March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
Paragraph 1: Examination of Exhibits E5, E19a, D23, E63NB, E116, D118, E119, E301 and E303 revealed the presence of wood splinters identical in type, color, texture, and all other physical characteristics to the wood of Exhibit A.
Paragraph 2: It is the opinion of the examiner that the wood splinters present in the Exhibits listed in paragraph 1 could have originated from Exhibit A.
Paragraph 26: Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D14, D34, D35, D56, D58, D59, D64, D72, D73, D95, D104, D106, D107, D109, D118, D148, D149, D150, D154, D155, D161, D19K, D21K, D23K, D24K, D33K(2), D34K(3), D217, D225, C, D250, D268 and D269 revealed the presence of human blood. Blood typing examinations were precluded due either to the paucity of the stain or the contamination of the stain.
Paragraph 33: Examination of Exhibits D23, D123, D221, D229, D237, E3, E6, E16, E19a, E20a, E24, E32, E52NB, E116, D118, E119, E205, E300, E301, E302 and E303 revealed the presence of fibers identical in type, color, denier, twist, and all other physical characteristics to the fibers of the pajama jacket, Exhibit D210.
Paragraph 34: It is the opinion of the examiner that the fibers present in the Exhibits of paragraph 33 could have originated from Exhibit D210.
|A||Piece of wood 31" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" bearing red-brown and white stains|
|D121||North pillow and cover bearing red-brown stains from bed in south bedroom|
|E120||Debris from under pillow in south bedroom|