Assistant District Attorney Greg Brown of North Carolina insists Jason Colbert\'s blood is screaming for justice.
In fact, it is the blood of the father of Limerick, the two children, who holds the key to the four children --
His murder of 2015 people was tried for a week.
The prosecution case in Davidson County depends entirely on indirect evidence.
The core of it is forensic science.
Pathologist Dr. Craig Nelson was able to reveal the terrible nature of the skull damage that Mr Colbert suffered in his bedroom at home
It blows so badly that it is enough to tear his skin and scalp.
He was hit by at least 12 metal baseball bats and concrete paving bricks
As many as four may have been maintained after his death.
The caregiver commented how \"cool\" his body was when they arrived within minutes of receiving a 911 call at 3 \".
August 2, 2015 two o\'clock A. M-
His wife, Molly Martens
Corbett (33) and his fatherin-
Law Thomas Michael Martens (67 years old) has deliberately delayed making emergency calls.
Prosecution has 14-
At the suggestion that the father and daughter were involved in a \"fake\" CPR attempt, the 911-minute call began.
But the whole trial revolves around the work of the crime scene examiner, Lieutenant Frank Young, and Dr. Stewart James, an expert on blood patterns.
Young Lt filmed and photographed the home of Panthers Creek in detail, as well as the people and clothes of the two MS Martens later.
Corbett, Mr. Martin.
The two were found completely uninjured at the scene.
Their clothes were full of blood and tissue from Mr. Corbett.
Father and daughter were also found to have little blood on their hands.
Although apparently 600 chest pumps were performed in the blood between them
Mr. Corbett\'s body was soaked on the bedroom floor.
Dr. James left behind a series of brutal blows in which the executives of jensboro packaging lost their lives.
Dr. James is a world.
He wrote an authoritative book on blood pattern analysis and served as a teacher and consultant around the world.
His research on Panthers Creek photos and Martens MS costumes
This was revealed by Corbett and Mr. Martens.
He found that it was probably the first blow that Mr Colbert had suffered, when he was either in bed or by the bed --
There is blood hitting the spatula on the quilt, and there is a blood saturation point on the skirting board of the box spring mattress.
Dr. James also found repeated blood impact splash marks on the wall, indicating that Mr. Colbert\'s head was hit when it dropped or dropped to the ground.
He found that on one occasion, Mr. Colbert\'s head was hit only a few inches away from the carpet.
A small metal League baseball bat in Louisville slu and a stone garden paving brick-
Stained with the blood of Limerick.
Every surface of the brick has Mr Colbert\'s blood.
The trial also heard one of the only revelations in the statement by Martens MS --
Corbett told Davidson County Sheriff officials on August 2 that she had put bricks on the bedside table.
Dr. James also confirmed what happened to Mr. Corbett.
Right on the bedroom floor at the door.
Mr. Colbert\'s face, arms, legs and torso, which were naked, also suffered blunt injuries.
He broke his nose.
According to Dr. James, the blood splash on the inside left hem of Mr Martens\'s boxer shorts indicates that he was standing above Mr Corbett when a punch was hit. In Ms Martens-
Corbett\'s chest, blood and tissue substances in the lower part of the pajamas indicate that she is right by his side when her husband may be on or near the ground and her head is hit.
This is a detailed analysis of blood staining and Dr. James was able to determine that a vacuum cleaner was moved on site
Because a dry blood mark on the jar was dripping under the action of gravity.
Interestingly, no recognizable fingerprints were found on the baseball bat, although it was soaked with blood.
In terms of what the jury was and what was not told about Molly Martens, the legal debate also proved to be critical --
And her marital status.
Judge David Lee ruled that the statement of the two children, Jack (10 years old) and Sarah (8 years old) of Mr. Corbett, issued in Lexington, North Carolina on August 2015, was not admissible, in the days after their father died
Martens MS\'s defense team
Corbett and Mr. Martens wished to acknowledge the statements in support of their contention that the young woman had acted in self-defense in August 2, when she was afraid of her husband.
However, the children were interviewed again in Ireland and, with the support of child psychologists and lawyers, made statements that contradict what they did in North Carolina.
Judge Li confirmed his advance.
The trial submission ruled that no statements were allowed to be made into evidence.
\"There is some evidence that both children have given up,\" he said . \".
The legal debate also revolves around an insurance policy about Mr. Colbert\'s life.
In the end, this was allowed as evidence and the juror was informed that Martens MS after Mr Corbett\'s death
Corbett became the main beneficiary of $600,000 (€ 510,000) expenditure.
Another crucial ruling was that Judge Li refused to use a statement called \"inflammatory and potentially misleading\" as evidence.
Mr. Martens\'s defense team wanted to introduce a statement that he recalled a conversation with Michael Fitzpatrick, who was the late Margaret Magus Fitzpatrick.
The young Limerick woman died of asthma in November 2006.
Mr. Martens said in a statement: \"Michael Fitzpatrick, the father of Jason Colbert\'s first wife (now dead), found me. . .
He believed it was Jason who killed his daughter Margaret.
The assistant district attorney, Ina Stanton, objected to the statement and said it was highly biased and inflammatory.
In addition, she noted that Mr. Fitzpatrick went to Ireland to find a lawyer and vowed that he had never said such a thing.
Mags Fitzpatrick\'s mother, Mary Ann, and her sister, Catherine, also issued a statement saying there was a \"love and caring relationship\" between Margaret and Mr. Colbert \".
Judge Li ruled that the statement should not be used as evidence.