The link didnâ€™t work for me. No matter since you have already
seen itâ€™s not a match. BTW, Home Hardware lists 27 variations of
There are several photos on the thread. Can you give me the url
where I can find a photo and information on the cord youâ€™re
You mean they might actually challenge rather than running away
and hiding? Sure would be a welcome change. :)
I go along with Elle. I don't think anyone could have said it better. I would be proud not only to have my hat ID on it, but real name as well....
Since I'm not sure if my PM to you came through, I will post it here. It's already in a lot of places, so one more won't hurt. email@example.com
Upon request, I will be happy to address every line in your post.
There are a lot of questions pending. However, for the time
This is precisely why I said that in the scheme of things, where
the cord came from is of little importance. On the other hand,
In the scheme of things, where the crime scene cord was purchased
is of minimal importance in comparison to its amateurish use in
â€œBut at least Van Tassell was able to identify the cord as being
the same type of cord which Steve Thomas had bought for $ 2.29 in
I gave the poster on the other forum (who is adamant about the
wrist ligatures being so-called Tautline Hitch knots) a...
No. It's utter nonsense unrelated to the evidence.
The question has been answered:
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