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Re: DNA on clothing

Post by Seek truth on 04.02.14 7:09

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote: sarcastic There could be valid reasons for delays in a GP certifying a death at home. Someone who had lived alone might not have been found for some time - sorry, I don't mean to conjure up unpleasant images.

Bearing in mind however that Kate only worked part-time (a day and a half a week from memory) it is as unbelievable that she could have attended so many deaths in such a short time space.

Absolute nonsense!
There's no need to even discuss dead bodies she as a doctor may have been in contact with.
What explanations did she give for the rest found behind the sofa etc ?

So she as a doctor took the bodies on holiday with her and put them behind the sofa. And what about the car?

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Re: DNA on clothing

Post by watendlath on 04.02.14 9:11

@Seek truth wrote:
No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote: sarcastic There could be valid reasons for delays in a GP certifying a death at home. Someone who had lived alone might not have been found for some time - sorry, I don't mean to conjure up unpleasant images.

Bearing in mind however that Kate only worked part-time (a day and a half a week from memory) it is as unbelievable that she could have attended so many deaths in such a short time space.

Absolute nonsense!
There's no need to even discuss dead bodies she as a doctor may have been in contact with.
What explanations did she give for the rest found behind the sofa etc ?

So she as a doctor took the bodies on holiday with her and put them behind the sofa. And what about the car?

In his rogatory interview Martin Grime was asked:
With respect to the cadaver odour on Kate's clothes, could it be undoubtedly affirmed that those clothes had been in contact with a cadaver
OR
Could the alert have been given because the clothes had been in contact with other items of clothing, surfaces or objects that could previously have touched a cadaver, thereby allowing the odour to be transferred

Grime: There is always a possibility of contamination of odours by transferral.

So if Kate's clothes had been in contact with a number of cadavers then it seems it is possible that the scent could have been transferred to other objects.

But then you have to ask the question, why only those few places...you would expect the scent to be everywhere.

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Re: DNA on clothing

Post by NickE on 07.02.14 23:11

- Items 1-13 and 15 non-perishable: and record found of their return to PT. 

Overall Summary:
- 92 items listed;
- 90 items referenced in the two reports;
- 35 items perishable, presumed consumed, stored or destroyed per FSS rules;
- 33 non-perishable items: record found of their return; 
- 24 non-perishable items: no record found of their return; 
- 3 items not tested;
- 2 items not referenced in either report (286C: 13 and 15).



From DNA analysis. 

Can someone explain the bold marked?


http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/JOHN_LOWE.htm#p13p3465-3466jl

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Re: DNA on clothing

Post by kimHager on 07.02.14 23:27

all i could see on the report about non perishable items was as follows although im not sure if this answered your question..if not my apologies as a newbie getting the hang of things
B - Non-Perishable Personal Samples

The destruction of other, non-perishable, personal samples is required by Section 64 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act, (1984). These include:

- Control head hair samples - Control pubic hair samples - Finger nail samples - Casts, e.g. of teeth or feet

Except as below these non-perishable, personal samples are returned to you as parts of exhibits for production at court etc. The laboratory is not responsible for their destruction.

The part of these samples, which were removed for examination, will be retained by the laboratory for the period of time as specified in the 'Memorandum of Understanding for Retained Materials' (3, 7 or 30 years) from the date of this notice to allow access to other legitimate parties. After this period, in the absence of written instruction to the contrary, the retained samples will be destroyed and a record made of their destruction.

im assuming these were not destroyed then but not sure who or what they were returned too?

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