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Here is a copy of another report------Sidney Kanazana crossed examined James E. Starrs, Prof. of Law and forensic Sciences at Georegetown Univ, Wash. D.C.------Checking James Starrs, he is not a forensic Scientist, he lead the team of scientist with regards to exhuming the body in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, kearney Mo.....Mr. Starrs recieves grants for his non profit company, Scientific Sleuthing which he is the Pres. ,Vice Pres. and Treasurer published a book a book regarding his findings on Jesse James prior to exhuming the body....It appears a predetermined outcome was already in place prior to the shovel going into the ground .. Findings at the cemetery -- The casket was badly decayed wood, No metal casket found as per newspaper and family records.. The bones had been water damaged No dna could be done on the bones..--------------------- Well MV and Richard as I have said before he was not a forensic scientist. He was the pres., vice pres. and treasurer of his sleuthing company .I told Judge Ross in San Angelo at the James ,Younger meeting that Starrs was not a forensic scientist.. He stood in front of everyone and said that Starrs was indeed a forensic scientist, shame on Judge Ross. And now we see that a book about the findings was written ahead of time.. This DNA test in Kearney is very tainted.. And yes Vincel could be right about people not wanting the truth out.. Goodnight