A pair of forensics experts, originally from the Netherlands and now living in Colorado, questioned the fundamentals of the prosecution’s theories that have put Montgomery a little more than a month away from his execution.
They suggested that Ms. Ogle, of Toledo, was not dead as long as the prosecution maintained and that a second gun other than the one owned by Montgomery might have been used,
If accepted, the findings could upset both the timeline and the motive behind the murders of the two roommates.
Selma Eikelenboom-Schieveld, of Independent Forensics Services, in 2012 reviewed the autopsy records and findings from 1986 at the request of Montgomery’s mother.
“It’s very unlikely that she died on March 8, and there’s very strong support for the hypothesis that she died on March 12,” she said.
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