Thursday, August 02, 2007
CLEVELAND — After more than five weeks of tests and investigation, a medical examiner said Wednesday she was unable to determine how a pregnant woman was killed. [Full story]
IN MY WORDS – From the minute we heard the words of a little boy Blake, “Mommy was crying. Mommy broke the table. Mommy’s in rug.”we were all caught up in what started out as a missing person only to become a horrific crime.
If we remember, when Cutts lead them to where Jessie’s body was buried they found it already decomposed more than what they would consider normal. They contributed it to the type of soil in that area which was mostly wet/damp.
Now the Medical Examiner is unable to determine HOW Jessie was killed and I have a feeling that’s what Cutts plan was to begin with.
If you have read this far, stick with me here and let me explain why I think they really waived their rights to the preliminary hearings.
1 – Cutts and Ferrell had so much cleaning products I think they used it not only to clean up any mess in the house and car but also on the body.
2- I think Cutts had a specific reason for burying Jessie where they did.
By burying Jessie where they did it put her body in an area where conditions were conducive to promoting decomposition along with the help of all the cleaning solutions. It put distance and time allowing the body more time to decompose.
I believe Cutts is relying on the decomposition to help his case. Why, because being a policeman he knows that a body can be so decomposed that it’s not only impossible to determine the cause of death but unable to determine how they were killed.
By waiving rights to preliminary hearings there would be no evidence released to the public prior to the case going before a Stark County grand jury.
I think it goes without saying both Bobby Cutts will be convicted of double homicide and felony however without the ME unable to determine the exact cause of death it could possibly have an affect as to what sentence Cutts will receive; life with/without parole, death, etc.
I think in the end Ferrall will be facing the same sentencing. With all the cleaning solutions she had, she had to be more involved other than obstruction of justice.
(Thanks for reading my thoughts, flagranny2 🙂
From Medical Examiner – [Summit County Medical Examiner Lisa Kohler ruled that the manner of death was a homicide but offered no other details in a news release. “Based on our examination of the remains, as well as consideration of supplemental laboratory testing and investigative findings, her cause of death will be listed as unspecified homicidal violence,” Kohler said.Investigators previously stated that the advanced decomposition of the body would make determining a cause difficult. The medical examiner’s office said its ruling was final and that it could not exclude any type of injury as causing Davis’ death.]