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If search warrants were obtained on the basis of false statements, what is the validity of the warrants and what is the validity of any material seized in or out of Westerfield's house? (read this page)
How could anybody say that Westerfield had a fair trial knowing that one of the main witnesses, Barbara Easton, never testified? How fair could a trial be without the testimony of all the identified witnesses?
Why were none of the witnesses ever asked any question about Barbara's exact whereabouts that night?
Since day one, media highly publicized this case; brainwashing everybody; distorting the truth as much as they possibly could. Why was media so discreet in never reporting anything concerning the life of the people involved in the case as they did in the Chandra Levy's case or any other murder case?
(e.g: questioning ex-boy friends, family, co-workers, hairdresser etc.)
Why did two cops attempt to visit Westerfield in jail after he was represented by counsel and been charged with murdering and kidnapping Danielle? How could anyone get away with so egregiously violating Westerfield's fundamental rights? What was the reason for visiting Westerfield if the prosecution was sure they had a strong case?
Why is the Van Dams testimony so contradictory? (see my page commenting on their testimony)
February 7th 2002 police confiscated Westerfield's jacket from the dry cleaner. Blood will be found on Westerfield's jacket on February 13th 2002 and one stain will be identified as Danielle's weeks later.
What happened to the jacket between February 7th and February 13th when a police expert SAW blood (with his eyes not with a microscope)?
Who, beside police, saw the blood on the jacket? At trial I saw a jacket with holes. Where are the photographs of the blood? Where is the blood?
There is a living witness to the crime. This witness will react in similar circumstances. This witness is Layla, the Van Dam's dog. If Westerfield entered the Van Dam's house at night, climbed the stairs, entered Danielle's room, kidnapped her and then walked home with her, why has no one put a reenactement of this night to see what the dog does, how the dog reacts? I hope this dog will live through the appeal.
Was the content of Danielle's journal examined?
Brenda Van Dam called police at 9:30 am on Saturday 2nd after having searched for Danielle. Police arrived shortly after the call. Did the Van Dams get together and decide not to speak to police about their lifestyle and not to relate the exact events happening the night of Danielle's disappearance, after calling police or before while searching for Danielle?
At what time was Danielle used to waking up every morning?
On February 2nd the whole family is awake between 7:00 am and 8:00 am but there is no sign of Danielle. Her father testifies having put her in bed between 10:00 and 10:30pm the night before. Is it normal for a 7-year old kid to sleep some 11 hours?
Is there anyone, beside parents, to testify about Danielle's "sleepwalking" habits?
Were the two other young kids ever questioned by a psychologist?
Are the pajamas found on Danielle's bedroom floor the pajamas she wore when put in bed that night?
Did Westerfield and the witnesses called to testify lie when he declares having danced with Brenda Van Dam?
Was the possibility of an insider crime examined?
Was Danielle's bedroom secured right after her disappearance to prevent contamination of any possible evidence of an insider crime?
The defense showed that the Van Dams used to bring total strangers into their home and lied about this side of their lifestyle. How do we know, who exactly was at the Van Dam's house the night of Danielle's disappearance?
We know who left, do we know if anybody the couple had invited came later that night?
Hair consistent with the Van Dam family dog was found in Westerfield's house and motorhome. Did Westerfield enter the Van Dam's house to kidnapp Danielle then, left with Danielle and their dog?
On February 16th 2002, Damon Van Dam is advised by police not to search the desert himself because crucial evidence uncovered may be contaminated as a result of his involvement with the case. Why did he go anyway?
A fingerprint of Danielle was found in Westerfield's motorhome. Why not any fingerprints of Westerfield, the owner of the RV?
Why did Brenda invite herself and her three kids into Westerfield's house two days before Danielle's disappareance?
Who inticed Westerfield to be at the bar the night of Danielle's disappearance?
Exactly seven days before Danielle's disappearance, similar circumstances occured: sexpals, garage, beer, pizza, bar, dance, Westerfield, etc. Was the night of Friday January 25th 2002 a rehearsal of the night of Friday Februray 1st?
Brenda Van Dam and Westerfield will meet three times: January 25th 2002, at the bar. January 28th 2002, at Westerfield's house. February 1st 2002, at the bar. First time is a coincidence (?), two others are not.
How did Brenda Van Dam manage to meet Westerfield three times in seven days? They were not acquaintances, she didn't even know his name after years of living in the same neighborhood and her comments obviously show she didn't like the man.