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To: DGHoodini

Oh, so it seems like something disturbed the barrel and caused the body to be released?

Fish food! There won’t be much left if that’s the case—but forensics nowadays are so awesome about finding minutiae that we’d overlook and come up with enough to sentence a killer to life or capital punishment!


21 posted on 05/22/2009 10:26:40 AM PDT by pillut48 (CJ in TX --"God help us all, and God help America!!" --my new mantra for the next 4 years)
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To: MVV
I never heard of what happened to his first two wives.
Anyone know?
Was he cheating on the first wife with the second one?
23 posted on 05/22/2009 10:35:00 AM PDT by mickie
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To: pillut48

Cpould have been caused by the buil;d up of gasses released from the decaying body, finally built up enough force to pop the lid off. Aws to the state of decay, we can only go on what they release4, and there is at least enough of the remains, whether it was in the blue barrel or not, to get DNA from. As to what state they found te body, and what they found with it, there are contradictory reports. That it may be the other girl mentioned, or one not even being looked for, those are sill possibilities. That the corpse was found so close to a blue barrel, does strain the sense of it being a coincidence. But then, I have no idea how prevalent numbers of them that are in the area in every day life. If a body were found near a stack of milk crates, in a town that manufactered milk crates, it wouldn’t seem very unlikely. as far as blue barrels...Chicago *is* a city known for being a industrial shipping city....


24 posted on 05/22/2009 2:00:53 PM PDT by DGHoodini (The New York Times, are lying 'Rats!)
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