On 8/20/2012 10:29 PM, Ben Holmes wrote:
> In article <50310ba...@mcadams.posc.mu.edu>, Anthony Marsh says...Which fragments. There was residue on some fragments when they were found.
>> On 8/18/2012 10:51 PM, Ben Holmes wrote:
>>>> On 8/18/2012 10:08 AM, Ben Holmes wrote:
>>>>>>> Depends on the projectile of course. A military FMJ would be less
>>>>>> False assumption. There does not have to be blood or human tissue on the
>>>>> My guess is that no-one in this censored forum will bother to actually check out
>>>>> Mr. EISENBERG - Getting back to the two bullet fragments mentioned, Mr. Frazier,
>>>>> So there *was* foreign material which could have been blood, and no; they were
>>>> You just quoted him saying it was wiped off. There was no attempt to
>>> Sorry Tony... "Washed off" doesn't have the same connotation as "wiped
>>> It would be difficult indeed to "wipe" blood off of a striated surface,
>> The fragments were washed off before testing.
> No Tony... they were "wiped" off, which does not imply anything other than
> Nor did any wiping [or as you claim, washing] stop any evidence of residue
> Now tell us Tony - why did you tacitly agree that there wasn't any residue
> On what basis were you agreeing with that?Which fragments? I don't read the uncensored newsgroup.
>>> Nor were you willing to point out that the poster you were responding to
>> I never said there was no residue. There may well have been residue when
> It's too bad that statements like this cannot be accurately labeled in
> You failed to correct the poster when he claimed that no residue was found
> Why did you fail to correct the record, Tony?
Maybe I checked the evidence that you didn't even know about.
>>> Now, most likely your error was because you failed to check the
>>> But as is obvious... you *thought* that there was no residue because they
>>> Wrong on both counts.
>> You can't test the evidence with residue on it.
> Sorry Tony, this statement of yours has *nothing* to do with anything I've
> Here it is again:
> Now, most likely your error was because you failed to check the
> But as is obvious... you *thought* that there was no residue because theyWhen?
> had been "washed".
> Wrong on both counts.
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