JonBenet Ramsey, Jeffrey MacDonald and listverse 10 Murder Cases That Were Solved By Exhuming Dead Bodies

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JonBenet Ramsey, Jeffrey MacDonald and listverse 10 Murder Cases That Were Solved By Exhuming Dead Bodies

Post by redpill on Tue Oct 16, 2018 11:36 am

Tue Oct 16, 2018

today's listverse topic

10 Murder Cases That Were Solved By Exhuming Dead Bodies JOE DUNCAN OCTOBER 16, 2018

in many instances DNA is still identifiable after decades buried

it might be worth digging up Jonbenet and attempt to get more DNA or answer more questions if that's possible.

there was a news article that this might be done.

obviously DNA evidence is scientific evidence an intruder murdered Jonbenet, and those who deny this are not DNA forensic scientists

also worth noting

9 Virginia Freeman

On August 11, 1999, a man named James Otto Erhart was executed. Erhart had kidnapped and murdered a nine-year-old girl by the name of Kandy Kirtland, from Bryan, Texas. Cut back to December 1, 1981, when a woman named Virginia Freeman, who was working as a real estate agent at the time, received a call from a man claiming to be interested in buying a home; the man was none other than James Otto Erhart. Erhart beat and stabbed her repeatedly before finally strangling her to death, leaving her corpse in the still-locked house. The crime scene was thoroughly investigated, and skin samples were taken from underneath the fingernails of Virginia Freeman, but at the time, DNA testing was not an option. Erhart sat on death row and refused to give a DNA sample all the way up until his execution. With no further evidence to go on, the Virginia Freeman case remained cold. Then, in 2018, investigators decided to unearth the body of James Otto Erhart, and a warrant was granted for the exhumation. The bone fragments of Erhart were tested against the skin under the fingernails of Freeman found at the crime scene, and a murder was solved after nearly four decades, thanks to DNA evidence and the exhumation of a cold-blooded killer.[3]


The bone fragments of Erhart were tested against the skin under the fingernails of Freeman found at the crime scene,

in the Jeffrey MacDonald case they found skin under the fingernails of Collette, which most likely was the result of the perp in a violent struggle
wiki wrote:
Segal presented evidence that the CID had not properly managed the crime scene and lost several items of critical evidence, including the four torn tips of rubber surgical gloves found in the master bedroom, and a single layer of skin found under one of Colette's fingernails.

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and a single layer of skin found under one of Colette's fingernails.

The bone fragments of Erhart were tested against the skin under the fingernails of Freeman found at the crime scene,

DNA testing on that

and a single layer of skin found under one of Colette's fingernails.

can help either show MacDonald is guilty if it is MacDonald's skin, or innocent and truthful about intruders if the DNA does not match MacDonald, and esp if it matches a known felon whose DNA is in CODIS.

that skin was lost

Jeffrey R. MacDonald could be telling the truth. DNA testing on that skin sample, which has been lost, could establish his innocence depending on the results of that test.

in the Forensic Files, scientific evidence like this are routinely used to solve crimes. applying Forensic Files which is real genuine science to Jonbenet leads to conclusion an intruder did it.

I think that skin sample need to be found, and if it cannot be located, there is reasonable doubt and MacDonald needs to be set free.

the story of 4 hippies while outlandish, actually in North Carolina another family was murdered by 3 intruders which was never solved.

as for why they spared his life and slaughtered the females, well some killers like to kill females. and certainly MacDonald has taken the fall for it.

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