KIDS KILLED AT SPEEGLEVILLE
At Spence’s second trial, the Melendez brothers testified that the
teenagers were killed at Koehne Park and then transported in a pickup truck around Lake Waco and dumped in a remote area of Speegleville Park. The new blood-spatter evidence, which was a relatively unheard-of science at the time of the murders, indicated that the teenagers were killed where they were found, contradicting the testimony of the brothers.
Retired Oklahoma City Police Captain Tom Bevel did the analysis.
Bevel, considered one of the foremost US authorities in blood-spatter
analysis, studied the science at London’s Scotland Yard. After closely
reviewing crime scene and autopsy photos, as well as the autopsies
themselves, Bevel, concluded that the three teens were killed precisely where they were found. This makes perfect sense to Detective Salinas.”No blood was ever found at Koehne Park. In a crime where…
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