But I knew all along there something else that the FBI was hiding. And I recently found out about one of the problems in the investigation that also involved bad forensic analysis. The forensic pathologist who performed Sofia's autopsy had been negligent. He did not clean up carefully after the previous autopsy. As a result, a hair was taken into evidence in her case as the hair of a suspect, that, in fact, was a hair belonging to the man who'd been autopsied on the table immediately before her.
I wouldn't be surprised to learn of more information that the FBI is hiding is hiding about the investigations of the killing of young girls in Spotsylania, the route 29 homicides and the double murder in Shenandoah National Park. I only hope one day, all the truth is revealed.
A week ago, St. Martin's Press re-released Into the Water as a True Crime Classic, a select line of their previous successful books in that genre. It was the third of my books to be re-issued in that line.Tweet