CID Exhibit A: Sides 1 and 2 of piece of wood measuring 31" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" with red-brown  stains and white paint stains used in the attack and murder of Colette and Kimberley. It was compared to other pieces of wood found in MacDonald's house, storage shed and window well. In the CID evidence pictures that follow you can see the comparisons to the wood grain and growth rings. The piece of wood was found just outside the utility room door. Popsicle sticks mark the exact location it was found.

Piece of wood


Sides 3 and 4 of Exhibit A
 

Sides 3 and 4 of Exhibit A


Angled view of Exhibit A showing sides 1 and 2
 

Angled view of exhibit A


Comparison of wood grain of Exhibit A to Exhibit 12
 

Comparison of wood grain of Exhibit A and Exhibit 12


Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12
 

Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12


Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12
 

Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12


Comparison of wood grain of Exhibit A to Exhibit 12
 

Comparison of wood grain of Exhibit A to Exhibit 12


Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12
 

Comparison of growth rings in Exhibit A to Exhibit 12


Comparison of paint stains of Exhibit A to Exhibit 4
 

Comparison of paint stains of Exhibit A to Exhibit 4


Comparison of paint stains of Exhibit A to leg of Kimberley's bed
 

Comparison of paint stains of Exhibit A to leg of Kimberley’s bed

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