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ca. April 22, 1970: USACIL Report FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70-R6
Paragraph 1: Examinations of still further human blood stains present on Exhibits D209 (pajama top), D209 (pajama bottoms), and D210 showed same to belong to the International Blood Group Type A and this is the same type as found on other human blood stains previously typed on these Exhibits.
March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
Paragraph 8: Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits B1, D1, D2, D2R, D5, D7, D15, D17, D18, D18a, D19, D23, D27, D27R, D28, D30, D51, D136, D141, D147, D159, D209, D215, D227, D229, D231, D232, D254, D258, D259, D260, D263, D264, D266, D271, D272, D273, D274, D275, D276, D277, D69NB, D70NB, D207A, D207C, E301, E302 and I21 revealed the presence of human blood of the International Blood Group A.
Paragraph 35: Examination of Exhibits D209, D227, D229, E3, E5, E7, E19a, E20a, E22, E50, E63NB, E210 and E302 revealed the presence of human head hairs, grossly similar in all physical characteristics to the head hair of Colette MacDonald.
Paragraph 36: It is the opinion of the examiner that one or more of the human head hairs present in the Exhibits of paragraph 35 could have originated from the head of Colette MacDonald.
|E209||Debris removed from the right bicep area of Colette MacDonald's pajama top|