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The point I tired to make is that ANYONE could have come in without being recorded on the log. It was to Vannatter’s advantage to log in if he intended to switch the samples.
The principle is the same as camouflage. If you can blend into the natural environment you can hide in plain sight. As someone who was authorized to be there Vannatter would have blended in and he would have known it.
The only advantage in not sighing in to avoid calling attention to himself would go to someone who was not authorized to be there. When you draw a profile of ALL the specific characteristics such a person would have to have you get one match, Mark Fuhrman.
Vannatter’s possession of O.J.’s blood sample outside of the lab, regardless of how suspicious it looks, doesn’t matter if the tested blood was planted IN the lab. It was.
Vannatter’s possession of Ron and Nicole’s blood samples don’t mean much to me, either, as far a planting blood in O.J.’s Bronco is concerned. Remember that here we’re talking about ONE DROP of blood, diluted and spread over a wide area. Vannatter had lots of blood in the vials he checked out. By checking them out he also created a record of when he got them and how long he kept them.
The best source of Ron and Nicole’s blood was all over the murder scene. Anyone who was there could have casually picked up enough of their blood to do the job without being noticed. Fuhrman was there. –Jasper