Short Study File #81
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Note from Christina Masewicz: Translation of the above document as I read it to be
The part marked above is bold in the translated copy
1 April 1971
SUBJECT: Interpretation of Unidentified Latent Fingerprints
Laboratory Report Number FA-D-P-C-FP-82-70
MEMO TO: Col Jack G Pruett
XX (South bedroom)
#2 - Fingerprint- not a large print, however, could be from an adult's little finger.
#5 - Fingerprint - not a large print, however could be from an adult's little finger.
XXX (East bedroom - Master bedroom)
#1 - Fingerprint - difficult to determine since ridge size is narrow.
#2 - Partial fingerprint - difficult to determine - could be an adult's.
#10 - Partial fingerprints - these two prints appear to originate from an adult.
Venetian Blind - Partial fingerprint - appears to be adult size.
Not numbered - partial fingerprint - due to size of ridges, appears to be an adult
XXXXX (North bedroom - full bath)
Not numbered - fingerprint - appears to be that of an adult.
XXXXXX (North bedroom)
#2- Partial fingerprint OR a partial palm print.
This print is compared with finger and palm prints because of its formation.
Due to size of ridges, appears to be that of an adult.
Not numbered - fingerprint - appears to be from an adult.
Exhibit P (Drinking glass from front room)
Fingerprint - appears as narrow ridge formation often found in a woman's print or little finger of male, or from a young adult.
[Possible Woman's Print was added by someone and is not part of the report.]
Exhibit L (Esquire magazine from front room)