Southfield PD and MSP State Lab, How Could You?

Southfield PD and MSP State Lab, How Could You?

6 Comments on “Southfield PD and MSP State Lab, How Could You?”

  1. cathybroad says:

    “It is unfortunate that the dirt and debris samples from the parking lot and the blanket used to cover the body were not made available to the Laboratory UNTIL MAY, 1977. It would have been particularly useful to know that a DIRTY BLANKET HAD BEEN USED TO COVER THE BODY AND THAT THIS BLANKET IS A PROBABLE SOURCE OF TRACE EVIDENCE PRESENT ON THE CLOTHING.”

    Incredibly unfortunate. For Mark’s family and for the three subsequent known victims.

    • Andrew Wellman says:

      I don’t want to make an assumption here–was the body found beneath the blanket, or was the blanket placed over the body subsequent to its discovery?

  2. Judi coltman says:

    Unfreakingbelievable. And WTF With all the blood?

  3. Mark King says:

    Yes, the ‘babysitter’ was not so caring after all.

  4. Just shaking my head,would love to shake hers.Just sickens me!!So Fucked up

  5. bitamoney says:

    What was all that smokescreen bullshit we;ve been told for decades??? “The bodies were cleaned and bathed before they were dumped”…??? I’m ready to throw my anal retentive gay priest theory out the window.

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