Message from discussion Fritz Picks up the Hulls in the Depository (50 Reasons To Suspect
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From: Sandy McCroskey <gwmccros...@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: Fritz Picks up the Hulls in the Depository (50 Reasons To Suspect
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> On Friday, June 8, 2012 6:02:04 AM UTC-7, (unknown) wrote:
>> #9: Fritz Picks up the Hulls
>> Homicide Captain Fritz testified that he told his men not to touch the
>> But note that he did not explicitly state that *he himself* did not
>> pick them
>> up. Three others, however, explicitly stated that he did indeed pick
>> up said
>> hulls--Deputy Sheriff Faulkner, Deputy Sheriff Mooney, & newsperson
>> Tom Alyea.
>> Hard to trust the authorities with "hard" evidence behind the scenes,
>> when you
>> can't even trust them with evidence out in the open!
>> Donald Willis
> While I have come to believe Fritz did handle the shells, before the crime
> scene investigators arrived, I have come to conclude this was probably
> He knew the CSI team was ten minutes or more away. He was searching for a
> killer with a rifle. He needed to know what kind of rifle he was looking
That makes sense. And there's no reason to think he disturbed the hulls'
positions to any significant degree.