In the cross-examination, Mr. Deadman made some concessions. He said that he did not know all the possible sources from which the fibers might have come. He also said it was impossible to tell whether an animal hair came from a particular breed of dog. Finally, he said, no fibers from the victims' clothes could be found in the Williams house or automobiles.
On the night if the bridge incident Wayne tells police he stopped to throw away some "trash"...
In court he says he never stopped.
In court someone testified that Wayne's dad said that his told him that he stopped on the bridge to throw away "trash" and was stopped by police.
30 years later Wayne says he did stop on bridge because he heard the police where hidden out there and wanted to see what he could see at 2am while on the way to check out an Address for an audition he was going to be giving at some woman's apartment at 7am.
With a rope and gloves in the back seat and bag of clothes.
He did it.
FBI guy in charge at the scene said it was his call to let him go because they didn't want to do anything wrong that could mess up the case BUT someone messed up and forgot to take the rope, gloves, and clothes.Bag of clothes on the back seat? I’ve never heard that.
All I’ve read is that there was a rope and some boxes.
A rope, gloves, bags of clothes, etc. would have been grounds for an arrest and further questioning, don’t you think?