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Palm Print
July 28, 2010
5:39 am
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(Important that this thread gets bumped up.)

Sixties, what format is that video in? If it's a technical issue that's kept you from posting the vid for a year, describe the issue; I or someone else can think of a way to get it viewable.

Secondary to that, what is your impression of what it shows?

As for the mirror, a lot of Japanese cars have breakaway mirrors; if pushed from the front they simply fold up rather than breaking. Not sure about the Miata. Does the video show the damage?

October 9, 2012
5:06 pm
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sixtiesrock said
Thanks vinny.

I have been trying to visualise the crime scene and what happened at the point of abduction.

I'm wondering out loud how blood got on the hand of the perpetrator and then how the palm print got on the door of the car. Her car was a 'low slung' sports car.
I wonder also if there was much blood on the ground.

Maybe he had to balance himself while picking up Jodi.

We have a perpetrator who was smart enough to get away unseen, dispose of Jodi in a manner that means she has never been found and has eluded LE for fourteen years.

Has he been very clever or very lucky?

Both. Who is L.E.?  Law Enforcement? He got the blood on his hand when he used it to smash her hand into the mirror. She would have gone down and maybe in picking  her up he put his hand on  the car, never thinking it would leave a print. There was quite a bit of blood on the ground .

October 9, 2012
5:07 pm
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Brad said
(Important that this thread gets bumped up.)

Sixties, what format is that video in? If it's a technical issue that's kept you from posting the vid for a year, describe the issue; I or someone else can think of a way to get it viewable.

Secondary to that, what is your impression of what it shows?

As for the mirror, a lot of Japanese cars have breakaway mirrors; if pushed from the front they simply fold up rather than breaking. Not sure about the Miata. Does the video show the damage?

I could not see any damage in the video.

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