Vicki Treat Broadstreet explains the relationship between Twila and her maternal uncle, Robert Donnell. Another testimony pointing at Robert Donnell as the actual killer, not Hank Skinner. The reality of his behavior with his niece, Twila, speaks to his motive and involvement in the murders.
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For the first time ever, a disinterested witness, Deborah Ellis, has come forward to publicly proclaim that Twila Busby’s maternal uncle, Robert Donnell, is the real killer
"DNA testing may well confirm Hank Skinner's guilt, too. But the incriminating DNA may also match Robert Donnell (or someone else)." Radley Balko
Read about Robert Donnell, the hidden suspect.
Prior to the murders of Twila Busby and her two sons, Twila attended the New Year's party of Howard Mitchell. Witness testimony given at trial categorically stated that Twila left that party early as she grew increasingly nervous of the presence of her uncle Robert Donnell, who followed her around and made rude … Continue Reading ››
It seems there was valid cause for investigating Robert Donnell as a possible suspect in the murders, and this investigation could have been significantly advanced by the forensic examination of evidence readily available from the bodies of the victims, including rape kit samples taken from the body of Twila Busby. Whether these tests … 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 ››
On October 9, 2001, Hank’s attorney, filed a motion for forensic testing in order to obtain the following:
- Fingerprint comparison, tests of blood or other DNA material on both knives – purported murder weapons.
- DNA testing of a stain found on a dishtowel discovered in … Continue Reading ››