Yes they are. It doesn't take a NASA engineer to see why Juan couldn't risk using a 3-D computerized re-enactment.Interesting post on re-enactments and why
neither side used them...as you know, these
computerized one's are quite in voque.
Not when it would not only disprove his preposterous theory but actually support Jodi's testimony.
Fortunately Juan did open the door for such a re-enactment to come in down the road.
Since he did have Jodi re-enact the linebacker lunge, re-enactment is fair game.
3-D computer re-enactment of her testimony will match the physical injuries to his body.
Had this been done in the beginning - the jury would have had the tools needed to process the incident in their detracted minds.
They clearly lacked the skills to do so without assistance, or they were too lazy to do the work.
I suppose it was easier to find Jodi guilty because she lied & manipulated, than it was to take an analytical approach to the testimonies.