I only ask because I want to pick out some tiny piece of your post and make you define it so as to distract you from your premise that in a crime scene "everything" is possible evidence.<quoted text>
That's not really evidence of anything and they do determine what is evidence and what is not relevant, What did you want them to do in NYC, move the debris from two 110 story buildings into your back yard?
SO WHAT EVIDENCE WAS DESTROYED?
This way we will get bogged down in meaningless little details which I can easily wave away into nothingness. I think they call it a strawman tactic.
I used to be good at it. But like all the dis-informational tactics I've tried on this forum, the more I use it the easier it is to spot.