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-- Well that was computer expert Denis Bradley and stand -- testifying about what was found on a computer inside the Anthony's households.
By the jury today also hearing from the sheriff's jet deputy and crime scene technician who were causes -- -- these remains were finally found.
Everywhere in the court is seeing graphic images of the scene -- -- -- goal.
And the little girl's remains that the two key pieces of forensic evidence at the center or the prosecution arguments so far.
Are this strand of hair that was found in the trunk.
-- Casey's car experts -- it's similar to Caylee is and -- is -- new technology used in the US courts and what of the first times he CNET.
Odor signature that's coming from the trunk at Casey's car that is the air sample one thing we don't have right now an instinct comes up when you think about and murder trial is glad.
We want to talk more about that in some of the forensic evidence that we're getting today -- technologist doctor Baden.
As with us that with more on this so it's not an open and shut case that.
Case -- not from a forensic science point of view I mean there's a lot of open and shut things from the fact that she's a liar in the fact that she didn't behave properly.
The emotional aspects of the case but from a scientific point of view they've been -- sciences introduced as you say.
The the whole finding of a decomposed human body by certain odors.
That this is the first time that's being used in murder trial what about the blood from him that comes up a conversation there's no -- there's no blood that's often a source would for DNA in all but this certain murders that don't show blood like drowning.
-- certain cause of death -- that don't.
And then suffocation cases or in.
Drowning cases -- there isn't any blood and hear those of the two.
Proposed cause of death that neither which has been proven yet let me go of his.
Forensic evidence that was just introduced over the last hour or so and that's that that's a skull that picture of the skull of little Caylee was that a piece that piece of duct tape on -- hard even.
To talk about but -- talked about in the past that you can take a piece of bone and and find out if someone drowned can you do that with this goal.
Not not with the skull but with a long bones in the body that have bone marrow win them.
It drowning case as the water comes -- to -- lungs and distributed.
The the content distribute -- the body.
Little -- -- that is 201.
Cell algae that are present always present in water.
Will -- into the bone marrow.
And one can even -- skeleton.
Open up that is of bone take out the bone marrow and look for those.
One celled creatures and determine when that there was.
Graham is that we don't know if that test is actually been done yet we'll have to wait for more from the process that's right see that's right here as we go to the list then that hair -- the air samples a computer forensics.
This skull the -- there's some clothes that were found around where the body was found.
What do you think is the single best piece of forensic evidence -- south.
Right now I I think thus far the evidence is is very.
On the edge and questionable you -- you -- I guess -- more and that one of the things though.
With the older the older evidence I think is the one that probably have the most impact on the jury because.
It came from for a from an anthropologist who -- certain -- battle -- smells and his machine.
And is very powerful testimony except it's never been accepted in the French community is no other prime lived in the country.
Note that uses it and the one time use -- trying to look for.
Bodies from Charles Manson who didn't.
Or in marketing so if you if you were called to go back and let's say you were called to get back in either for the -- senior called as an expert.
Where would you start what would you look for for that evidence that you as an expert wanna see in this case I think the -- -- would be of importance to see whether or not.
She inhaled the pool water because the pool water had these created these -- sell things in them.
And they stay forever in the bone marrow and I think that will be important I think that.
Doesn't tell you what the cause of death isn't doesn't tell you government it's very ignorant to -- such an -- -- -- of the what you're comfortable with the evidence so far.
And as part of a very strong case to see the prosecution -- -- turns -- around as.
And you'll and anyway as more evidence comes in and the defense will have their own experts coming in they haven't put on -- case yet.
Have you ever been contacted my at a set honest.
-- anyone ever contacted.
I wrote way back when but I never got involved as an expert of the many reasons -- just curious I had to ask doctor via Sony's -- had -- -- I can't get -- We'll continue to -- John so much more in this case -- a fascinating stuff.
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