I was laughing about the posts, too. All those voices in one head cracks me up.<quoted text>
Good mornin Q and nan and Mrs T! I suppose you are right but when I read last nights crud, I just started to laugh, I just love the trash talk, so cute and ineffective. It seems that it understands that kind of talk, what with the mental capacity of a jr high student! But I digress.....I will do my best to rise above, but if it cracks me up again, all bets are off.
Have a great Friday and as always J4K
About the dogs....
One dog would have been used exclusively for Karen's scent. That dog apparently didn't hit on anything around the car. So they used another dog to follow the scent that did leave the scene. Yes, a dog can follow whatever scent they are tasked to follow. Sniff the front seat and floor area in front of the seat, then track it from there. But, that in itself doesn't prove murder, so you're right, we can't put too much into that all by itself. But grouped with other evidence it sure starts painting a picture.
Even the forensic evidence could be clouded by the fact that Karen was still living in the home and DS's DNA would be present for many reasons.
Obviously, this is a tough case.
Thanks for the comments, ladies. I've sincerely enjoyed the last 30 years of my life. I was somewhat hesitant to have children but my wife convinced me that it would be okay. I'm glad she did. Twenty eight years ago was a fun time for both of us. I think we're still on our honeymoon.