The Dreams of Ada - Chapter 16, Defense Summary & Analysis

Bob Mayer
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Chapter 16, Defense Summary and Analysis

The defense began by calling a biology professor from East Central University who testified to allowing the detectives to borrow bones from his department, believing they were using them to compare some bones they had found, not to interrogate the defendants. Joel Ward then testified to the fact that he had never owned a grey-primer truck. Kay Garrett, Tommy Ward's sister, testified that she cut Tommy's hair on April 20. Bud Wolf testified that he remembered seeing Tommy with short hair on April 21. A physics professor from East Central was called to testify that the sun had gone down before 7 p.m. on April 28, proving Karl's claim that the sun was still up when they kidnapped Denice Haraway was untrue. Due to an illness on Butner's part, court was adjourned for the day. At the same time, Kerner continued to...

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