The lab compared fingerprints from the crime scene with fingerprint exemplars from potential suspects.

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Joe Wilson and Jack Thompson's fingerprints I understand (they are both employees), but why are Ed's fingerprints on the dumpster?

  Tralpat
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Oh, Ed, Ed, Ed.....
But Bernice threw out a cup. We know people hung out there in the back. I don't think that's very promising. We know from answers elsewhere that there was nothing unusual in the dumpster.
Let's not forget though, Where is his...

Oh, Ed, Ed, Ed.....
But Bernice threw out a cup. We know people hung out there in the back. I don't think that's very promising. We know from answers elsewhere that there was nothing unusual in the dumpster.
Let's not forget though, Where is his wallet?:p

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  lgillette
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So I just checked the Body Scene Evidence Analysis and it looks like someone tried to remove the traces of one fingerprint away with bleach. And the fingerprint belongs to Ed Harbinson. Looking really suspicious now.

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