he was bludgeoned around the head first (hence primortem injuries on head and defensive wounds on hands and arms) and then stabbed to finish him off. This could support a theory that it was two killers (wife and step-son in cahoots);...

Think he was bludgeoned around the head first (hence primortem injuries on head and defensive wounds on hands and arms) and then stabbed to finish him off. This could support a theory that it was two killers (wife and step-son in cahoots); rarely does one killer use two methods to kill. They also have buckets of motive, apart from the glaring fact that she has daddy issues...and indeed, so does he

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  1.    CBrennan

Yes I agree that it is looking more and more like two people involved. I think the victim got into an argument with one individual and he grabs his gun, but before he fires it the second hits him above the wrist probably with the cane and the...

Yes I agree that it is looking more and more like two people involved. I think the victim got into an argument with one individual and he grabs his gun, but before he fires it the second hits him above the wrist probably with the cane and the shot goes off but hits no-one. Then the person who he aimed the gun at moves in with the knife and finishes him off. However the bruises on his knuckles could mean he pounched something or someone in anger. I would love to know if there are any marks or injuries on either his wife or Grant, and on it goes!

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The footprint looks as if it is staged to me, incriminating someone other than the actual perp,

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