Short Study File #62
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Grand Jury Testimony of [Dillard] Browning on 10/23/74
Q Now, was item G123 from the bedspread compared with items G121 and G201 from the chair and coffee table?
A They were all three from a different source of origin.
Q So, none of these compared with any of the others?
A They did not. No.
Q Is it your conclusion that if somebody had walked around in this house with a candle, dripping wax on the bedspread, the chair, and the coffee table, and they carried one candle, that the items would be similar?
A Yes. They would be from a common source if only one candle was involved.
Q And, so, the emphasis is that they were all dissimilar. That they came from different sources. Is that correct?
A Yes. That would be my opinion.
Q All right, now. Let's go to the paint. What examination did you make with respect to paints?
A We examined that, both for the organic constituents and the physical characteristics.
Q All right. Now, what items of physical evidence did you examine? I have noted here A4, E203, and E299.