Comment: There is more than one wheelchair image, but I can't prove it.

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There is more than one wheelchair image, but I can't prove it.

I had dozens of pages open and now I can't find the ones I saw.

But it was not a footrest like any that Josh found. I spent twenty years in metal manufacturing.

Can you tell from the picture that this is real bone or a plaster casts like the folks down at the anthropology lab produced.

Without a physical sample can you be sure this is real blood or not a pig vein.

Outside of officialdom our forensic evidence is partial, blocked, blurry photo images and hearsay testimony.

"What a horrible injury! He looked like death warmed over in the wheelchair! "

Have you ever scene what can be done with photoshop. What is the chain of custody of this photo evidence? Not all the photos I've seen struck me as consistent in coloring.

Thanks for taking a close look at the anatomy. I will keep your comments in mind.

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