EXCLUSIVE – Independent analysis of Robin Bain’s finger marks [GALLERY]

A reader left the following comment on last nights Bain post where Joe Karam once again spread murk and bullshit in his bid to undermine due process.

I opened the photos from the Herald in Photoshop.
I used Photoshop to look at the RGB colour values of the marks.
It shows the marks on Robin’s thumb are a dark red.
Whereas it shows the test firing cartridge smudges are a dark gray.
In other worlds, Robin’s thumb marks are closer to the colour of blood/scratches than they are to cartridge soot.

I thought I would look at what he says in Photoshop. Here are my attempts at obtaining the colour codes…and yes the commenter is correct, they are in the red spectrum not in the gray spectrum. I have marked the location I obtained the test pixel with a yellow arrow if you want to try and duplicate it.  

As I said yesterday if you are to believe Joe Karam the you have to believe Robin Bain was the last one to handle the gun, killed his entire family (except David because he was the only one who deserved to live), then wiped his prints from the gun, added David Bain’s instead when David was out, then placed the magazine in its thin end, the same magazine that didn’t have his prints on them either on its end, then shot himself and fell down with his hand right beside the upright magazine, and left greasy marks on his hand to prove he was the last one to handle the firearm. Oh and one mustn’t forget that dear old Joe has spent years explaining all this away by the fact that Robin Bain wore gloves that have never been found but took them off just after he killed himself and popped them in the washing machine without rubbing off the greasy marks on his thumb…and then shot himself without leaving any prints on the gun.

If you believe all that on top of all the other amazing things that you have to believe if you believe Robin Bain then I have a bridge I can sell you.

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