Very simple...Brandon used Robertson's gun. He got the gun out of Lyndel's pickup truck, grabbed the shells that were in the shed and went into the house and started shooting the Robertson's. Both Robertson & Woodworth owned identical guns. Grooves of both pistols were consistent with the recovered bullet fragments. There was a manufacturing defect that left a mark on the bullets in Woodworth's gun. Expert testified that several guns had that defect but for some reason, Robertson's gun was never tested for this defect.(I do recall an expert had requested to test both guns but never did get to test the Robertson's gun).<quoted text>
If the gun weren't linked to Woodworth then I would be looking elsewhere too. But you have yet to explain to me how Thomure would have gotten Woodworth's gun.
Here's just some of the reason I believe Brandon is guilty. 1). Brandon had motive. 2). He tested positive for gun powder hours after the shooting. 3). Several witness saw him in town during the hours when he said he wasn't there. 4). Shell casing we're found in a car trunk after Brandon had stashed his duffel bag there...happens to be the same type used in the shooting. 5). Brandon is capable of violence...he's had several restraining orders against him.