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Nicole’s blood on the steps tells me that she was lying there unconscious before she was cut. I don’t mean the cut to her throat; I mean the other cuts on her body. In other words, she was not where her body was found during the time that the killer was toying with Ron, torturing him and making it look like a ling, ferocious battle. She would not have had blood on her from the killer’s “fight with Ron.”
After Ron was killed, the killer went back to Nicole lying unconscious on the steps. Nicole had six stab wounds in her neck and skull, not counting the deep slit in her throat. She had several cuts on the palm side of her right hand (classic defense wounds) and no cut on the rest of her body. These cuts would have been sufficient to produce the amount of blood on the steps.
The number of Ron’s stab wounds is consistent with a rage killing and so is the extent of the final cut in Nicole’s throat – a cut so vicious that the blade nicked her vertebrae.
HOWEVER, Ron and Nicole were both hit in the back of the head before they were cut. If it were truly a rage killing it seems to me that the killer would not have hit them first but if he started by hitting them there would have been many more blunt force injuries because the killer would have kept on hitting them.
Also, Nicole’s body was meticulously posed before her throat was cut and the blood was deliberately moved around to make it flow over more of the walkway than it would have flown normally. Her watch was broken and placed under her body to make it appear that she broke it when she fell on it.
EVERYTHING in the crime scene was staged including the placement of the incriminating items bunched together at Ron’s foot.
Ron’s watch might have been actually broken against the tree while he was flailing around. In that case it would have shown the real time of death and the killer could not rest it to the time on Nicole’s watch (assuming he knew how) because TWO broken watches would have been too much of a coincidence. There were too many coincidence already. –Jasper