June 6, 1996: Guilty or Railroaded? Oct 22, 2016 6:32:25 GMT -5 via mobile
Post by tee2000 on Oct 22, 2016 6:32:25 GMT -5
I recommend viewing the You Tube video, Forensic Files – Season 4, Episode 1"Invisible Intruder" (www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ff_ln9LR_wI ). This video describes one of the nation’s most gruesome crimes, which occurred June 6, 1996, when a 5-year-old boy and his 6-year-old brother were stabbed to death while sleeping during the middle of the night after falling asleep watching television with their mother. Both boys were repeatedly stabbed with great force. Their young mother, Darlie Routier, was cut in the throat with the same butcher knife (taken from the kitchen) that killed the boys. The mother claimed the knife that killed her sons was dropped on the floor by the attacker following the attacks and she picked up the knife in disbelief, which was the reason she had the blood of both of her sons on her, especially a large amount of their blood on her hands and arms. As described in the news across the nation, this young mother claimed a stranger had come into the house after cutting a window screen and then this stranger killed her two boys, as well as trying to kill her.
Tom Bevel the so called blood expert in this case is a master manipulator and fraudster. How can you state something is scientific when you use no scientific methodology to carry out your experiments, no measurements of how much blood he put on the knife no measurements or notes of heights he dropped the knife at. Also taking into account darlie found it on the floor and so he really has no idea on whether the knife was placed there or thrown or what.also there are half moon blood transfers in the utility room doorway that they dismiss, I have the crime scene photos. Also the crime scene was changed and items removed prior to his experiments which makes his experiments unrealistic and scientifically invalid. I mean even a college science student would fail their project on these bases alone. There are a number of cases of innocent convictions he has been involved in, not to mention the bad peer reviews of his so called expert book on the subject. There is also another case he was involved in where a man was murdered by cops in his cell. They called on Tom Bevel to make up a fairy take that fitted with the cops story and low and behold they got off. Now when you see the crime scene photos its just ridiculous that anyone would buy this mans story of a deliberate suicide by the victim. He manipulates evidence to suit his position in a trial.