The person who stabbed Elwin Caler almost certainly had Caler’s blood on his own hands. If that assailant had been Mr. Skinner, whose own right hand is bleeding by the time he leaves the house, there should be mixtures of Mr. Caler’s blood and Mr. Skinner’s blood.
After arrest, Hank was taken to a hospital where he gave blood samples. The tests run on these samples provided startling results. They indicated a blood alcohol level, at the time of the murders, of 0.21%. The samples were taken six and a half hours after the alleged time of the murders and … Continue Reading ››
There was a massive amount of evidence available in the form of potential murder weapons, blood spatter evidence and hand and fingerprints. Careful testing of this evidence could have eliminated Hank Skinner from the murder enquiries and perhaps even provided an indication as to who the attacker actually was. Yet the state experts … Continue Reading ››