CSU provided a selection of photographs from the Annette Wyatt crime scene.

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The paperclip by the nail gun, suggests to me that Annette did have paperwork on her and the killer fled with it, either that or an almighty coincidence for the nail gun to be dropped right next to it, the floor looks clean and I cannot see...

The paperclip by the nail gun, suggests to me that Annette did have paperwork on her and the killer fled with it, either that or an almighty coincidence for the nail gun to be dropped right next to it, the floor looks clean and I cannot see anything strewn about the floor in any of the other pics.

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  Leanne Talbot
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Also...she has scratches (?) on her arm. A struggle? We need the autopsy report.

  lgillette
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EJB3157, I wondered that also. I looked it up and here's what I found (via Amazon) It is a cordless, gas powered gun. It has a battery and a fuel (gas) rod. Some of the reviews indicate that the battery runs down and must be re-charged. If the...

EJB3157, I wondered that also. I looked it up and here's what I found (via Amazon) It is a cordless, gas powered gun. It has a battery and a fuel (gas) rod. Some of the reviews indicate that the battery runs down and must be re-charged. If the gun was used for a past project I'm not fully understanding how it was all loaded and ready to go in a moment of passion. More curious is that it doesn't "shoot" nails. The gun is triggered by pressing the nose against something, like Annette. So, she and her murderer were very close, not across the room. It is also a pretty expensive tool to leave at work. So, I'm having problems with the idea that someone argues with Annette, grabs the nail gun and shoots in the heat of the moment. She is shot from behind, at very close range or contact by someone who knows the nail gun is there and ready to go. Someone who knew how to use it. I'm only getting Jeff Harte.

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  lgillette
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How does this nail gun work? If it is electric, where is the cord? If it is powered by air, where is the compressor?

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