forensics

Surprise, surprise David Bain’s camp objects to reports despite being involved at all steps

Michael Reed QC continues the crusade to hurl murk against Robin Bain in an attempt to score big time in the compensation stakes.

He is claiming that the police report into the marks on the thumb and finger of Robin Bain. This despite being included in forensic review.

Michael Reed of course ran off to their pals and enablers at TV3 to spread their story.

He repeats the outrageous claims that the marks line up exactly with the feed lips of the magazine. The Police, like my reader showed this to be demonstrably false.

Mr Reed says this conflicts with not only the opinions of independent experts spoken to by 3rd Degree, but also those of Dr Alexander Dempster, who did the original examination of Robin’s body.

Dr Dempster said in August there were no cuts or abrasions on Robin’s hands at all.

“Start with the black marks that are there,” says Mr Reed. “We know they’re there, everyone can see them. Suddenly the police now say, when they look at it in the morgue, that they’re superficial. Well, where have the black marks gone?  Read more »

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.   Read more »