DIANE DOWNS: MURDERER OR VICTIM
YOU BE THE JURY
ANTIMONY AND BARIUM
Isaiah Chapter 41 Verses 10-13
The state said the shooter was well within the car. Not only would the shooter be covered with blood spatter, but they would have gunpowder in their hair, on their clothing and all over their exposed body.
The test for gun shot residue was negative: Antimony and Barium.pdf
Trace Metal Tests
To shoot someone, you have to hold the gun. Diane remarked that the police sprayed her hands with a substance on the night of the shooting. She said she had a small cut on her hand and the spray burned a little bit. She said they sprayed her hands until the substance dripped onto the floor. This is called a Trace Metal Test and the purpose is to determine whether or not you have held a gun. The Trace Metal Tests came back negative. Diane did not hold the murder weapon. She did not shoot her children. Police Officer Robert J. Antoine under direct examination said: "The spray that I used causes a discoloration of the skin , having a different color for different types of metals. That night I sprayed the defendant's hands or one hand and had a negative result. I didn't find any discoloration." Read it for yourself: Trace Metal Test.pdf
Gun shot residue and Blood Spatter
According to the prosecution the gun was held from 0 to 8 inches from each child when the shots were fired. The upper torso of the shooter would be covered with blood spatter and gunshot residue. Diane was not. You might wash your hands, but you can't wash it out of your hair and off your clothes. The Antimony and Barium report came back: "No significant amounts of Antimony and Barium were detected on these swabs. Therefore, it could not be determined if the subject had recently discharged a firearm." See: Antimony and Barium.pdf Did they check for gun shot residue or blood spatter (blow back)? You bet they did. According to the state the shooter was well within the car. Not only would the shooter be covered with gunshot residue in the hair and on the face, but it would be all over her clothes. Don't forget the blood spatter. The shooter would also be covered with blood spatter from the blow back, in the hair and on the clothes. Diane Downs did not have blood spatter or gun shot residue on her, but the shooter did. Diane did not shoot her children!!
There was no evidence she had held a gun, there was no blood spatter on her clothes BLOOD SPATTER and she had no gunshot residue on her hands, on her face, on her clothes or in her hair.
Where is the gun she was alleged to have used. The state spent 1,149 hours looking for it. See: GUN SEARCH
The ballistics didn't match either, but don't take my word, look at: BALLISTICS