ca. April 20, 1971: USACIL Report P-FA-D-C-FP-82-70-R24
Paragraph 2: Comparative examinations of the white paint on Exhibit A with the white paint on Exhibits A4, A12, A13, A14-1, A14-2, A15, A17, A18 showed same to be similar in color, texture and chemical reactivity.
Paragraph 3: Comparative examinations of the cream paint on Exhibit A with the cream paint on Exhibits A4, A7, A12, A13, A17 and A18 showed same to be similar in color, texture and chemical reactivity.
March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
Paragraph 3: Examination of paint chips removed from Exhibit A found same to be grossly similar in color, texture, and chemical composition to the paint of Exhibits A4, E203 and E299.
Paragraph 6: Examination of Exhibits A3 and A4 found same to be different in type and other physical characteristics to the wood of Exhibit A.
Paragraph 7: It is the opinion of the examiner that the paint of Exhibit A4 and the paint of Exhibits A, E203 and E299 could have had a common source of origin.
Paragraph 1: Examination of Exhibits A thru C, I, K, M, N, and X did not reveal any comparable latent prints.
|A||Piece of wood 31" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" bearing red-brown and white stains|