Short Study File #16
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Note from Christina Masewicz: Translation of the above document as I read it to be
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Grand Jury Testimony of [Dillard] Browning [CID] on 10/24/74
At the time, it didn't seem important. I noted in my notes that this bedspread contained numerous fibers, purple cotton, and two polyester fibers. This sample also contained head hair and a wax sample which was the unknown wax sample.
Q All right. And the purple cotton thread and the polyester fibers were identical to the thread that was used in the pajamas, and the fibers from which it was woven.
A Yes. They were.
Q The next item is D221.
A D221 was a terry-cloth robe bearing red-brown stains which was on the door from the hall to the master bedroom. On this I found one cotton thread from the jacket. Also, a head hair from Kimberly.
Q All right. Next is D229.
A D229 was a multicolored bedspread bearing red-brown stains from the east bedroom. That's the master bedroom. On that I found several of the cotton threads and one polyester thread. Also, in this exhibit, I found hair from Colette and hair from Kimberly. Kimberly's hair was bloodstained