ca. September 4, 1970: USACIL Report P-FA-D-C-FP-82-70 (Addendum)
Paragraph 2: The term, "red crusts", of Exhibit D-256 referred to suspected dried blood. These were not analyzed for anything other than blood type as indicated in paragraph 10 of Preliminary Report.
March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
Paragraph 17: Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits I3, D4, D13, D20, D26, D29, D74, D130, D132, D137, D140, D151, D152, D158, D256, D71NB, D72NB, B2, D267 and D270 revealed the presence of human blood. Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group Type A or Type O.
Paragraph 25: Further blood typing examinations of the Exhibits cited in paragraphs 17 thru 24 were precluded due either to the paucity of the stain or the contamination of the stain.
Paragraph 63: The term, "red crusts" of Exhibit D256 referred to suspected dried blood. These were not analyzed for anything other than blood type as indicated in paragraph 9 [sic] of the Preliminary Report.
Webmaster note: Paragraph 63 contains an error. As shown in the USACIL Report Addendum above (ca. September 4, 1970), the reference to "paragraph 9" should read "paragraph 10."
|D233||Fingernail scrapings from left hand of Colette MacDonald|
|D234||Fingernail scrapings from right hand of Colette MacDonald|
|E4||Debris from right hand of Colette MacDonald|
|E5||Debris from left hand of Colette MacDonald|