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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #30 on: February 19, 2015, 07:59:PM »
and he would of been the only suspect who might of known she was going to be at that house that day.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #31 on: February 19, 2015, 08:50:PM »
Marty/Nugs

Why don't they carry out a DNA test? Surely if this other man was in trouble for molesting his step daughter then his DNA would already be on file? I shall never understand how justice works in million years. Its all red tape.... :o ;)

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #32 on: February 19, 2015, 09:02:PM »
It never went to court Patti,the daughter was shipped off somewhere for months until it basically went away. I don't know if back then it would be the done thing to automatically take a DNA sample,then the charges went away and has behaved himself ever since,so he doesn't have to give one.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #33 on: February 19, 2015, 09:08:PM »
It never went to court Patti,the daughter was shipped off somewhere for months until it basically went away. I don't know if back then it would be the done thing to automatically take a DNA sample,then the charges went away and has behaved himself ever since,so he doesn't have to give one.

Arrr didn't know that  ;D

If he is not guilty then why does he not just hand over a sample of his DNA? He more or less told those two to take their hooks....Do you think there might be a reason he had behaved himself? to keep from going to jail for the rest of his life might be one reason, because if he got caught again he would have to give his DNA....

Can't someone follow him to cafe and get the cup he drinks from and have that tested or is that against the law.   ;)

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #34 on: February 19, 2015, 09:20:PM »
Arrr didn't know that  ;D

If he is not guilty then why does he not just hand over a sample of his DNA? He more or less told those two to take their hooks....Do you think there might be a reason he had behaved himself? to keep from going to jail for the rest of his life might be one reason, because if he got caught again he would have to give his DNA....

Can't someone follow him to cafe and get the cup he drinks from and have that tested or is that against the law.   ;)

He said he doesn't trust detainees lawyers so he won't give a sample,they will frame him.whatever reason he is certainly petrified to give one. Maybe something else he's done if not Sarah cherry.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #35 on: February 19, 2015, 09:26:PM »
He said he doesn't trust detainees lawyers so he won't give a sample,they will frame him.whatever reason he is certainly petrified to give one. Maybe something else he's done if not Sarah cherry.

Could be right there Marty.  ;D

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #36 on: February 19, 2015, 10:12:PM »
It never went to court Patti,the daughter was shipped off somewhere for months until it basically went away. I don't know if back then it would be the done thing to automatically take a DNA sample,then the charges went away and has behaved himself ever since,so he doesn't have to give one.

in the usa they cant keep a dna sample if your not convicted thats if he was asked to give one in the first place.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #37 on: February 19, 2015, 11:38:PM »
Arrr didn't know that  ;D

If he is not guilty then why does he not just hand over a sample of his DNA? He more or less told those two to take their hooks....Do you think there might be a reason he had behaved himself? to keep from going to jail for the rest of his life might be one reason, because if he got caught again he would have to give his DNA....

Can't someone follow him to cafe and get the cup he drinks from and have that tested or is that against the law.   ;)
That's what they did do according to this article:http://www.trialanderrordennis.org/2013/11/trial-and-error-newsletter/http://www.trialanderrordennis.org/2013/11/trial-and-error-newsletter/

Bill Moore – testified to how a DNA sample of Doug Senecal was obtained from a coffee cup he was witnessed using in a Florida restaurant. Bill also testified to how its integrity was maintained between its collection in Florida and its testing in Texas. It should be noted that an agreement immediately preceding the hearing allowed Doug Senecal’s name to be used in the courtroom. Prior to this only the term “alternative suspect” was permissible.
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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #38 on: February 20, 2015, 07:25:AM »
That's what they did do according to this article:http://www.trialanderrordennis.org/2013/11/trial-and-error-newsletter/http://www.trialanderrordennis.org/2013/11/trial-and-error-newsletter/

Bill Moore – testified to how a DNA sample of Doug Senecal was obtained from a coffee cup he was witnessed using in a Florida restaurant. Bill also testified to how its integrity was maintained between its collection in Florida and its testing in Texas. It should be noted that an agreement immediately preceding the hearing allowed Doug Senecal’s name to be used in the courtroom. Prior to this only the term “alternative suspect” was permissible.

Interesting,pretty inconclusive though.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #39 on: February 20, 2015, 12:27:PM »
is doug senecal his real name.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #40 on: February 20, 2015, 03:31:PM »
It is his real name nugnug

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #41 on: February 20, 2015, 09:10:PM »
The scarf bother me in this case for it belonged to Dechaine.  :-\

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #42 on: February 20, 2015, 10:00:PM »
ive got to go with dechaine being innocent by the fact he asked for a dna test before the trial now the real killer he wouldn't do that he would be praying that the police dident test the dna.

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #43 on: February 20, 2015, 10:03:PM »
ive got to go with dechaine being innocent by the fact he asked for a dna test before the trial now the real killer he wouldn't do that he would be praying that the police dident test the dna.

One Dechaine's windows on the truck were unlocked, so I suppose anyone could have gained access to the truck and got his scarf and planted his note book etc on the drive. Could this be likely????  ;)

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Re: the murder of sarah cherry
« Reply #44 on: February 20, 2015, 10:10:PM »
im think there was just a bit to much of his stuff left at the crime scene like paper work with his name written on it in the driveway.

i mean if he was the killer why would he take that paperwork to the house with him he had no reason to

and then he just happens to drop it somwhere where it can easly be seen and it just happens to have his name on it. that just sounds a little to convenant.
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