I was reading the Bonita papers last night and in those papers she describes the wounds and marks in more of common type language rather than the medical jargon in the autopsy report. Now I know there is a lot of mistakes and some misinformation in the papers but I was focusing on the injuries and she seemed to be taking that info straight from the autopsy report and putting it into simple words. This is the part that jumped out at me: From the Bonita papers: The upper front surfaces of JonBenet's left shoulder contained horizontal scrapes with blue-green bruising apparent in the area of the injury. This is described I think in the autopsy report on page 4. It sounds like the same thing to me. I can't copy it to over here, sorry. I'm not that computer savvy. Anyway, reading the autopsy report and the Bonita papers focusing only on bruises and abrasions I never realized how "beat up" she actually was! She had bruising and abrasions everywhere, it seems like most of them were on the right side. Doesn't one have to be alive to bruise? Has anyone else noticed this and what could it mean?