James Wentzel, defendant's expert
This digitized and perspective corrected Paul Kirk photo of blood spatter on wardrobe door is referenced in James Wentzel's analysis of photographic evidence. Additional photos from the same evaluation are attached as well. In this part of his report, Wentzel was attempting to demonstrate that decades-old crime scene photographs are useful in blood pattern analysis given that they are quality photographs- in focus, with a scale, and not grainy.
Original photos: 1955, digitized and perspective corrected in preparation for 2000 trial
blood evidence, blood evidence analysis, blood spatter, Paul Kirk investigation, James Wentzel, forensic photography analysis