Battle of experts continues at Larry Swearingen hearing
Posted: Thursday, March 8, 2012 12:15 am | Updated: 9:06 am, Thu Mar 8, 2012.
By Howard Roden
... Forensic Entomologist Neal Haskell testified under cross-examination that he could extract a time of death based on DNA, weather data and autopsy photographs.
Prosecutor Warren Diepraam asked Haskell if the forensic evidence he was shown Wednesday was consistent with the condition of Trotter’s body found 25 days after her disappearance.
Later in the day, Sibyl Bucheli, of Sam Houston State University, was called to the stand to testify about the decomposition of the human body.
Bucheli said data obtained at SHSU proved to be “entirely” consistent with the decomposition of Trotter’s body, Diepraam said.
“She (Bucheli) showed (Trotter’s) internal organs didn’t turn to mush as the defense alleged,” he said.
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