decepta-scott wrote: DEAD METAL Perhaps I should have been more specific. The s.t.d. thats only contracted through intercourse with a corpse in infact an urban ledgend. As for the rest of the story who knows. You say it happened and I cannot refuet it although bodys are generally taken straight from the funeral home to the cemetary with all the family and friens following (youve never seen a funeral precession on the road?) to be blessed and comitted to the earth at the final gathering. All that happens right away with no time inbetween.
The casket is also locked tight and the key turned over to the next of kin following the ceromony.
If the man who was guilty was always by his wifes side as uou say then when would he have time to sneak away to get the body, how would he have the key?
I guess it is POSSIBLE if the funeral went wildly different tht others go but I just thought Id give you some food for thought.
And I never said I didnt see how the story had anything to do with the w.m.3. case at all, I said I didnt see how your story proved the sagnifigance of a hair as it pertains to the w.m.3 case.
Have you forgotten that I'm German? You know not everyone does stuff the same way as you in the US do, and the way it's done varies form region to region, even within the US.
Just food for thought.
We bring the body, especially here in a small village, to the cemetery and put it in the cemetery building. It's almost like a church, only it's never used for any ceremony other than funerals. Then everyone gathers at the church, which is quite a bit away in this village, there a special sermon is held after which everyone walks to the cemetery, while the priest gives blessings.
Then the building is opened and everyone gets to look at the corpse to say their farewells, then the casket is closed and carried to its grave.
The thing is, he removed the corpse after putting it in the building. While his wife went to the Church, he stayed behind and removed it from the casket, hid it somewhere and went to the church.
He never said why he killed her, only that he did and that he took her from the casket and had sex with her.
I have no idea if that with the STD is true or not, but that was the answer I got to how they found out about where the corpse was, I can only repeat what I've been told.
Also, forensic evidence trumps circumstantial evidence. The hair was found at a spot where it could only have gotten if the owner of the hair tied those knots.
Also an explanation to what reason
I also believe that the back an forth you went through and the research you did was done on sites and sources that are super biassed. Kinda like researching black people by reading KKK websites.