I don’t think anyone went in or out of that window either, except Smit, LOL. I don’t even believe JR did months earlier. Patsy said there was a key hidden outside, and more than one neighbor/friend had a key to the house, so Mr. CEO could easily have obtained a key as opposed to stripping to his skivvies to get in the house.(What is with him and his skivvies anyhow, LOL?)
I thought FW noticed it that morning and asked John about it. So if FW did do that, why wouldn’t we believe he mentioned it to the police?
It is so hard with today’s science and technology to not leave a trace, even with the technology back in 1996 - and I certainly don’t think some little foreign faction was operating out of Boulder, CO either, that could have made it in and out without being traced or tracked by something left behind. Nothing is completely untraceable. JMO
A broken basement window and a pry mark on a door frame were signs of forced entry that LATER turned out to have innocent explanations. However, that morning, on initial examination, these should have been noted as, at least, possible signs of entry.
I don’t think anyone went in or out of that window the night of the crime, but I’m not convinced that BPD even noticed the broken window that morning.
A properly prepared and cautious person shouldn’t find it that hard to come and go without leaving hardly a trace, IF that was what he wanted to do.