I watched part 1 last night. Spitz was featured in regards to explaining her cause of death, potential weapon, perp, etc...His opinion was that one of those big flashlights killed her. What was interesting and could possibly pertain to this case is that Spitz was challenged at this round table meeting by the Asian doctor (his name has slipped by me, sorry)--but the Asian dr says that there would be skin, blood, and hair found on the flashlight and there wasn't any. The main investigator goes on to say that the crime scene most likely would have had a lot of blood with a head wound like she suffered. We've heard that a lot--where's the blood? Spitz said with skull fractures there's plenty of times he's seen no blood bc of how elastic children's skin is so it doesn't burst open and bleed. The blood stays internal or there is a just a straight up broken skull with very little blood. Of course these three children had a lot more wounds than just head wounds but maybe there really wouldn't have been a lot of blood at the crime scene. I just thought it was interesting for those who believe the ditch area was also the general crime scene area. Watching part 2 tonight, who wants this done for the Wm3 case? I would love to watch multiple experts, while not working the defense, discussing every aspect of this crime.