March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
Paragraph 21: Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D8, D31, D49, D216, D255, D261, D265, D278, I226 and L revealed the presence of human blood. Further examinations indicated same to be of the International Blood Group Type A or AB.
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 61: No examinations were performed to see if the pieces of surgical gloves were of the same type as the gloves of Exhibit D245.
The following are approximate sizes of the pieces of surgeon's gloves:
Exhibit I3 - Size of a dime.
Exhibit I21 - Three fourth's of one finger.
Exhibit I213 - Size of a quarter.
Exhibit I226 - Size of a dime.
Paragraph 64: The gloves of Exhibits D33K and D34K are not surgical gloves, therefore not identifiable with the suspected pieces of surgical gloves of Exhibits I3, I21, I213 and I226.
Paragraph 1: Examination of Exhibits A thru C, I, K, M, N, and X did not reveal any comparable latent prints.
Webmaster note: The reference to Exhibit I in this excerpt is assumed by this writer to refer to the following exhibits:
|D245||Package containing surgeons gloves bearing red-brown stains from kitchen|
|E211||Debris from sheet on floor of east bedroom|
|I3||Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown stains from bed in east bedroom|
|I21||Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown stains from bedding on floor in east bedroom|
|I213||Suspected portion of surgical glove bearing red-brown stains from east bedroom|