- Size 10 foot print found all over inside the house, one photographed in the carpet of one of the ransacked rooms. Neither woman and neither boy arrested and convicted have that large a shoe size. Derek had size 8 1/2 and David had size 9. Who ever ransacked the rooms presumably also murdered the women. This physical evidence was completely ignored by the police, the judge, and the jury.

- No forensic evidence to link the boys ( no fingerprints, no hair, no fiber, no foot prints the boys' size ) ( no evidence on the clothes seized at the boys' homes - again no blood, fibers from the crime scene, nothing ). Hair found exhibit 74 ( three hairs), exhibit 78 ( one hair ), exhibit 80 ( one hair ), exhibit 81( three hairs ), were examined by Forensic Laboratory Vancouver, 5201 Heather Street, Vancouver, B. C. V5Z 3L7, file # 901522. The hair did not match exhibit 32A, exhibit 32B, exhibit 35, or exhibit 36 ( presumably hair from Mrs. Leatherbarrow and Mrs. Huenemann.

- Paint ( exhibit 26; Forensic Laboratory report # 902553 found paint to be nitrocellulose-melamine-based resin paint ) found in one of the wounds of one woman. According to Amanda, Darren bought two crowbars from Capital Iron. The police later bought a crowbar from the same store, as well as one from KMart, the paint from the wound and the bars did not match. If this murder was planed and deliberate, then it doesn't make sense to take a crow bar. Take something to do the job such as a knife or gun. The murderer used knives taken from the kitchen.

- The paint found in the above women's skull is not used on metal. It is a wood paint Because of it's properties, it is not common in Canada. It is the black lacquer that is found on furniture that comes from the orient. It is very expensive and would not be used on a cheap crowbar, or any metal. Amanda Cousins' story of crowbars can not be true.