One more note regarding "the windbreaker" (http://tcadp.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Pic-of-Jacket002.jpg
) the big question is: what do they expect it to show?
First, there is what appears to be blood on the sleeve or not. If it is blood, whose is it? If it is Twila Busby's, that proves the windbreaker was nearby. If it's somebody else's, it should be someplace other than on the windbreaker, right (like on the carpet too)? So let's assume that they're not going to find anybody else's blood in the vicinity of where the windbreaker was (which they're not). OK, let's assume it's Uncle Bob's (Donnell). OK. So what? Where's *ANY* evidence that Uncle Bob came over, took his windbreaker off, beat and stabbed the family then ran off conveniently leaving his jacket at the scene? I know the conspiracy theory--is that all they have?
Next, the DNA spot on the carpet from an unknown contributor. OK. So? Where's *ANY* evidence that it came from some crazed killer? Again, I know the conspiracy theory, where's the beef?
It surely doesn't seem like any of this trumps the behavior of a violent ex-con (which Skinner was before the murders) wearing the blood of the victims, whose own blood was splashed around all over the place (including the murder weapons); who fled practically unscathed from this horrendous scene, hid at his ex-girlfriend's house and deliberately tried not to involve the police. Or am I being too closed minded?